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Hatfield on the shoulders of Mark Angelosetti
|Professional wrestling career|
|Ring name(s)||Dasher Hatfield|
MosCow the Communist Bovine
|Billed height||6 ft 0 in (1.83 m)|
|Billed weight||218 lb (99 kg)|
|Billed from||Soviet Russia|
Hoboken, New Jersey
Professional wrestling career
Hatfield debuted for Chikara at King of Trios 2007 in Barnesville, Pennsylvania under the ring name Create A Wrestler in which he lost to Chuck Taylor. The premise of the Create-A-Wrestler gimmick was that he didn't have a defined character and the fans would get to suggest ideas for gimmicks for him. Because his identity was entirely up to the fans, he was billed from "Wherever You Want!" After having brief runs as MosCow the Communist Bovine and Ultimo Breakfast, he was reintroduced at Chikara Young Lions Cup VII as Hatfield, a wrestling baseball player. Hatfield formed a tag team called the Throwbacks with fellow Chikara superstar Sugar Dunkerton, a wrestling Basketball player, who in 2011 failed to capture the Chikara Campeonatos de Parejas. Hatfield then joined Mark Angelosetti to form the new Throwbacks and successfully captured the Campeonatos De Parejas belts from Jigsaw & The Shard in 2014 until December where they lost the belts to The Devastation Corporation at Tomorrow Never Dies.
Hatfield was named one of the ten team captains for Chikara's Challenge of the Immortals tournament. Hatfield picked Mark Angelosetti, then-Chikara Grand Champion Icarus and Chikara Young Lions Cup Champion Heidi Lovelace. This team would be named "Dasher's Dugout".
Championships and accomplishments
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