Brian Christopher

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Title History

  • USWA Texas Heavyweight title defeating Tom Prichard (Febuary 10, 1992);
  • USWA Southern Heavyweight title defeating Jimmy Valiant (March 23, 1992);
  • USWA Southern Heavyweight title defeating Tom Prichard for vacant title (May 4, 1992);
  • USWA Southern Heavyweight title defeating Tom Prichard (July 20, 1992);
  • USWA Southern Heavyweight title defeating Tom Prichard (August 3, 1992);
  • USWA Southern Heavyweight title defeating Reno Riggins (September 21, 1992);
  • USWA Southern Heavyweight title defeating Jeff Jarrett (January 11, 1993);
  • USWA World Tag Team titles w/Big Black Dog defeating Moondogs (Splat and Spot) (March 8, 1993);
  • USWA World Tag Team titles w/Scotty Flamingo defeating Moondogs (Splat and Spot) (March 22, 1993);
  • USWA Southern Heavyweight title defeating Jeff Jarrett (May 1, 1993);
  • USWA World Tag Team titles w/Jeff Jarrett defeating Red Knight and Jerry Lawler [Tournament] (October 25, 1993);
  • USWA World Tag Team titles w/Jeff Jarrett defeating Rex Hargrove and Koko B. Ware (November 8, 1993);
  • USWA Heavyweight title defeating Buddy Landell (December 5, 1993);
  • USWA Heavyweight title defeating Doug Gilbert (Febuary 14, 1994);
  • USWA Heavyweight title defeating Doug Gilbert (Febuary 28, 1994);
  • USWA Heavyweight title defeating Eddie Gilbert (March 19, 1994);
  • USWA World Tag Team titles w/Eddie Gilbert defeating The Eliminators [Tournament] (April 23, 1994);
  • USWA Heavyweight title defeating Doug Gilbert (May 9, 1994);
  • USWA Heavyweight title defeating Dream Machine (July 11, 1994);
  • USWA Heavyweight title defeating Tommy Rich (December 5, 1994);
  • USWA Heavyweight title defeating Tommy Rich (December 31, 1994);
  • USWA Heavyweight title defeating Doug Gilbert (May 29, 1995);
  • USWA Heavyweight title defeating Billy Jack Haynes (September 11, 1995);
  • USWA Heavyweight title defeating Jesse James Armstrong (October 23, 1995);
  • USWA Heavyweight title defeating Tex Slazenger (November 27, 1995);
  • USWA Heavyweight title defeating Tommy Rich (Febuary 14, 1996);
  • USWA Heavyweight title defeating Jerry Lawler (June 1, 1996);
  • USWA World Tag Team titles w/Wolfie D defeating Jamie and Bill Dundee (October 21, 1996);
  • USWA Heavyweight title defeating Ric Hogan (November 18, 1996);
  • USWA Heavyweight title defeating Wolfie D (January 2, 1997);
  • USWA Heavyweight title defeating Spellbinder (March 29, 1997);
  • NWA North American Tag Team titles w/Spellbinder defeating Reno Riggins and Steven Dunn (Febuary 20, 1999);
  • WWF World Tag Team titles w/Scotty Too Hotty defeating Christian and Edge (May 29, 2000);
  • PPW (Memphis) Televison title defeating Rodney (Febuary 21, 2001);
  • HPW (Hoosier Pro Wrestling) Tag Team titles w/Doug Gilbert defeating Austin James and T.J Powers (July 14, 2001);
  • NWA (Mississippi) New South Heavyweight title defeating Doug Gilbert (August 24, 2004);
  • UCW (Ultimate Christian Wrestling) Tag Team titles w/Billy Jack defeating The Apocalypse (October 27, 2007);

Career Highlights

In The Beginning

  • Brian Christopher is the son of Memphis legend Jerry Lawler, but has managed to keep out of the shadow of “The King”.
  • Brian Christopher (as Nebula) formed a masked tag team with Tony Williams (as Quazar) known as “The Twilight Zone”.
  • March 8, 1993: Brian Christopher and Big Black Dog defeated The Moondogs for the USWA Tag Team titles.
  • September 25, 1993: Jimmy “Superfly” Snuka defeated Brian Christopher in New York at Madison Square Garden.
  • June 6, 1994: Troy Graham defeated Brian Christopher for the USWA Southern Heavyweight title.
  • June 1, 1996: Brian Christopher defeated Jerry Lawler for the USWA Southern Heavyweight title.
  • June 14, 1997: Billy Joe Travis defeated Brian Christopher for the USWA Southern Heavyweight title.

