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Christopher Daniels


Also known as Daniels, Fallen Angel, Curry Man, Suicide, Conquistador Dos

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# Date Promotion Match Event type
1 03.07.2001 World Wrestling Entertainment Dark: Essa Rios defeats Christopher Daniels (4:18)
WWF Sunday Night Heat #152 @ Tacoma Dome in Tacoma, Washington, USA
Dark Match
2 18.06.2001 World Wrestling Entertainment Kai En Tai (Funaki & Taka Michinoku) defeat Christopher Daniels & Scoot Andrews (4:25)
WWF Jakked #95 @ Ice Palace in Tampa, Florida, USA
3 22.05.2001 World Wrestling Entertainment Dark: Frankie Kazarian & Nova defeat Christopher Daniels & Mikey Henderson
WWF Sunday Night Heat #146 @ Arrowhead Pond in Anaheim, California, USA
Dark Match
4 21.05.2001 World Wrestling Entertainment WWF Light Heavyweight Title: Jerry Lynn (c) defeats Christopher Daniels (4:36)
WWF Jakked #91 @ San Jose, California, USA
5 17.10.2000 World Wrestling Entertainment Dark: Christopher Daniels defeats Aaron Aguilera
WWF Sunday Night Heat #115 @ Gund Arena in Cleveland, Ohio, USA
Dark Match
6 16.10.2000 World Wrestling Entertainment Dark: K-Krush defeats Christopher Daniels
WWF Jakked #60 @ Joe Louis Arena in Detroit, Michigan, USA
Dark Match
7 09.10.2000 World Wrestling Entertainment Dark: K-Krush defeats Christopher Daniels
WWF Jakked #59 @ Arrowhead Pond in Anaheim, California, USA
Dark Match
8 02.11.1999 World Wrestling Entertainment Dark: Christopher Daniels defeats ???
WWF Sunday Night Heat #66 @ First Union Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
Dark Match
9 14.03.1999 World Wrestling Entertainment Droz defeats Christopher Daniels
WWF Shotgun Saturday Night @ Centennial Garden Arena in Bakersfield, California, USA
10 15.09.1998 World Wrestling Entertainment Too Much (Brian Christopher & Scott Taylor) defeat Christopher Daniels & The Suicide Kid
WWF Shotgun Saturday Night @ Arco Arena in Sacramento, California, USA
11 28.07.1998 World Wrestling Entertainment Dark: Christopher Daniels defeats Minoru Tanaka
WWF Shotgun Saturday Night @ Sports Arena in San Diego, California, USA
Dark Match
12 01.06.1998 World Wrestling Entertainment Kai En Tai (Dick Togo & Sho Funaki) defeat Christopher Daniels & Steve Boz
WWF Shotgun Saturday Night @ Rosemont Horizon in Chicago, Illinois, USA
13 17.03.1998 World Wrestling Entertainment ???, Aguila & Taka Michinoku defeat Brian Christopher, Pantera & The Fallen Angel
WWF Shotgun Saturday Night @ Convention Center in Tucson, Arizona, USA
14 20.01.1998 World Wrestling Entertainment Dark: The Irish Assassin defeats Christopher Daniels
WWF Shotgun Saturday Night @ Recreation Hall in David, California, USA
Dark Match
15 19.01.1998 World Wrestling Entertainment Dark: Mick Tierney defeats Christopher Daniels
WWF Shotgun Saturday Night @ Selland Arena in Fresno, California, USA
Dark Match
Latest comments of the CAGEMATCH inmates
prowrestlingisreal wrote on 30.06.2016:
[10.0] "The most underrated talent in the whole world, putting good matches and promos for the most of his great career, still bothers me that he was never a world champion"
skranser wrote on 04.05.2016:
[4.0] "Algo sobrevalorado para mi gusto. Aunque ha tenido una carrera muy longeva con muy buenos combates, tiende a buscar más un combate con muchos highspots que un combate con buena psicología o contar una historia en el ring."
Alessio wrote on 10.04.2016:
[10.0] "He is one of my favorite of all time, he can do it all, charismatic, funny and entertaining outside the ring he also is excellent in the ring, always fast paced and quite aerial, but he can do powerful moves too. He always finds a way to be original in what he do. Add to this the fact that he still seems to be in good shape at 46 make him an amazing performer. Really sad he never have been world champion, I think this make him very underated."
NastyYaffa wrote on 12.03.2016:
[8.0] "Chris Daniels has been putting on quality matches & promos for a loooong time now. He's damn good on the mic, he's a great heel and he's really good in the ring."
Moose Nugget wrote on 28.02.2016:
