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Weight: 190 lbs.
From: East London
Finishing Move: The London Bridge
Combine British strong-style wrestling with a hooligan’s temperament and you get Danny Burch, one of the meanest, toughest grapplers in the U.K. The 14-year veteran is all too happy to rip off heads with his screaming European uppercuts or dent skulls with his right cross, never mind drop overwhelmed foes with a draping DDT known as the London Bridge.
Burch may be a familiar face to fans of NXT, having competed there full-time in 2013-2014. Though he has appeared sporadically inside the yellow ropes since then, bringing the fight to Superstars like Kevin Owens and Apollo Crews, the Londoner has continued to advance his already top-shelf game far and wide, competing against the best unsigned talent in the U.K., the U.S., Germany and beyond.