World Wrestling Federation

  • Brian Christopher was signed by the WWF to help kickstart the Light-Heavyweight division.
  • In Your House – Degeneration X: Taka Michinoku defeated Brian Christopher in the finals of a tournament to win the LHW title.
  • February 9, 1998 – RAW: Brian Christopher and El Pantera defeated Taka Michinoku and Mr. Aguila.
  • March 9, 1998 – RAW: Mr. Aguila defeated Brian Christopher by DQ.

World Wrestling Federation – Too Hot

  • Brian Christopher formed a tag team with his cousin, Scott Taylor known as Too Much.
  • June 28, 1998 – King of the Ring: Too Much defeated Al Snow and Head with Jerry Lawler serving as the special guest referee.
  • August 17, 1998 – RAW: Gangrel defeated Brian Christopher.
  • Survivor Series 1998: Too Much defeated The Hardy Boyz in a dark match.
  • August 22, 1998 – Shotgun Saturday Night: Bob Holly defeated Brian Christopher.
  • August 30, 1998 – HEAT: Scott Taylor and Brian Christopher defeated The Legion Of Doom.
  • September 19, 1998 – Shotgun Saturday Night: Val Venis defeated Brian Christopher.
  • October 25, 1998 – HEAT: Light-Heavyweight Champion Christian defeated Brian Christopher.
  • December 13, 1998 – HEAT: Kevin Quinn defeated Brian Christopher.
  • December 20, 1998 – HEAT: Kevin Quinn and Brian Christopher defeated The Hardy Boyz.
  • December 26, 1998 – Shotgun Saturday Night: Skull and 8-Ball vs. Brian Christopher and Kevin Quinn ended in a Double DQ.
  • January 2, 1999 – Shotgun Saturday Night: The Blue Meanie vs. Brian Christopher ended in a Double DQ.
  • January 9, 1999 – Shotgun Saturday Night: The J.O.B. Squad defeated The Hardy Boyz and Brian Christopher and Kevin Quinn.
  • February 14, 1999 – St. Valentine’s Day Massacre: Too Much defeated The Hardy Boyz in a dark match.
  • February 20, 1999 – Shotgun Saturday Night: Skull and 8-Ball and Too Cool defeated Golga and Kurrgan and Giant Silva.
  • March 27, 1999 – Shotgun Saturday Night: The Acolytes and Mideon and Viscera defeated Skull and 8-Ball and Too Cool.
  • May 23, 1999 – HEAT: Meat (Shawn Stasiak) defeated Grandmaster Sexay.
  • November 11, 1999 – Smackdown!: Grandmaster Sexay defeated Jeff Hardy.
  • November 20, 1999 – Jakked: Grandmaster Sexay defeated Edge.
  • January 2, 2000 – HEAT: Headbanger Mosh defeated Grandmaster Sexay.
  • Late 1999: Brian Christopher underwent surgery to repair a torn ACL.

World Wrestling Federation – Too Cool

  • Brian Christopher changed his name to Grandmaster Sexay and Scott to Scotty Too Hotty, and they became known as Too Cool.
  • Survivor Series 1999: Too Cool and The Holly Cousins beat Edge and Christian and The Hardy Boyz.
  • February 7, 2000 – RAW: HHH/X-Pac/Malenko/Saturn/Benoit vs Cactus Jack/Rock/Rikishi/Too Cool (NO CONTEST).
  • February 27, 2000 – No Way Out: Too Cool and Rikishi defeated Perry Saturn and Dean Malenko and Chris Benoit.
  • April 17, 2000 – RAW: Scotty Too Hotty defeated Dean Malenko for the Light Heavyweight title!
  • May 18, 2000 – Smackdown!: Grandmaster Sexay defeated Christian.
  • May 21, 2000 – Judgment Day: Too Cool and Rikishi defeated Edge and Christian and Kurt Angle.
  • May 29, 2000 – RAW: Too Cool defeated Edge and Christian to win the Tag Team titles!
  • June 15, 2000 – Smackdown!: Edge defeated Grandmaster Sexay in a KOTR qualifying match.
  • June 22, 2000 – Smackdown!: Grandmaster Sexay defeated Christian.
  • July 27, 2000 – Smackdown!: Tazz defeated Grandmaster Sexay.
  • August 3, 2000 – Smackdown!: Road Dog defeated Grandmaster Sexay.
  • September 3, 2000 – HEAT: The Goodfather defeated Grandmaster Sexay.
  • January 6, 2001 – Jakked: Dlo Brown defeated Grandmaster Sexay.
  • February 25, 2001 – HEAT: Light-Heavyweight Champion Dean Malenko defeated Grandmaster Sexay.
  • March 3, 2001 – Jakked: Christian defeated Grandmaster Sexay.
  • March 4, 2001 – HEAT: Justin Credible defeated Grandmaster Sexay.

