Dan Severn



Height: 6'2"

Weight: 250 lbs

Real Name: Dan Severn

DOB: 6/09 (I have seen 1952, 1954, and 1958 as the years)

Hometown: Coldwater, Michigan

Other Names: "The Beast"(WWF)

Wrestler Since: 1973

Finishing Maneuver: Belly-to-Belly Suplex, Beast Choker, Arm Bar

Previous PWI 500 Rankings: #97(1999), #44(1998), #82(1997), #47(1996), #35(1995), #332(1994), #389(1993)

Official Website: http://www.the-beast.com/

Other Related Websites:
Dan Severn - Obsessed With Wrestling Bio
Dan Severn - Wikipedia Bio

History: (Under Construction)

Pay-Per-View/Show Summary: (24 - 13, 1 DCO)
- UWFI Sumo Hall (December 20, '92) = Severn took down Yoji Anjoh.
- UWFI Budokan Hall (February 14, '93) = Severn beat Yoji Anjoh.
- UWFI Budokan Hall (May 6, '93) = Severn was forced to submit to Nobuhiko Takada.
- UWFI Budokan Hall (August 13, '93) = Severn & Gary Albright defeated Nobuhiko Takada & Kiyoshi Tamura.
- UWFI Shootfighting (October 4, '93) = Severn & Gary Albright were beaten by Salman Hashimikov & Vladimir Berkovich.
- UWFI Jingu Stadium (December 5, '93) = Severn & Gary Albright lost to Salman Hashimikov & Vladimir Berkovich.
- UWFI Budokan Hall (February 25, '94) = Severn & Gary Albright fell to Nobuhiko Takada & Naoki Sano.
- UWFI Shootfighting II (April 13, '94) = Severn was taken down by Masahito Kakihara.
- UWFI Budokan Hall (May 6, '94) = Severn & Billy Scott lost to Hiromitsu Kanehara & Yoshihiro Takayama.
- UWFI Budokan Hall (October 8, '94) = Severn & Kiyoshi Tamura beat Yoji Anjoh & Steve Nelson.
- UWFI Budokan Hall (November 30, '94) = Severn was taken out by Kiyoshi Tamura.
- UFC 4: Revenge of the Warriors (December 16, '94) = Severn took down Anthony Macias and Marcus Bossett, then lost in the finals to Royce Gracie.
- UFC 5: Return of the Beast (April 7, '95) = Severn defeated Joe Charles, Oleg Taktarov, and Dave Beneteau to win the tournament.
- SMW Charlotte Memories (May 20, '95) = Severn stayed the NWA World Heavyweight Champion, beating Bobby Blaze.
- UFC 6: Clash of the Titans (July 14, '95) = Severn lost to Ken Shamrock, who became the first UFC Heavyweight Champion.
- SMW Superbowl of Wrestling (August 4, '95) = Severn retained the NWA World Heavyweight Title, forcing Bobby Blaze to submit.
- IWA Kawasaki Dream (August 20, '95) = Severn kept the NWA World Heavyweight Strap, winning over Tarzan Goto.
- UFC The Ultimate Ultimate (December 16, '95) = Severn defeated Paul Varelans, Tank Abbott, and Oleg Taktarov to win the tournament.
- NWA 1st Annual Eddie Gilbert Memorial Brawl (February 3, '96) = Severn retained the NWA World Title, beating Al Snow.
- UFC 9: Motor City Madness (May 17, '96) = Severn won the UFC Superfight Title, beating Ken Shamrock.
- World Wrestling Peace Festival (June 1, '96) = Severn & Antonio Inoki defeated Oleg Taktarov & Yoshiaki Fujiwara.
- NJPW Sumo Hall (August 2, '96) = Severn pinned Yoshiaki Fujiwara.
- UFC 12: Judgment Day (February 7, '97) = Severn lost the UFC Superfight Title to Mark Coleman.
- NWA 2nd Annual Eddie Gilbert Memorial Brawl (April 12, '97) = Severn, as the NWA World Champion, fought to a Double Countout with Dory Funk Jr.
- NWA 3rd Annual Eddie Gilbert Memorial Brawl (February 28, '98) = Severn stayed the NWA World Heavyweight Champ, beating Franz Schumann.
- WWF King of the Ring Tournament (June '98) = Severn defeated D-Lo Brown and Owen Hart to make it to the PPV matches.
- WWF King of the Ring '98 (June 28, '98) = Severn was pinned by Rocky Maivia in the semi-finals of the KOTR tournament. Ken Shamrock won the tournament.
- WWF Brawl For All Tournament (June/August '98) = Severn defeated Kama Mustafa in the first round, but then withdrew from the tournament. Bart Gunn won the tournament.
- NWA 50th Anniversary Show (October 24, '98) = Severn kept the NWA World Heavyweight Title, taking down Steve Regal.
- WWF Royal Rumble '99 (January 24) = Severn competed in the Royal Rumble, which was won by Vince McMahon.
- UFC 27: Ultimate Bad Boys (September 22, '00) = Severn lost to Pedro Rizzo.

Title Summary:
- WWWA Heavywieght Champion (7/31/93 - 9/11/93)
- WWWA Heavyweight Champion(2) (8/01/94 - 10/22/94)
- WWWA Heavyweight Champion(3) (11/04/94 - 3/30/95)
- NWA World Heavyweight Champion (2/24/95 - 3/14/99)
- UFC Superfight Champion (5/17/96 - 2/07/97)
- NWA World Heavyweight Champion(2) (3/09/02 - 5/02)
- CFW Super Heavyweight Champion (??/??/??)
- WEC Super Heavyweight Champion (??/??/??)
- NWA United Kingdom Heavyweight Champion (??/??/?? - 2/18/06)

PWI Achievement Awards: (0 wins, 0 1st RUs, 0 2nd RUs, 1 3rd RU)
- 1995 Most Inspirational Wrestler, 3rd Runner-Up