“Dan the Man! Dan the Man!” fans at the Oceanview Pavilion chant lovingly at the man who has captured their hearts as well as the United Television Championship. That is the one and only Dan Joseph. With a grin on his face, the native of Buffalo, New York, steps into the ring ready to lock horns with anyone looking for a title shot. A True Hollywood Story.
As the first graduate of the United Wrestling Network International WrestleCenter, Dan had big shoes to fill. The rookie joined forces with experienced CWFH wrestler Todd Chandler to form the dance-crazed team Footloose. The duo was popular with fans, but fell short of championship aspirations. After Chandler and Dan parted ways, Joseph was recruited by Coach Flexo to join PAC 3. As a proven super-athlete, Joseph fit in well with Flexo’s team of like-minded jocks Dicky Mayer and Dylan Bostic. The unit was a success, becoming the longest-reigning United World Tag Team Champions at the time. It was obvious that Dan was breakout star of the bunch, now set to prove himself in singles competition.
Following a promising start in the Singles Division, Dan Joseph suffered an injury that sidelined him for many months. Doctors diagnosed him with a torn ACL with partial tears in his meniscus and medial meniscus. Where most wrestlers saw a disadvantage, Dan saw an opportunity. Possesing a talent for providing colorful descriptions of the world around him, Dan Jospeh found a new home at the commentary table. On both Championship Wrestling from Hollywood and Championship Wrestling from Arizona, Joseph made fans hang on his every word thorugh true sports analysis and undeniable charm. Before long, fans clammored for his return to the ring and Dan was happy to oblige.
The surgically repaired Dan Joseph attacked the United Singles Division like a man on fire. He began putting down opponents like Ty Matthews and Ray Rosas on his quest to prove himself as a bonafide commodity in the squared circle. There was one prize that Dan had his eyes on. One that he hadn’t challenged for in nearly five years: the United Television Championship. The man sitting on the television throne was one of the most decorated men in the United Wrestling Network, Royce Isaacs. HollywoodWrestling.com caught up with Dan Joseph to see just how he beat the captain of Jamie Iovine’s Upper Class to become Television Champion.
We can’t believe it and neither can @Yes_that_dan!
AND NEWWWW UNITED TV CHAMPION!
— Championship Wrestling (@CW30Wrestling) February 8, 2020