WWE Legends, Superstars and Fans Remember the Late Brian Christopher on His 50th Birthday

Published 01/11/2022, 7:00 AM EST


WWE Legends and fans shared their wishes on the 50th birthday of Lt. Brian Christopher Lawler.

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Brian Christopher aka ‘Grandmaster Sexay’ was an American pro wrestler. The former USWA Heavyweight Champion competed in many wrestling federations, including WWE and Impact Wrestling. His Attitude Era spell in WWE was one of the finest runs of his wrestling career.

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Many wrestling legends like Jerry Lawler, Scott Garland, and Matt Hardy wished “Happy Birthday” on what would have been Christopher’s 50th birthday.

Brian Christopher Lawler was better known for his WWE run with his father and fellow mate Scott Garland during the Attitude Era. He won the tag title with the latter (Scotty 2 Hotty) and competed in many matches to showcase his skills.

Jerry Lawler and his son Brian Christopher had shared the screen in WWE appearances.

The Legacy of Brian Christopher Lawler

Brian Christopher was born on January 10, 1972. He started his wrestling career with the United States Wrestling Association. He spent 9 years there and earned many significant victories. During his tenure, he grabbed 44 titles and became the top star.

Later, in 1997, Christopher signed with WWE and competed in the light heavyweight division. He participated in a Light Heavyweight Championship tournament where lost in the finals against Taka Michinoku. In 1998, he turned his attention towards the tag team division, where he adopted new ring names along with his partner, Scott Garland.

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Going as “Grandmaster Sexay” and “Scotty 2 Hotty”, they renamed their tag team to ‘Too Cool’. It gave them legit recognition in the tag team division and they joined forces with WWE Legend Rikishi.

In 2000, Brian and Scott defeated the duo of Edge and Christian to become the new WWE Tag team champions. The trio had a great run until they split in late 2000, when Rikishi turned on his teammates at Survivor Series.

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Later, WWE released Brian Christopher. After his release, he competed in other wrestling promotions. In 2011, he made his return in a heated segment between Michael Cole and Jerry Lawler, where he sided with Cole as a heel.

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Brian Christopher Lawler completed his last match in 2017 against Donnie Primetime for Georgia Premier Wrestling in Canton, Georgia. Although Christopher didn’t have a long run in WWE, he won many hearts during his tenure with his wrestling style and cool gimmick.

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Yash Sawant

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Yash is a WWE and AEW writer at EssentiallySports. Currently, Yash is a BSC student and along with his studies follows his favorite sport. Being a WWE fan since 2012, Yash loves all things related to wrestling.

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