Danhausen Thanks 'Tony Elite' For 'Slaying Dave Honor,' Alludes To Getting Teeth From Britt Baker

RJ City’s ‘Hey! (EW)’ is off to… a start, that's for sure. Whether it's a good start or not, that's subjective.

RJ City’s first guest for his new Sunday Morning Show which posts at the crack of dawn was Danhausen. Almost immediately, things were off to a rough start. As it turns out, RJ City had no notes for a Danhausen episode of the show, but that didn't matter because that allowed fans to learn more about the beloved character.

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“Ever slap a tornado?” RJ asked, referencing Matt Hardy's WWE theme song, in what is likely a question for Matt Hardy.

“No, that's true! I have done that,” said Danhausen. “It was all right. I spun around. Bill Paxton was there, Helen Hunt was there, it was a wonderful time, let's continue onward.”

That is definitely a memory of Danhausen’s and not at all the plot of the 1996 movie, “Twister.”

Danhausen also revealed that he is a technical master's, and a ghost of wrestling's past. Asked what his favorite technical move is, Danhausen said it’s a pin.

“You win with a pin. 1-2-3. You collect your money, your championships. You go home,” he said.

RJ tried to ask whether or not he prefers to hook one leg or two and that, of course, led Danhausen to say “SEND HOOK!”

RJ, the consummate professional, asked whether or not HOOK hooks his own leg and Danhausen suggested that HOOK’s finishing move should just be a pinfall. All of HOOK’s matches have ended via submission.

Asked about his obsession with teeth and where he gets his teeth, Danhausen claimed it was a secret but gave some context clues.

“That is a secret,” Danhausen said while doing Britt Baker’s 'D.M.D.' taunt. “We do not discuss that here. Danhausen was yelled at by her.”

Asked about Ring of Honor and his former nemesis, Dave Honor, Danhausen was very grateful for Tony Khan’s purchase of his former place of employment.

“Tony Elite slayed him for Danhausen! Thank you, Tony,” Danhausen said before abruptly ending the show with a very frustrated RJ City, likely wondering to himself why he decided to ask for his release from the AWA.

You can see the full episode embedded above.

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