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The “King of the Indies” will without end reside within the “Indie Wrestling Corridor of Fame” come April — and his longtime tag staff accomplice would be the one to induct him. GCW named veteran indie star Christopher Daniels as the most recent inductee into its corridor of fame, because it started saying the second-ever class Wednesday. Daniels can be inducted by his former SCU accomplice Frankie Kazarian on April 2 in Los Angeles, California. Kazarian and Daniels gained the ROH World Tag Staff Championship and the TNA World Tag Staff Championship every twice of their careers.
Since his debut in 1993, Daniels has held the ROH World Championship and the ROH World Tv Championship, is a six-time NWA World Tag Staff Champion, and a three-time TNA X-Division Champion. He additionally as soon as held the IWGP Junior Heavyweight Tag Staff Championship with Bryan Danielson. He is at the moment the interim world champion for DEFY, whereas additionally the top of expertise relations backstage at AEW. Daniels has twice earlier than been inducted right into a corridor of fame, together with the Southern California Professional-Wrestling Corridor of Fame and the East Coast Wrestling Affiliation’s Corridor of Fame. GCW introduced the induction ceremony can be held at The Millennium Biltmore Resort, the place the annual WrestleCon occasion may even happen.
Final 12 months, GCW inducted Jerry Lynn, Murder, Dave Prazak, Lufisto, Tracy Smothers, and Ruckus into the corridor of fame as a part of its first annual class. Sean Waltman, CM Punk, Sonjay Dutt and others have been amongst these to present induction speeches. Following the announcement Daniels can be inducted as a part of the 2023 class, GCW shared another graphic that exhibits the six members of the 2022 class in addition to six silhouettes beneath, implying 5 extra individuals will probably be named alongside Daniels within the coming weeks.
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