American professional wrestler Christopher Daniels is a member of the WWE. Besides acting in movies, he now works as the Director of Talent Relations for All Elite Wrestling (AEW). Thanks to his work with TNA, ROH, and the independent scene, he has been the most prominent wrestler for a long time.
The male of 52 years of age. He is a professional wrestler from the United States now in semi-retirement time. Conquistador Dos, Suicide, The Fallen Angel, Daniels, Curry Man, Chris Daniels, and Christopher Daniels are all ring names he has used throughout his career as a professional wrestler under various guises.
Wrestler for Total Nonstop Action Wrestling in the United States, dubbed “The Fallen Angel.” According to horoscopes, Christopher Daniels is a fire sign, Aries.
Christopher Daniels Biography
Christopher Daniels’s birthday is March 24, 1970, and he was born in Kalamazoo, which is located in the state of Michigan. His family relocated to Fayetteville, North Carolina when he was only a toddler. Covell moved his family to Chicago, Illinois, after graduating from Methodist College with a degree in theater, hoping to begin a career in acting.
A fan of Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling since he was three years old. His childhood was spent in Fayetteville, North Carolina, and he received his education at Methodist College in the same city. He has a bachelor’s degree in theater from an accredited university.
Christopher Daniels Career
Daniels began his career as a professional wrestler at the beginning of the 1990s in the Chicago promotion known as Windy City Pro Wrestling. With Aaron Aguilera in 2000, he established Los Conquistadores as “Dos” and wrestled in the World Wrestling Federation.
On WWF Shotgun Saturday Night, they appeared as his persona Fallen Angel and attempted to challenge Taka Michinoku for the WWF Light Heavyweight Championship. However, he was unsuccessful in this endeavor.
Extreme Championship Wrestling and Xtreme Pro Wrestling (XPW) are two of the revolutionary wrestling promotion companies for which he has appeared in bouts (ECW). Covell successfully returned to TNA in the role of Suicide on January 31, 2011, during the filming of the Xplosion episode.
The promotion permitted him to return while he was still under contract to Ring of Honor, but they stipulated that he could not use the name Christopher Daniels until he fulfilled his agreement with Ring of Honor. He was given this authorization.
Suicide returned to Impact! on February 10. However, he was ultimately unsuccessful as he competed against Robbie E and Brian Kendrick in a match that was part of a tournament to determine the number one contender for the X Division title.
Christopher Daniels Net Worth
Their information indicates that Christopher Daniels has a net worth of $8 million. After obtaining instruction from Sam DeCaro, Mike Anthony, and Kevin Quinn, Daniels made his debut for Windy City Pro Wrestling in April 1993.
In his first bout, he and Titan were defeated by The Manson Brothers in a tag team competition (Ripper and Skull). After beating Trevor Blanchard the following month to win the WCPW Light Heavyweight Championship, he quickly followed that up by teaming up with Kevin Quinn to win the WCPW Tag Team Championship.
After competing for the World Wrestling Council in Puerto Rico, Daniels teamed forces with Kevin Quinn on October 22, 1995, and the two went on to win the WWC World Tag Team Championship by defeating Huracán Castillo, Jr. and Invader. After a month, the titles were taken away from them by The Canadian Glamour Boys.
Christopher Daniels Personal Life/Relationship
He has been married to Lisa, who works as a substitute teacher. Lisa was his love in college, and the couple has two children.
On March 24, 1970, in Kalamazoo, Michigan, they introduced the world to Christopher Daniels, a future professional wrestler. Professional wrestler Daniel Christopher Covell goes by the ring name Christopher Daniels.
He debuted in 1993 and rose to prominence during his time with Ring of Honor and Total Nonstop Action promotions. In 1993, he made his first appearance in the public eye. In the wake of his time with WWE, he joined the World Wrestling Federation and WCW.
He joined All Elite Wrestling in 2019 and has been their Head of Talent Relations ever then, per the terms of their contract. He has won something in the neighborhood of 20 wrestling championships from various outfits.