World Wrestling Federation – Grandmaster Sexay and Steve Blackman

  • Early 2001: Steve Blackman tagged with Grandmaster Sexay after Scotty Too Hottie suffered an ankle injury.
  • March 15, 2001 – Smackdown!: Steve Blackman and Grandmaster Sexay defeated Bull Buchanan and The Goodfather.
  • March 19, 2001 – RAW: X-Pac and Justin Credible defeated Steve Blackman and Grandmaster Sexay.
  • March 22, 2001 – Smackdown!: X-Factor defeated Grandmaster Sexay and Steve Blackman and K-Kwik.
  • April 1, 2001 – HEAT: Grandmaster Sexay and Steve Blackman defeated Dean Malenko and Perry Saturn.
  • April 5, 2001 – Smackdown!: X-Factor defeated Grandmaster Sexay, Steve Blackman and Billy Gunn.
  • April 7, 2001 – Jakked: Grandmaster Sexay and Steve Blackman defeated Redd Dogg and Big Daddy.
  • April 14, 2001 – Jakked: Grandmaster Sexay and Steve Blackman defeated Kaientai.
  • April 15, 2001 – HEAT: Light-Heavyweight Champion Crash Holly defeated Grandmaster Sexay.
  • April 19, 2001 – Smackdown!: European Champion Eddie Guerrero defeated Granmaster Sexay.
  • April 21, 2001 – Jakked: Grandmaster Sexay and Steve Blackman defeated Damian and Seven.
  • April 23, 2001 – RAW: Eddie Guerrero and Dean Malenko and Perry Saturn beat Raven and Grandmaster Sexay and Steve Blackman.
  • May 3, 2001 – Smackdown!: WWF Light-Heavyweight Champion Jerry Lynn defeated Grandmaster Sexay.
  • May 7, 2001 – RAW: Jerry Lynn beat Grandmaster Sexay and Crash and Taka in a 4-WAY to retain the Light Heavyweight title.
  • May 13, 2001 – HEAT: Granmaster Sexay defeated Val Venis.
  • May 20, 2001 – HEAT: Hardcore Champion Rhyno defeated Grandmaster Sexay.
  • May 24, 2001 – Smackdown!: Grandmaster Sexay and Steve Blackman and Trish Stratus beat Goodfather and Bull Buchanan and Ivory.
  • May 29, 2001: Brian Christopher was released from the WWF when he was caught crossing the border in Calgary with drugs.

World Wrestling All-Stars

  • April 7, 2002 – WWA House Show: Nathan Jones defeats Brian Christopher, Scott Steiner and Jeff Jarrett to win the WWA World title.
  • May 2002: Brian Christopher threw a temper tantrum at an independent wrestling show in OHIO before 320 fans.
  • ~~~Brian Christopher hurt his elbow when the referee in the match missed a bump spot.
  • ~~~Brian Christopher was actually booked to win the UWC title in a three-way with Danny Doring and champion Pumper.
  • ~~~Brian Christopher walked out of the match and Danny Doring won the match instead.

Keith Young wrote:

I was there, I was one of the commentators during the match, and I’ve worked with the UWC for 5 years. Brian was booked to LOSE the match – the plan was to have Danny Doring win the title from the champion, Pumper, without Pumper getting pinned or submitting. Sexay threw a fit, beat up the referee, threw the ref LITERALLY out of the building, took my mic, said “you jabronies can wrestle for the title, I don’t want it.” and left the match. Doring and Pumper did a GREAT job improvising an effective finish (foot over the ropes which the ref didn’t catch and it cost Pumper his title). I’m not sure Brian even hurt his elbow, I think he was pissed he was booked to lose to Danny Doring.

