- Born: 10/17/1957 in Houston, Texas
- Birthname: Stephen Douglas McMichael
- Height & Weight: 6'2", 270 Ib
- WCW United States Heavyweight Championship
He is a former American college and professional football player as a defensive tackle in the National Football League (NFL), a former commentator and then professional wrestler for World Championship Wrestling (WCW), and is currently the head coach of the Chicago Slaughter of the Continental Indoor Football League. McMichael played college football for the University of Texas and was an All-American.
He played for the New England Patriots, Chicago Bears, and Green Bay Packers, winning Super Bowl XX with the Bears. During his pro wrestling career, McMichael became a member of a version of the legendary Four Horsemen stable, and held the WCW United States Title. He made a failed run for mayor of Romeoville, Illinois in 2013.
Notable Feuds: w/ The Four Horsemen vs. Dungeon Of Doom, vs. Jeff Jarrett, w/ Chris Benoit vs. Raven’s Flock, vs. Davey Boy Smith
American Football Achievements: NFL Pro Bowler (1986, 1987), Member of 1985 World Champion Chicago Bears, Member of the National Football Foundation College Football Hall of Fame