Professional wrestling career
Independent circuit (2004-2015)
Tischer first spent 11 years wrestling throughout the independent promotions of Germany and Europe. He debuted in 2004 under the name Axman, in his first match for East Side Wrestling. During the first 11 years of his career Tischer appeared in promotions including German Stampede Wrestling, European Wrestling Promotion, World Wide Pro Wrestling, Athletik Club Wrestling, Premier Wrestling League and the German Wrestling Federation. His fans strongly recall his seven-year tenure spent in Westside Xtreme Wrestling (wXw), where he became a one-time wXw Shotgun Champion and a one-time wXw Unified World Wrestling Champion, holding both titles separately for nearly a full year during each of his reigns. Other championships Tischer won during his successful career in Europe included East Side Wrestling's ESW Deutsche Meisterschaft Championship, German Wrestling Federation's GWF Berlin Championship and German Stampede Wrestling's GSW Breakthrough Championship and GSW Tag Team Championship. Between 2010 and 2014, Tischer won a total of six championships.
World Wrestling Entertainment / WWE
During 2015, Tischer signed with the WWE and joined its developmental program NXT. He debuted on June 18 under his real name, in a match won by TNA alumni Samoa Joe. Over the course of 2015, Tischer gained a loss record in singles matches and also spent some of his first year in battle royals. On August 7, Tischer debuted his new ring name of Alexander Wolfe
- See: SAnitY
During September, Wolfe had wrestled regularly as a tag team with Sawyer Fulton before both men were recruited into the ranks of the new stable SAnitY. Led by Eric Young and joined also by Nikki Cross, the group loosed themselves upon the NXT roster. On the December 15, 2016 edition of NXT, Wolfe and Eric Young representing SAnitY, wrestled a tag match won by Roderick Strong & TJ Perkins. Wolfe wrestled his final 2016 tag match, teaming with Irish pro wrestler Damo in defeating Heavy Machinery (Otis Dozovic & Tucker Knight).
On August 19, 2017 at NXT TakeOver: Brooklyn III, Wolfe & Eric Young defeated The Authors Of Pain (Akam & Rezar), to win the NXT Tag Team Championships. Team SAnitY lost the tag titles to the upstart team known as The Undisputed ERA (Bobby Fish & Kyle O'Reilly) during the November 29 NXT Tapings.
During the following year, Wolfe and Sanity team leader Eric Young joined the 2018 Dusty Rhodes Tag Team Classic Tournament. On February 2, they advanced in the first round after eliminating Riddick Moss & Tino Sabbatelli. On March 7, Wolfe and Young were eliminated in the semifinals by Pete Dunne & Roderick Strong. The following month on April 6 at WrestleMania Axxess, Wolfe and Young entered the NXT Tag Team Title Invitational, where they were eliminated in the first round by The Forgotten Sons (Steve Cutler & Wesley Blake). During May 16th-19th house shows, Wolfe wrestled his final NXT matches, losing all three consecutive title matches against the NXT Champion Aleister Black.
After the 2018 WWE Superstar Shake-up, with the exception of Nikki Cross, the rest of team Sanity were drafted to Smackdown. Wolfe and team SAnitY members debuted in their first match during the June 26 episode of SmackDown, where they lost to Jeff Hardy & The Usos (Jey Uso & Jimmy Uso). The following month Wolfe and team SAnitY returned for the July 10 episode of SmackDown, where they teamed with The Bludgeon Brothers (Harper & Rowan) in a massive ten-man tag match lost to The New Day (Big E, Kofi Kingston & Xavier Woods) and the reunited Team Hell No (Daniel Bryan & Kane). On July 15, Wolfe and team SAnitY wrestled during the Extreme Rules Kickoff in a Tables match, defeating The New Day. During the July 24 episode of SmackDown, Wolfe and SAnitY teammate Killian Dain entered a No. 1 Contendership Tournament for the SmackDown Tag Team Championship. They were eliminated in the first round by New Day members Big E & Xavier Woods. Wolfe and team SAnitY later met The New Day in a tag team rematch during the August 14 episode of SmackDown in which SAnitY lost. On September 9, team SAnitY entered a Tag Team Four-Way match against Karl Anderson & Luke Gallows, The Usos and the reigning SmackDown Tag Team Champions The New Day (Big E & Kofi Kingston). None of the challenging teams succeeded in winning the tag titles from The New Day on this occasion.
During the months of October and November, Wolfe spent much of his ring-time in house shows wrestling teams including Karl Anderson & Luke Gallows as well as against the The New Day. By the end of the year, Wolf returned to television during the December 25 episode of SmackDown Live, where he and Sanity member Killian Dain teamed with The Bar in an eight-man tag match against Karl Anderson, Luke Gallows & The Usos.
The following year, Wolfe returned to the ring during the January 20, 2019 WWE house show where he and Sanity member Eric Young teamed with Aiden English in a tag match against Karl Anderson, Luke Gallows & Shelton Benjamin. The following month, Wolfe returned to television during the February 5 episode of SmackDown live. Wolfe and Eric Young lost a dark tag match against team Heavy Machinery. They wrestled a second dark match before the start of the February 12 episode of SmackDown Live. During this, Wolf and Eric Young lost a rematch against Heavy Machinery.
- Finishing moves
- Cave Canem (Sit-Out Powerbomb)
- Death Valley Bomb
- Signauture moves
- Rear Naked Choke
- Shining Enzurigiri
- Multiple suplex variations
- Northern Lights
- Tag teams and stables
- Entrance themes