She had 2 finishers.
They were the Sherri Stunner and the Sleeper Hold.
She said that working with Ric Flair was an honor and that she learned so much from him.
Sherri credits wrestling legend Larry Zbyszko with her interviews/promos.
During her time in ECW, she said that she loved it there a lot, because of how much they let the women do in the ring and on the outside.
When she went to WCW and managed the Harlem Heat, she changed her name to match their persona to Sister Sherri.
She became known as Sensational Queen Sherri when "Macho Man" Randy Savage won the WWF King Of The Ring.
Sherri sang the theme song and entrance music for Shawn Micheals when he was HBK.
She was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2006 by wrestling legend, "The Million Dollar Man" Ted Dibiase.
Although she has managed many people, she has had only one manager her entire career and it was by wrestling legend, Jim Cornette.
In 1991, she was voted as Manager of the Year by The Wrestling Observer Newsletter.
She was well known as a manager as well as a wrestler.
She managed many people they were:
The Honky Tonk Man
"Macho King" Randy Savage
Harlem Heat (Booker T and Stevie Ray)
Jake "The Snake" Roberts
She debuted for the WWF in July of 1984 as a challenger to Fabulous Moolah's Women's Title and won it.
Sherri has wrestler and/or managed quite a few wrestling promotions. They were the AWA, NWA, WCW, WWF and ECW.
Sherri was trained by the legendary Fabulous Moolah, Donna Christanello and Butch Moore.
She made her pro-wrestling debut in 1980.
She is a former AWA Women's Champ 4 times over.