Steve was on a July 5,2007 episode of Nancy Grace on Headline News with Marc Mero to talk about the Chris Benoit case.
There was an incident in 1999, between he and fellow wrestler JBL at an airport in between shows. He was being bothered by JBL at the luggage claims area and when he couldn't take it anymore, he turned around and hit JBL about a dozen times so fast, that JBL was stunned. And then JBL left him alone.
Steve has stated that if he were to come back to the business, he would like to wrestle RVD.
Steve was best friends with the late Brian Pillman and the late Davey Boy Smith.
The pro-wrestling training includes classes with a local indy wrestling promotion called CCW.
As of February 2007, he has re-opened his school, which features classes for MMA and professional wrestling training.
Steve has been cast as Skeletor in the new He-Man and the Masters of the Universe movie.
At the age of 19, he benched an unknown 585 pounds for his age.
Steve made his WWF pro-debut on November 3, 1997.
In 1989 Steve contacted malaria while wrestling in South Africa.
Due to a bad neck injury, Steve retired from the business in the summer of 2001.
He holds a 3rd Degree, Black Belt in Shotokan.
In 2005, he opened a wrestling and martial arts school in his native state of Pennsylvania.
When he was the WWF Hardcore Champion (6 times) he was called the most dangerous of all time.
During his stint in the then WWF, he was known as "The Lethal Weapon", which was a play on his enourmous MMA background.
In 2003, he was ranked #440 in the PWI wrestlers of the year poll.
Steve Blackman speaking on alcoholism: If you're an alcoholic, I don't wanna hear that it's hereditary, stop drinking. If you know the problem, stop it, I'm cut and dry like that.
Steve Blackman speaking on the WWE: Some of it's still good, some of it needs some work, but you can pretty much say that about anything.
Steve Blackman on his pro-debut in the WWF: It was a little different, and I thought it came off half decent.