Stevie Richards

Michael Manna (born October 9, 1971) is an American professional wrestler, better known by the ring name Stevie Richards. He currently works for Lucha Libre USA and previously wrestled for Extreme Championship Wrestling (ECW), World Wrestling Federation/Entertainment (WWF/WWE), Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (TNA), National Wrestling Alliance (NWA) and World Championship Wrestling (WCW). He has also made appearances for Ring Of Honor (ROH). He has held 41 titles in his career, including the WWE Hardcore Championship 21 times, the ECW World Tag Team Championship twice and the NWA National Heavyweight Championship once.

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Brian Heffron - Career - Extreme Championship Wrestling (1995–1998)
... He was noticed by Raven and Stevie Richards at a Steel City Wrestling show in Pittsburgh and asked by Raven to become Stevie Richards' sidekick in Extreme ... He was the flunky for Stevie Richards, who was the flunky for Raven ... Heffron, Richards, and Nova performed several skits but their most famous was the bWo, a parody of World Championship Wrestling's top heel group of the time, the nWo ...
Elijah Burke - Professional Wrestling Career - World Wrestling Entertainment - Singles Competition (2007–2008)
... pitted four ECW wrestlers (Burke, Kevin Thorn, Tommy Dreamer and Stevie Richards) against each other in a fatal four-way that night, which Burke won, removing the loser of the match, Richards, from contention ... eliminated early in the match (shortly after he himself eliminated Stevie Richards) by Kane ... Burke later resurfaced once again in 2008 with a new "Black Pope" gimmick defeating Stevie Richards, Kung Fu Naki and Jamie Noble in dark matches ...
The Sandman (wrestler) - Professional Wrestling Career - Eastern / Extreme Championship Wrestling (1993–1999) - Feud With Raven (1997-1999)
5, 1996, regained the title by pinning Stevie Richards in an Ultimate Jeopardy tag team match pitting Sandman and Dreamer against Brian Lee and Richards, who replaced Raven when he no-showed the event ... Stevie Richards and the Blue Meanie came out with a giant wooden cross and crucified him ...

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