“Praise” by Sevendust
Technician with alot of highrisk involved
Finishing Move Description:
Steele takes his opponent into a reverse ddt fashion, and then in one motion flipping his opponent around and driving him face first into the canvas.
Top Five Moves:
Top Rope Elbow Drop
Swinging Reverse Neckbreaker
Top Rope Knee Drop
Made his wrestling debut in 2000, Steven Steele floated around the indies until he made it big with Championship Wrestling Federation (CWF). From 2003 till 2005 Steele called CWF home. By the end of his run and within just one years time, Steele captured all three major Championships that were avaiable at the time between 2005-2006. Steven Steele ended his CWF career as a two-time former CWF Champion. Steele after 2006 went into retirement, and it wasnt until 2007 when he made a return to PHW to wrestle for his former boss Mr. Drew Carrig. After two months Steven Steele went back into retirement and with a 8 year career under his belt, Steven Steele feels he may have another run left in him.
“Praise” by Sevendust rips on to the lound speakers, wish a quick flash of blue pyro, Steven Steele makes his way onto the top of the stage. Steele looks around for a moment, and then makes his way down the asile way. Steele walks up the steel steps and enters the ring. He goes to the far turnbuckle and climbs to the top. Steele looks around with a smirk on his face and then turns around and sits down on the top turnbuckle and sits down, waiting for his opponent.