Steve Blackman

Biography: Steve Blackman became a pro-wrestler in 1986; his debut was in 1989 at Stu Hart's Stampede Wrestling promotion.
He then debuted for the WWF in 1997 as a "fan".
After that he had a brief feud against the NOD, with help from fellow wrestler, Ken Shamrock. In 1998, he competed in the company's one and only Brawl for All boxing tournament. He won, but had to withdraw due to an injury. He came back and thrust into a tag team with Al Snow and they were dubbed "Head Cheese" dues to Al's carrying around a styrofoam head. They were a crowd favorite, but eventually they went their separate ways. When that happened, Steve set his sights on the no retired WWF Hardcore title. It was defend 24/7 so he could challenge any guy who had it as long as he had a ref with him. They tried to make the title more hardcore by talking about Steve's lethal hand to hand combated styles. In 2001, he was put in yet another tag team with Grandmaster Sexay of Too Cool fame and they did not last
Steve Blackman became a pro-wrestler in 1986; his debut was in 1989 at Stu Hart's Stampede Wrestling promotion.
He then debuted for the WWF in 1997 as a "fan".
After that he had a brief feud against the NOD, with help from fellow wrestler, Ken Shamrock.
In 1998, he competed in the company's one and only Brawl for All boxing tournament. He won, but had to withdraw due to an injury.
He came back and thrust into a tag team with Al Snow and they were dubbed "Head Cheese" dues to Al's carrying around a styrofoam head. They were a crowd favorite, but eventually they went their separate ways.
When that happened, Steve set his sights on the no retired WWF Hardcore title. It was defend 24/7 so he could challenge any guy who had it as long as he had a ref with him. They tried to make the title more hardcore by talking about Steve's lethal hand to hand combated styles.
In 2001, he was put in yet another tag team with Grandmaster Sexay of Too Cool fame and they did not last long.
He let go in 2002 after creative had no more storylines for him, this was also while he was injured too.
He is semi-retired now.
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Steve Blackman's Scores

  • TV
Average career score: 50
Highest Metascore: 55 Bones: Season 1
Lowest Metascore: 45 Hidden Palms: Season 1
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 0 out of 2
  2. Negative: 0 out of 2
2 tv reviews

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