Appropriately on Halloween day, Danhausen formally announced that he has signed with Ring of Honor.
A video was released Saturday that began with a standard "Happy Halloween" message from ROH correspondent Quinn McKay, before shifting to Danhausen, who stood in a darkened setting. After wishing everybody a Happy Halloween, he delivered the announcement in his very Danhausen-ish manner.
"It would appear that Ring of Honor has finally hired Danhausen!" he said. "Now it's time for them to rue the day! Anyways, love that Danhausen! See ya soon, Ring of Honor!"
The announcement was followed by some "fine print", noting that in order to officially validate the contract, Danhausen has to win a match within the promotion before the close of 2020.
Danhausen debuted in ROH one year ago, losing a Television title match to Shane Taylor in Pittsburgh. He last wrestled for Ring of Honor in February, competing in a 20-man battle royal in Baltimore, for a shot at the World title. After the onset of the pandemic, Danhausen has wrestled in promotions such as Black Label Pro, Glory Pro, and AIW.