In 1989, Callis began his professional wrestling career and debuted at West Four Wrestling Alliance. Later, he won the WFWA Canadian Heavyweight Championship on five separate occasions. Callis also wrestled for IWA, where he won the IWA Heavyweight Championship twice.
In 1996, Callis was signed with WWF but could not debut due to creative issues. In 1997, he made his debut as a member of The Truth Commission. The stable was unsuccessful and Callis formed another stable called The Parade of Human Oddities. In 1999, he left the company.
Independent Circuit (1999-2017)
After leaving WWF, Caliis wrestled on the independent circuit for a while before turning into an on-screen personality and commentator. Callis also worked as a backstage producer for various shows and became a color commentator for several international and national promotions.
Impact Wrestling (2017-2021)
In 2017, Callis became the co-executive vice president of the company. Later, he became a color commentator for the company. In 2020, he became an on-screen personality and began managing Kenny Omega. In 2021, they removed Callis as an executive president.
In December, Callis assisted Kenny Omega to win the AEW World Championship. Callis became Omega's manager and assisted him and The Young Bucks. In 2022, Callis made a return at Revolution and cut a promo.