"The Kodiak" Steve Hall was born into an entertainment family. Born on the Cayuna Indian reservation he was blessed with the gift of voice. By the age of 3 he was already commanding the stage and learning to play drums. At age 8 he was first seen on a nationally televised Wrestle Mania IV at Trump Plaza in Atlantic City, New Jersey. The great Hulk Hogan made his acquaintance! At only 15 years old on an amateur wrestling arena floor "The Kodiak" got his fist taste of the ring. Given the name by an old Indian on the reservation due to his ever growing size, stature and command of the
stage. At 6'3" he stands taller than most ring announcers but promises that no one will get hurt if you don't poke the bear. At 21 years old he signed with WCW and in the year 2000 he was awarded the prized "Rookie of the Year" title and would go on to wrestle many of the greats! His love of stand up comedy called him back to the stage in 2009 after a very long successful wrestling career. For the last 15 years he has been the voice of the Tennessee State Fair and has recently made his way to his new home in the beloved AWA. It has yet to be written that this chapter of his life may prove to be the most exciting! LONG LIVE ARCADIA!!!!!