15 Facts About Stevie Ray


Stevie Ray is best known for his seven-year tenure with World Championship Wrestling from 1993 to 2000, where he was one-half of the tag team Harlem Heat, with his younger brother Booker T Huffman, better known as Booker T They won the WCW World Tag Team Championship record ten times.


Stevie Ray began teaming with his brother as Stevie Ray in a tag team called The Ebony Experience for the Global Wrestling Federation, which was on ESPN.


Stevie Ray then went on to win the GWF North American Heavyweight Championship in 1993.


Stevie Ray then engaged in a short feud with Chavo Guerrero Jr.


Stevie Ray would be offered a spot in nWo Hollywood, but was hesitant at first.


Not long after, Stevie Ray won the leadership role in a 4-man battle royal on the April 5,1999, episode of WCW Monday Nitro, defeating Horace Hogan, Brian Adams, and Vincent.


Stevie Ray resented her help and started disputing with Booker over her.

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Stevie Ray eventually challenged Midnight in a match that would decide whether or not she would stay with Harlem Heat.


Stevie Ray then retired from in-ring competition to become a color commentator for WCW Thunder.


Stevie Ray came back for one more WCW match for the WCW World Heavyweight Championship against Scott Steiner on the November 27,2000, edition of WCW Monday Nitro, which he lost.


On February 21,2015, Booker T and Stevie Ray reunited as Harlem Heat for one last match at Booker T's promotion, Reality of Wrestling's "The Final Heat" event, where they defeated the Heavenly Bodies for the ROW Tag Team Championship.


On May 16,2015, Stevie Ray won the WildKat Heavyweight Championship defeating Shane Taylor.


Stevie Ray dropped to title back to Taylor on November 14,2015.


On March 30,2016, Stevie Ray debuted a new weekly radio talk show, Straight Shooting with Stevie Ray which airs on KCOH radio 92.9 FM HD2 every Wednesday.


Stevie Ray is the host of the podcast Stand Up for Greatness.