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Danhausen Hilariously Curses William Regal In Post-Dynamite Segment [VIDEO]

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After AEW Dynamite went off the air, Danhausen put a curse on William Regal with predictably hilarious consequences.

Since William Regal debuted in AEW and united the fighting brothers, Bryan Danielson and Jon Moxley, the Blackpool Combat Club have been a force to be reckoned with.

In the ring, Danielson and Moxley have become a formidable partnership, destroying whoever they step into the ring with, while William Regal has been carefully guiding his wrestling weapons of mass destruction. The trio recently added a third fighting member to their ranks, with a bloody-Wheeler Yuta being accepted into the fold on a recent episode of Rampage.

However, while all of that formidable firepower might be too much for most stars, Danhausen isn’t most stars.

After the April 13th edition of Dynamite went off the air, the Blackpool Combat Club were joined in the ring by AEW’s “very nice, very evil” resident demon.

With microphone in hand, Danhausen gave Regal an ultimatum. He would have have to hand over his suit or he would be cursed. The face painted star the comically demanded that the British legend hand over his shoes.

After initially looking completely bemused by what was in front of him, Regal shook his head, before being cursed as promised. To top off the surreal scene, Regal sold the curse with all of the camp humour and over the top theatrics that he could muster, yelling “Un-curse me you swine!” repeatedly.

With Regal barely able to stand up against the ropes, Wheeler Yuta fanned his mentor, while Danielson tried to reason with Danhausen who eventually agreed to lift the curse. Not that he was happy about it.

The April 13th episode of AEW Dynamite was headlined by the hard-hitting clash between Samoa Joe and Minoru Suzuki. In the end if was Joe who stand tall with the Ring of Honor World Television Championship. However, the new campion wasn’t left much time to celebrate before being attacked by a debuting Satnam Singh at the behest of Jay Lethal and Sonjay Dutt.