One of Glass' appearances was when a local thief called SodaPop Smith tried to steal Mathias' TV from the garbage. To get revenge, Mathias, Grim, El Jefe Rojo, Lance Scaper and Whompis threw the thief into the ring and proceeded to beat him up. Mathias is often confused, somewhat in a rush, and always appears to be slightly annoyed. Mathias turned heel in the process for the first time in his gts career, after trying to make El Jefe Rojo take his mask off and betraying DF. Mathias turned back into a fan favorite in the process after winning the GTS United States Championship and apologizing to El Jefe Rojo for removing the mask, and once again a degeneration Fat member. Mathias turned back to heel after accepting money from Joe Wolf, and once again betraying Degeneration Fat For the 2nd time and joining the King's Keys to Chaos. On April 17, Glass successful retained the GTS United States Championship against Tommy Salami, after the match he apologized to Salami. Mathias turns into a tweener constantly switching from face to heel, similar to big show and mark henry's character changes. Mathias now shows up on GTS sporadically.. making his appearances far more special.
- Finishing Moves
- The Chosen People's Elbow (Running delayed high impact elbow drop, with theatrics) (Parodied from The Rock)
- Circumcision (Pumphandle Hip Toss, with theatrics)
- Dreidel Drop (Over the shoulder cutter, preceded by a spin and Jewish song)
- Signature Moves
- Jewish Leg Drop (Jumping Leg Drop preceded by performing a Jewish Dance)
- Oy-Bese Mode (Corner Splash with theatrics) (parodied from Grim)
- Menorah Punch (Double Fisted Overhand Punch) **Original Move**
- Hebrew Drop (Samoan Drop)
- World's Most Jewish Slam (World's Strongest Slam)
- "A Certified Jew and a Bona-Fide Mensch"
- "The Bully"
- "The Hasidic Outlaw"
- "The Koescher Killer"
- "The Master of the High Hat"
- "Mathias Ass"
- "The Mighty Schlep"
- "The Monster of Matzah"
Championships & Accomplishments Edit
- Fundraiser Wrestling
- Fundraiser Wrestling Heavyweight Champion (1 time, current)
- Bigger Better Wrestling Federation
- BBWF Primetime Champion (1 time, current)
- Pro Wrestling Illustrated
- Ranked No. 499 of the top 500 single wrestlers in the world in the PWI 500 in 2017