Stephen Steele
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Real name Stephen Steele
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Height 6'5"
Weight 260 lbs.
Date of birth October 12th, 1982
Place of birth Los Angeles, CA
Date of death
Place of death
Resides Los Angeles, CA
Billed from Los Angeles, CA
Trainer Self taught
Handled by
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Debut August 6th, 2006
Retired {{{retired}}}

Stephen Steele's first major wrestling promotion in One Up Wrestling. He debuted in a tournament for the highest honor in the newly reformed organization, the OUW Championship. Now, he calls the action at ringside along Play by Play Announcer, Ryan Brooks.

Personal Life

Stephen Steele was born October 12th, 1982 in LA to Anthony and Catherine Steele. At the age of three his parents were in a fatal car accident and Stephen was put into the care of his grandmother.

He is an only child and became very interested in wrestling at age 14 when visiting his uncle Nathan. Nathan was watching WrestleMania 12. Steele was enamored watching Shawn Michaels and Bret Hart battle in an Iron Man Match. Since then he did everything he needed to do to become a wrestling legend.

Wrestling Career

Steele's debut match was against another aspiring rookie, Arthur Adams, and was the first match in a tournament for the OUW Championship. He was victorious and moved on to his second match against a former OUW Heavyweight Champion, Chris “Coz” Zernskie. Steele also beat him to move on to the tournament finals against Jasper “Dark” Griffin at Culmination. This was Steele's Pay Per View debut as well. Steele was also victorious in this match making him the first ever OUW Champion.

Steele continued his dominance in OUW amassing an impressive undefeated streak which was eventually ended by Robert L. Davis. Steele lost his first championship match when he faced Terry "Sonic" Pierce at Malevolence. Steele retained the title however because the victory was awarded to Sonic via disqualification.

After a brief retirement, Stephen came back to the OUW as it's color commentator, replacing BDS aside Ryan Brooks. He can now be heard every Monday Night on Storm.

Finishers and Signature Moves


Wheels Of Steele

  • A corkscrew senton splash from the second rope
    • Originally a running boot to the face

Steele Trap

  • A sharpshooter

Signature Moves


  • First ever OUW Champion
  • OUW Monday Night Storm Color Commentator

Championship Reigns

OUW Championship

OUW Championship
Preceded by:
Succeeded by:
Terry "Shadic" Pierce

OUW United States Championship

OUW United States Championship
Preceded by:
Robert L. Davis
Succeeded by:
Robert L. Davis

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