King Booker addresses the masses with a motivational speech for SmackDown LIVE's 10-on-10 Traditional Survivor Series Tag Team combatants.11/15/2016 - 21:30
From Rock-Cena to Big Show-Khali, see the five rivalries that intensified when the cameras cut off.10/20/2016 - 18:30
John Cena defends the WWE Championship against Bobby Lashley, Mick Foley, Randy Orton and King Booker in an action-packed Five Pack Challenge.06/07/2016 - 10:45
What would WCW Nitro's opening sequence look like if WCW won the Monday Night War? In honor of the 15th anniversary of the final episode of Nitro, imagine WWE's greatest Attitude Era stars as WCW competitors in 2001.03/24/2016 - 11:15
Dive into the video vault to watch five WrestleMania showdowns that never aired on TV or pay-per-view, including Ric Flair's lost bout at The Show of Shows.03/22/2016 - 13:15
World Heavyweight Champion; WCW Champion; World Tag Team Champion; WCW World Tag Team Champion: WCW Tag Team Champion; Intercontinental Champion; United States Champion; WCW World Television Champion; Hardcore Champion; 2006 King of the Ring; SmackDown color commentator, SmackDown General Manager; 2013 WWE Hall of Fame Inductee
Booker T: Bio
Can you dig it? Booker T is an 11-time WCW Tag Team Champion, a six-time World Champion, winner of the 2006 King of the Ring Tournament and the man responsible for popularizing the word, “Sucka!” in sports-entertainment. He also bears the distinction of holding the WCW World Heavyweight Championship when the promotion folded in 2001.
From the moment he stepped into the WWE ring, Booker T Spinaroonied his way into Superstardom, tangling with a who’s who of squared circle greats, including “Stone Cold” Steve Austin, The Undertaker, John Cena, Triple H, Randy Orton, Batista, Rey Mysterio, Ric Flair, Christian, Mark Henry and many others.
In 2001, as a member of The Alliance, he cost “Stone Cold” the Undisputed WWE Championship. In 2002, as a tag partner with Goldust, he launched one of the most outrageously funny tandems in WWE history. And in 2006 as King Booker, he delivered what’s widely considered the best faux British accent since Kevin Costner’s turn as the Prince of Thieves in “Robin Hood.”
Booker T left WWE in October 2007, but returned in 2011 as part of the biggest Royal Rumble in WWE history. Soon after, the veteran grappler joined the announce team on SmackDown as a color commentator, and appeared as a trainer on USA’s hit reality series “WWE Tough Enough.” In summer 2012, the six-time World Champion added yet another tremendous honor to his resume when he accepted the challenging role of SmackDown General Manager.
No matter what role he finds himself in these days, Booker’s legacy was forever cemented when he was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame as part of the Class of 2013.