Dalton Castle is an American professional wrestler best known for his tenure in Ring of Honor. He is from New York, the United States.
Brett Giehl, better known by the ring name Dalton Castle, was born on March 4, 1986, in Albany, New York, the United States of America. He is 36 years old as of 2022. Regarding his family background, Dalton Castle has not revealed any information regarding his biological father, mother or siblings. Therefore, it is not known whether he has any siblings or not.
Regarding his educational background, Dalton Castle attended the Greece Athena High School. He holds a degree in communications and theatre. He has wrestled for over 10 years from middle school to college and represented the Greece Athena High School Trojans in 2003.
Dalton Castle won a varsity wrestling tournament in the 171-pound weight class in 2004. He was an amateur and NCAA wrestler. Castle went on to win a New York championship in Greco-Roman wrestling.
Dalton Castle competed three times on the NCAA All-State Team and was a well-known member of Team USA. Dalton Castle attained a second championship at the Beach National in 2010 where he won 1st place in the 215 lb division representing Livonia WC.
In 2009, Dalton Castle defeated Brett Mednik and Brandon Thurston in Next Era Wrestling held in The Auditorium Center in Rochester, New York. Returning to ESW in 2011, Dalton Castle and his partner Will Calrissian won the ESW Tag Team Championship by defeating The Rochester Wrecking Crew at ESW WrestleBash.
Dalton Castle is the second longest reigning IWC World Heavyweight Champion and has held the title for 406 days. He debuted in Ring of Honor in May 2013, at Dragon’s Reign. On June 23, 2017, Dalton Castle won his first title in ROH after he and The Boys defeated Bully Ray and The Briscoes for the ROH World Six-Man Tag Team Championship at Best in the World.
On December 15, Dalton Castle won the ROH World Championship at Final Battle after he defeated Cody. In 2015, Castle competed two nights for Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (TNA) on their television show Impact Wrestling. Pro Wrestling Illustrated ranked Dalton Castle No. 15 of the top 500 singles wrestlers in the PWI 500 in 2018.
Dalton Castle is also recognized for his time in Chikara, where he wrestled under the ring names Ashley Remington and Dalton Caroline Castle. In 2011, he worked as an emcee for WZNE in Rochester, New York where he interviewed fellow professional wrestler Kurt Angle.
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