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Stokely Hathaway

Stokely Hathaway

Nationality :American
Date Of Birth :November 12, 1990
Height :5 feet 8 inches
Weight :79 kg

Stokely Hathaway: A Brief Biography

Stokely Hathaway is an American professional wrestling manager and former wrestler who is now signed to All Elite Wrestling (AEW) as The Firm’s manager. Stokely Hathaway was previously recognized for his work at Evolve and Ring of Honor, as well as his tenure in WWE on the NXT brand as the Diamond Mine’s manager under the ring name Malcolm Bivens.

Birth Place, Family, Early Life

Stokely Hathaway was born on November 12, 1990, in Harlem, New York, U.S. He has not yet revealed anything about his family and early life in the media.

How much does Stokely Hathaway Earn? Net Worth

The Net worth of Stokely Hathaway is still yet to be revealed. His salary is under review. The real estate of the actor hasn’t yet been disclosed in the media.

Titles

  • Alpha-1 Wrestling
    • A1 Outer Limits Championship (1 time)

Height of Stokely Hathaway, Weight, and Body Stats

Ring of Honor (2014-2015)

On April 18, 2014, Hathaway competed in his first match, teaming up with Moose in an unsuccessful challenge to The Brutal Burgers.[Citation required]He quickly became a member of Prince Nana’s evil stable, The Embassy. He took on the position of manager and performed for a time as Ramon, where he most notably managed Moose. Hathaway made his final appearance at ROH on March 28, 2015. 

(2016-2019) Independent Circuit

Stokely Hathaway began working for companies such as Beyond Wrestling in 2016 after leaving Ring of Honor. Hathaway was the manager of “The Dream Team,” which included Maxwell Jacob Friedman (MJF), Faye Jackson (the Dream Team’s First Lady), and Thomas Sharp. Hathaway had a feud with Orange Cassidy.

Adapt (2016-2018)

Stokely Hathaway made his Evolve debut as TJP’s manager on April 2, 2016, at EVOLVE 59, where he unsuccessfully challenged Tommy End. After managing Timothy Thatcher for a short time, Stokely Hathaway joined EVOLVE’s leading stable Catch Point as a manager. Hathaway competed in his first Evolve bout at Evolve 110, where he paired with Chris Dickinson and Dominic Garrini to defeat The Skulk. Hathaway paired up with Dickinson at Evolve 111, where they failed to challenge Tracy Williams. Hathaway and Williams’ livelihoods were on the line in an “I Quit” match, and the loss ended Hathaway’s tenure with Evolve. Despite having to quit Evolve following Evolve 111, Hathaway made a surprise cameo on September 8, 2018, when he unsuccessfully challenged Chris Dickinson. This was his final Evolve appearance.

Wrestling in the Major Leagues (2017-2018)

Stokely Hathaway debuted in Major League Wrestling (MLW) in 2017 as the manager of Black Friday Management. Low Ki was managed by Hathaway before the signing of their broadcast deal with BeIN Sports in March 2018. Stokley Hathaway, Matt Riddle, Darby Allin, and Priscilla Kelly all had to quit MLW once their television tapings began due to already having a television deal with Evolve Wrestling. Stokley Hathaway was kidnapped by random kidnappers, and MLW wrote him off the show. Stokley reappeared in MLW in the crowd later that year, but he did not appear on MLW television again after that.

WWE (2019–2022)

On March 11, 2019, WWE announced Hathaway’s signing, confirming that he was already at the Performance Center. Stokely Hathaway began as Babatunde’s manager under the name Court Moore but then changed his identity to Malcolm Bivens and began to handle wrestlers such as Jermaine Haley. At the NXT home show on May 16, Hathaway began using the new moniker and managed the duo, Rinku Singh and Saurav Gurjar. Stokely Hathaway began working on NXT’s weekly show as Bivens Enterprises’ villainous manager of Singh and Gurjar, but the plot was canceled and Bivens was removed from television. In December, he returned to manage Tyler Rust. Bivens and Rust were revealed to be part of the Diamond Mine stable alongside Hachiman and Roderick Strong on the June 22, 2021, episode of NXT.WWE released Hathaway on April 29, 2022. Before his dismissal, he reportedly rejected a contract renewal offer.