NWA: Total Nonstop Action

NWA: Total Nonstop Action

World Wrestling Entertainment

  • March 14, 2004 – Wrestlemania XX: Brian Christopher was spotted backstage at Wrestlemania XX but does not appear on camera.
  • April 12, 2004 – RAW: Kane defeated the returning Grandmaster Sexay in a basic squash match.
  • April 26, 2004 – RAW: Christian defeated Grandmaster Sexay (after the match Christian brawled wth Jericho).
  • May 10, 2004: Brian Lawler was once again fired from the WWE after showing up late to several events.

Independent Wrestling

  • July 21, 2004 – Hawaiian Championship Wrestling: Rikishi and Grandmaster Sexay defeated Kris Kavenaugh and Cholo.
  • August 28, 2004 – NWA New South: Brian Christopher (managed by Rikishi) defeated Doug Gilbert.
  • August 29, 2004 – Lethal Attitude Wrestling: Dustin Starr and Derrick King defeated Jerry Lawler and Brian Christopher.
  • September 18, 2004 – Twin Wrestling Entertainment: Brian Christopher defeated D-Ray 3000.
  • December 9, 2005 – Great Lake Wrestling: Eric Priest and Matt Longtime beat Adrian Serrano and Brian Christopher.
  • ~~~Later on that night on the same card: Brian Christopher won a Battle Royal.
  • June 16, 2006 – Clash of the Legends III: Brian Christopher won a Battle Royal.
  • June 17, 2006 – Memphis Wrestling: Grandmaster Sexy defeated “Superstar” Bill Dundee.
  • July 7, 2006 – Legends Show: Austin Lane and Kenny Valiant beat Jerry Lawler and Brian Christopher with Jimmy Valiant as referee.
  • July 15, 2006 – Memphis Wrestling: Rikishi and Grandmaster Sexay defeated Too Cool II by Disqualification.
  • August 17, 2006 – NWA Mid-South Wrestling: Brian Christopher defeated Kamala by Disqualification.
  • April 27, 2007 – Memphis Wrestling: Brian Christopher defeated Buff Bagwell.
  • June 9, 2007 – XW 2000: Rikishi and Grandmaster Sexay defeated Gangrel and D.J. Pringle in Atmore, Alabama.
  • August 4, 2007 – XCW Midwest: Jamie Dundee defeated Brian Christopher in New Albany, Indiana.
  • August 17, 2007 – Memphis Wrestling: Jerry Lawler and Brian Christopher defeated Sid Vicious and Johnny Rotten .
  • September 15, 2007 – South-Eastern Championship Wrestling: Rikishi and Grandmaster Sexay defeated Bobby Eaton and [Insert].
  • October 27, 2007 – Ultimate Christian Wrestling: Brian Lawler and Billy Jack beat The Apocalypse to win the Tag Team titles
  • November 7, 2008 – Jerry Lawler Tribute Show: Brian Christopher and Doug Gilbert beat The Moondogs when Gilbert turned on Brian.
  • November 10, 2007 – UCW: Brian Lawler and Billy Jack beat Truitt Fields and Colt Derringer to retain the UCW Tag Team titles.
  • December 31, 2007 – UCW: Alex Phoenix and Adrian Hawkins defeated Billy Jack and Brian Lawler to win the UCW Tag Team titles.
  • ~~~Sal Rinauro/Austin Creed/Brian Lawler/Kevin Ballenger beat Kyle Matthews/Justin Dirt/Dustin Powers/Adrian Hawkins.

Hulkamania Tour of Australia:

In The Meantime:

  • March 14, 2011 – RAW: Michael Cole did commentary inside of a glass box to protect himself from Jerry “The King” Lawler.
  • ~~~LATER: Michael Cole brought back Brian Christopher (The King’s real life son) to berate and humiliate Jerry Lawler on live TV.
  • January 6, 2014 – RAW: Too Cool (Rikishi, Scotty 2 Hotty, and “Grandmaster Sexay” Brian Christopher) defeated 3MB in a 6-man tag team match.