In his career, Rhino fought for some of the major US wrestling federations, including the World Wrestling Federation/Entertainment (WWF/E), Extreme Championship Wrestling (ECW), Total Nonstop Action (TNA) and Ring of Honor (ROH) .
In WWF/E he won the United States Championship once, three times the Hardcore Championship and once the SmackDown Tag Team Championship (with Heath Slater), while in TNA he once won the NWA World Heavyweight Championship.
On July 7, 2019, (whilst still under contract with WWE) he returned to TNA, now known as Impact Wrestling at Slammiversary XVII under disguise in all black and a black mask. At the event, he would surprise attack the villainous Michael Elgin, who at the time was attacking Impact commentator and Executive Vice-President Don Callis.
Following his release from WWE, he was then advertised for the August television tapings of Impact. On the July 26 episode of Impact, Rhino made his first Impact appearance since 2014, attacking Michael Elgin once again. Speaking on Talk is Jericho, he spoke about his recently-signed Impact Wrestling contract: “Oh, I’m excited.
Totally excited. I’m excited for wrestling, I’m excited for the wrestling fans. I’m excited to see what AEW does, I’m excited to see what WWE does. I’m really excited about Impact. I’ve signed for two years there. They allow me to do Indies too because it’s important to find new talent”.