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 Who is Nigel McGuinness

Better known by his ring name Nigel McGuinness, is an English actor, professional wrestling commentator and retired professional wrestler currently signed to All Elite Wrestling (AEW). He is best known for work with Ring of Honor, Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (now Impact Wrestling), Pro Wrestling Noah and WWE.

He started his career in 1999 in the American independent circuit as Nigel McGuinness. He would begin to work with ROH in 2003. In 2005, he held the ROH Pure Championship for a record 350 days, eventually losing the title to Bryan Danielson in a unification match with Danielson’s ROH World Championship. He won the World Championship in 2007 and held the title for 545 days. From October 2009 to June 2011, Haworth wrestled for Total Nonstop Action Wrestling under the ring name Desmond Wolfe. This was his last run as an in-ring performer, as he retired in 2011 due to medical complications. He returned to ROH in August 2011 as a colour commentator and on-screen authority figure, but left in December 2016 and signed with WWE shortly after, working as a commentator for NXT and NXT UK.

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Steven Haworth (born January 23, 1976), better known by the ring names Desmond Wolfe and Nigel McGuinness, is an English retired professional wrestler.

As McGuinness, Haworth first gained notoriety working for Ring of Honor (ROH) in the United States and Pro Wrestling Noah (NOAH) in Japan. He was the longest reigning ROH Pure Champion, holding the title for 350 days, while also being a former ROH World Champion, holding the championship for 545 days and also making him the second English world heavyweight champion in professional wrestling history after Gary Steele.

In October 2009, he signed a contract with Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (TNA), where he worked as Desmond Wolfe until June 2011. The following August, again working as Nigel McGuinness, he returned to ROH to work as a color commentator. He retired from in-ring competition on December 17, 2011.

After being recommended by WWE lead commentator Michael Cole, on 15 December 2016, WWE announced that McGuinness had signed with the company as a commentator. McGuinness made his commentary debut at the WWE United Kingdom Championship Tournament on 14 and 15 January 2017, alongside Michael Cole. McGuinness became a colour commentator for NXT on 8 February episode, establishing himself as a “heel sympathizer”. On 4 September, McGuinness joined the 205 Live and Main Event commentary teams. In 2019 WWE released a documentary on McGuinness’ career entitled Chasing the Magic: The Nigel McGuinness Story on the WWE Network, that covered his full career from his early childhood fandom of wrestling to his success as a commentator for the company. On 28 May it was reported McGuinness had been furloughed during April as part of budget cuts stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic.[101] He returned on the 17 September episode of NXT UK alongside Andy Shepherd and the following night on 205 Live alongside Vic Joseph. McGuinness was released from WWE on October 22, 2022, ending his six year tenure with the company.

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