Saturday, July 30, 2011


bookert vs batista

Queen  Sharmell  with bookert



Booker “T” Huffman is one of the most underrated professional wrestlers in the business today.
He has done almost all there is to be done in the world of professional wrestling during his 20 year career, but his story starts much earlier.
Born on March 1, 1965, Booker was raised in the rough area of South Park in Houston, and was the youngest of eight children.
He grew up wanting to be a professional dancer and spent most of his spare time practicing to break dance, along with several of his friends.
The group of them would go from park to park, looking for other kids to challenge or "battle."
After the unfortunate death of his father when he was very young, and the passing of his mother by the time he turned 14, Booker's older brother Lane stepped up to raise Booker and his siblings. 
After high school Booker went on to work a few jobs, including one at a Wendy's restaurant. After working there for 2 1/2 years, Booker and three other employees hatched a plan to rob the restaurant.
Their attempt was unsuccessful and the four men were arrested and sent to jail. Huffman was sentenced to five years, but only spent 19 months inside and spent the remainder of the time on parole. 
Shortly after being released from prison, Booker was working at a storage company in Houston when his brother Lane approached him about checking out a new local wrestling school that was being run by former WWF wrestler Ivan "Polish Power" Putski as part of the Western Wrestling Alliance (WWA).

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