Well, it looks like this one has everyone stumped. The correct answer is Steve Travis, who also worked briefly as Stonewall Jackson. He was originally brought in by Vince Sr. to join the Valiants, and was going to be dubbed "Stevie Valiant." Things changed, however, and he worked singles instead. He was named WWF's Rookie of the Year in 1979. He left for a while, then returned in 1982 and formed the Carolina Connection with Rick McGraw. McGraw later died, and Travis' career ended when he was involved in a car accident while driving intoxicated that left him paralyzed and the other driver dead. He served 10 months in prison for vehicular manslaughter.
OK, time for some all-new clues:
1- Spent much of his career doing various masked gimmicks...
2 - However, in the territory where he stayed the longest, he never wore a mask.
3 - Uncrowned king.
- He"s a 3rd generation wrestler.
- A WWE Hall of Famer once said that he should be the one to end The Undertaker's Wrestlemania streak.
- In a 4 week span he defeated Triple H and John Cena twice in singles matches on TV/PPV.