Steve was a milkman before he signed with ECW.
Steve had a tryout with WWE as an announcer in 2002.
Steve attended WWE's Funking Dojo training camp in 1998.
Steve is a fan of the Philadelphia Phillies.
Steve's favorite wrestling venue is Korakuen Hall in Tokyo, Japan.
Steve's favorite wrestlers were Tully Blanchard and Tommy Rich.
Steve has a son named Colby.
Steve uses a fisherman's suplex as his finishing move, he calls it "The Old School Expulsion."
As of 2007 Steve has been world champion 26 times combined, with all the promotions he has worked with.
Steve doesn't have any hearing in his left ear, due to an injury sustained in a match with Homicide.
Steve is a dual citizen of both Canada, and the United States.
Steve married Saana-Maria Huhtimo on May 19, 2006 in North Carolina.
Steve is the older brother of independent wrestler Allison Danger.
Steve was Pro Wrestling Illustrated's "Most Improved Wrestler" in 2000.
There were rumors that Steve would sign with WWE as they relaunched ECW, but Steve said the people who reported these things were lying.
Steve formed the Xtreme Horsemen while working with MLW, the stable included C.W. Anderson, Barry Windham, Simon Diamond, and Justin Credible.
Steve won the ECW World Heavyweight Championship on November 5th, 2000 defeating, Jerry Lynn, The Sandman, and Justin Credible in Villa Park, Illinois.
Steve once invaded a Limp Bizkit concert to protest the immorality of the band, and their fans. He did this in character, and in conjunction with the band.
Steve's gimmick as "The King of Old School" would have him berating hardcore wrestlers.
Steve debuted in 1998 for ECW as a heel manager.
Steve made his wrestling debut in 1994.
Steve was trained by Tom Brandi.