Harlem Heat

Harlem Heat was a professional wrestling tag team made up of two real-life brothers, Booker and Lash Huffman, better known by Booker T, and Stevie Ray. As Harlem Heat, they won the WCW World Tag Team Championship a record ten times together.

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The Great American Bash - Results - World Championship Wrestling - 1995
... Main Event match Harlem Heat (Booker T and Stevie Ray) defeated The Fantastics (Bobby Fulton and Tommy Rogers) (646) Booker pinned Rogers ... After the match, Harlem Heat and Sister Sherri came out to confront Slater and Buck Sherri punched Col.Robert Parker and challenged Slater and Buck to a match later that ... Harlem Heat (Booker T and Stevie Ray) (with Sister Sherri) defeated Dick Slater and Bunkhouse Buck (with Col ...
Robert Fuller - Career
... courted Sherri Martel to the dismay of both the Stud Stable and Sherri's charges, Harlem Heat ... Parker leaving the Stud Stable to help Sherri manage Harlem Heat ... While with Harlem Heat, Parker's official title was "promoter," while Sherri retained the "manager" designation ...
Sherri Martel - Professional Wrestling Career - World Championship Wrestling (1994–1997)
... Next, Martel began managing Harlem Heat (Booker T and Stevie Ray) using the name Sister Sherri ... In late 1994 (while still managing Harlem Heat in WCW), Martel made a return appearance in ECW managing Shane Douglas and Brian Pillman against Ron Simmons and 2 Cold Scorpio ... Robert Parker until October 1996 when Harlem Heat fired him and Martel had a match with him at World War 3 in November ...
The Great American Bash - Results - World Championship Wrestling - 1997
... Harlem Heat (Booker T and Stevie Ray) (with Sister Sherri) defeated The Steiner Brothers (Rick and Scott) by disqualification (1202) The Steiners were disqualified when Vincent attacked ...

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