AEW has a few stars on their injured list, but now Danhausen’s time on the shelf is over. The Very Nice, Very Evil One saw his return during AEW Dynamite this week as a Thanksgiving surprise.

Ringside News had complete coverage of AEW Dynamite’s November 22nd episode. It was quite a show, as they brought the action after Full Gear in Chicago.

During the November 22nd episode of AEW Dynamite, a six-man tag team match was set to take place, pitting Orange Cassidy, Hook, and Katsuyori Shibata against their opponents Daddy Magic, Cool Hand Ang, and Jake Hager.

The entrance music of Hook, followed by Katsuyori Shibata’s theme, signaled their arrival, and Orange Cassidy joined them as they made their way to the ring. Meanwhile, their opponents were already inside the ring, awaiting the match. Orange Cassidy then took the microphone and teased a Thanksgiving surprise, which led to the unexpected entrance of Danhausen, who made his way down to the ring to join the proceedings.


AEW advertised Danhausen’s return to television, but it didn’t happen. This led number of theories to start making their way across the internet wrestling community.

Danhausen has been in the rumor mill in a big way. He also had to publicly shut down the narrative that he has heat in AEW over selling bootleg merchandise. There is obviously no heat there, except for how hot Danuahsen’s pop was in Chicago.

It’s great to see Danhausen back, and it appears that he didn’t lose any steam at all. For more on this story, and so much more, please stay tuned with us here at Ringside News.

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