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Danhausen Wants The Ass Boys To Embrace Their Legacy Instead Of Causing A Ruckus

Danhausen doesn’t understand why The Ass Boys won’t embrace their leg-ass-y… er legacy.

The very nice, very evil Danhausen was this weeks guest on AEW Unrestricted with Tony Schiavone and Aubrey Edwards to discuss a wide variety of topics. When asked about how his friendship came together with Chris Jericho, Danhausen said it came about on social media thanks to his “fanhausens.”

“Oh, probably a few months before the cruise, Chris Judas discovered Danhausen via the fanhausens on Twitter,” Danhausen revealed. “He’s asking who should be a guest on his wonderful podcast. And they said Danhausen and he said there’s an open invite, and we started to text. Then he was invited on there and then later he got invited on the cruise where we met. That’s also where Danhausen’s satisfactionly friendship came from with Chris Judas.”

Danhausen then went on to explain the origins of The Ass Boys name that was bestowed upon The Gunn Club during the Jericho Cruise.

“Chris Jericho or Judas, whichever you may call him asked Danhausen to do a comedy show for some reason,” Danhausen said. “I don’t know why. But it’s like oh, well, I can invite Billy Ass, a legend. Also, by the way, that is not swearing. That’s his last name. He puts it on the back of his shorts, it says Mr. Ass. So he said, I’ll invite him, and then his little Ass Boys showed up too. They started to cause a ruckus. Then the crowd started chanting Ass Boys. They seem to have a terrible, terrible time with it for some reason they get really mad even though it’s their last name, they should just embrace their legacy. And yeah, you know, that was there. And then Danhausen also saved Chris Jericho on his own cruise. He was getting beat up by Chaos Project. They were causing chaos. Luthor and The Snake Man. And he came down the ramp the crowd erupted and he saved Chris Judas. So we’ve been friends ever since.”

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