Dan Jesser Athlete
Dan Jesser is a professional wrestler. Jesser made his debut with the then-World Wrestling Federation on June 25, 1996. He lost his debut match to Salvatore Sincere in a dark match at the Lacrosse Civic Center in Lacrosse, Wisconsin. Sincere hit his finisher - the Sincerely Yours - on Jesser and pinned him, giving Sincere the victory. Jesser would wrestle another match that night, this time against The Goon. The Goon crosschecked Jesser out of the ring, giving The Goon the countout victory. Jesser would continue to wrestle in the indys after leaving the WWF. In April 2000, while wrestling with the Minnesota-based New Order Wrestling, Jesser would lose via neckbreaker to J.R. The Body Double. In September 2000 while wrestling as a member of Saint Paul Championship Wrestling, Jesser would lose to Len "Lawless" Walker via double armbar.