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Stan Lane : biography

August 5, 1953 -

Wallace Stanfield "Stan" Lane (born August 5, 1953) is an American professional wrestler, trained by Ric Flair, who started wrestling in 1974 in Championship Wrestling from Florida. For a brief time in Florida, he was nicknamed Nature Boy. He is best known as one half of The Fabulous Ones, the Midnight Express and the Heavenly Bodies.

Championships and accomplishments

  • American Wrestling Federation
    • AWF Heavyweight Championship (1 time)
  • Championship Wrestling from Florida
  • NWA Florida Tag Team Championship (3 times) - with Bryan St. John At
  • NWA United States Tag Team Championship (Florida version) (2 times) - with Steve Keirn At
  • Continental Wrestling Association
  • AWA Southern Tag Team Championship (16 times) - with Steve Keirn (14), Koko Ware (1), and Ron Bass (1) At
  • Georgia Championship Wrestling
  • NWA Georgia Junior Heavyweight Championship (1 time) At
  • Jim Crockett Promotions | World Championship Wrestling
  • NWA United States Tag Team Championship (3 times) - with Bobby Eaton1 At
  • NWA World Tag Team Championship (Mid-Atlantic version) (1 time) - with Bobby Eaton At
  • Pro Wrestling Illustrated
    • PWI Tag Team of the Year award in 1987 - with Bobby Eaton
  • Southwest Championship Wrestling
  • SCW World Tag Team Championship (1 time) - with Steve Keirn At
  • Smoky Mountain Wrestling
  • SMW Tag Team Championship (5 times) - with Tom Prichard At
  • United States Wrestling Association
  • USWA World Tag Team Championship (1 time) - with Steve Keirn At
  • Virginia Wrestling Association
  • VWA Championship Tag Team Title (1 time) - with Jeff Collette Inside Wrestling December 1993,Pro Wrestling Illustrated
  • Wrestling Observer Newsletter awards
    • Hall of Fame (Class of 2009) with Bobby Eaton as the Midnight Express

1Lane and Eaton's third reign with the NWA United States Tag Team Championship happened after Ted Turner's purchase of Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling from Jim Crockett, Jr. in November 1988. Turner renamed the promotion World Championship Wrestling and it remained an NWA affiliated promotion where some NWA championships were defended until WCW's withdrawal from the NWA in late 1993. Finishing Move: Myawashi Leg Kick

The Heavenly Bodies

To fans excitement, he reformed the Fabulous Ones with Keirn briefly in the USWA, with Cornette as their manager. On January 7, 1991, they won the USWA Tag Team titles, defeating Tony Anthony and Chris Bullock. Three weeks later, on January 28, after a controversial match with Jeff Jarrett and Jerry Lawler, the titles were held up; a week later, on February 4, the rematch for the held-up titles was held and they lost the match and the titles to Lawler and Jarrett.

In October 1991, he went to Smoky Mountain Wrestling to reunite with Cornette and form a new team called "The Heavenly Bodies" with Tom Prichard. They feuded with the Rock 'N Roll Express and won the tag team titles 5 times, until he retired from the ring and was replaced in the team by Jimmy Del Ray.

The Fabulous Ones

In 1982, Stan Lane went to Mid-Southern Wrestling and formed a team called The Fabulous Ones with Steve Keirn. The team feuded with the Midnight Express, Jerry Lawler & Bill Dundee, The Sheepherders (Butch Miller & Luke Williams), Randy Savage & Leapin' Lanny Poffo and the Moondogs with whom they had a series of exceptionally bloody matches. They were also pioneers in the "MTV style" of promotion, creating promotional videos and spectacular entrances with their popular theme song "Everybody Wants You" by Billy Squier.

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