Thrasher made a number of appearances for the World Wrestling Federation in the early 1990s including a losing effort against Marty Jannetty on the second ever episode of Raw, competing under his given name as an enhancement talent.
Thrasher and Mosh debuted in the World Wrestling Federation on the November 24, 1996 episode of Superstars as the Headbangers. The Headbangers were a team that portrayed a pair of metal fans and were known for their outrageous costumes, which usually featured nose rings and kilts. They captured the vacant WWF World Tag Team Championships on September 7, 1997 by defeating three other teams in a four team tag match at Ground Zero. They lost the titles to The Godwinns on October 5 of that same year.
The Headbangers split in 1999 when Thrasher suffered a knee injury and Mosh began pursuing a singles career, but reformed in late 1999 on the October 10 edition of Sunday Night Heat. Shortly thereafter the two began appearing regularly as a team again, but were now heels and inexplicably came to the ring wearing cone brassieres which they wore while they wrestled.
In 2000, Thrasher took part in the match for the Hardcore Championship at WrestleMania 2000. He held the title for 37 seconds, pinning Joey Abs and then being pinned by Pete Gas. After the Headbangers split for the second time and Mosh went on to team with D'Lo Brown, Thrasher continued to wrestle in singles competition mainly on WWE Jakked and was released from the WWF later that year.
On August 26, 2016 it was reported that Mosh and Thrasher would return to WWE. They lost their return match to Heath Slater and Rhyno on the August 30, 2016 edition of SmackDown. They would then go on to lose to The Usos in November, as well as in a 16-man tag match on the November 15 episode.