[10.0] "It amazes me that Christopher Daniels is still going the way he is at his age. His tag team with Frankie Kazarian was one of the most entertaining acts at the end of his run in TNA. He stills cuts good promos it's just he does it less often and ROH doesn't do the same type of goofy promos you'd see in TNA. It seems like he's good as he ever was in the ring."
JMTheBadOne wrote on 21.11.2015:
[7.0] "Christopher Daniels is an elite tag and mid-card wrestler for the national/secondary-level promotions. Daniels got off to a successful start Chicago's Windy City promotion in an effort to advance his acting career. Daniels then caught on with the WWC and parlayed that into a reign with the WWC Tag Team Championship (alongside Kevin Quinn as International Males. ) As the Attitude Era came to it's apex, Daniels spent much of his time working as a preliminary talent for WWE, WCW, and ECW whenever he wasn't working in the indies. Daniels got is break in 2002; catching on with New Japan, ROH, and TNA shortly after. In New Japan, Daniels establish himself as the comedic Curry Man and subsequently earned the IWGP Junior Heavyweight Championship alongside American Dragon/Daniel Bryan. In the US, Daniels went back and forth between TNA and ROH regularly between 2002-2013: Becoming an eight-time TNA/NWA-TNA Tag Team Champion (three times with Low-Ki and Elix Skipper as XXX, twice with current partner Kazarian, twice with AJ Styles, and once with James Storm), a four-time TNA X-Division Champion (once under the Suicide persona), a two-time ROH Tag Team Champion (with Donovan Morgan and Matt Sydal, respectively) and a ROH World Television Champion. Daniels returned to ROH permanently in 2014 and earned the ROH's Tag titles again with Kazarian. Even in age, Daniels is still well-conditioned and should be considered as one of the best active tag wrestlers in the world."
letsgeweirdBAYBAY wrote on 02.10.2015:
[10.0] "Christopher Daniels is a true living legend. He deserves to be lumped in with such names as Sting, Ultimate Warrior, and even Hogan. If you watch one of his matches tomorrow he will be just as athletic, just as charismatic, and just as GREAT as when he was in his so called prime. Truth is, Daniels is ALWAYS IN HIS PRIME. He has endurance for days, he makes himself and anyone that he shares the ring with look amazing, he is so good its perplexing. Christopher Daniels always has and always will make his way into my top 3 lists... He is MY LEGEND. Hulk who?"
DanTalksRasslin wrote on 20.09.2015:
[10.0] "An ageless wonder, at age 45 Daniels can still move and wrestle as well as he did two decades ago, and shows no signs of slowing down. Aside from master-level mat skills and high-flying acumen, he's also an extremely charismatic mic-worker and can generate heat whether he's doing serious or comedic promo work. One of ROH's founding fathers, and probably the best wrestler to have had lengthy runs with both ROH and TNA without holding either company's World Title. In recent years he's settled into a role as a tag specialist alongside Frankie Kazarian as half of Bad Influence/The Addiction, and has held the tag straps in both TNA and ROH as well as tearing it up on the indies."
Mizzle Assault Ant wrote on 21.08.2015:
[10.0] "45 years old and still amazing, I have been absolutely wowed by this guy for over a decade now. Daniels is truly great in the ring and also has shown utterly fantastic character work in the past several years. Bad Influence, one of the best teams in the world!"
TrevPuroFan wrote on 25.07.2015:
[9.0] "One of the founding fathers of Ring Of Honor alongside Bryan Danielson & Low Ki. Truly disappointing TNA never gave him a World Title run. He's 46 and still wrestles like he's 30. Still hope he wins the ROH World Title before he hangs it up. One of the most underrated ever."

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Number of comments: 156
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Average Rating: 8.90
Average in 2016: 9.15
Average in 2015: 9.42
Average in 2014: 9.06
Average in 2013: 9.37
Average in 2012: 9.29
Average in 2011: 8.33
Average in 2010: 8.47
Average in 2009: 8.57
Average in 2008: 8.83
Average in 2007: 8.68

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