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Sentences forBooker T (wrestler)
- Before the match, there was a backstage dispute between Hogan and Russo; Hogan wanted to take the title, but Russo was going to have Jarrett win, and lose it to Booker T.
- Triple H held the World Heavyweight Championship for most of 2003, successfully defending against Booker T at WrestleMania XIX in an angle with racist undertones.
- Flair and Batista lost the World Tag Team Championship on February 16 edition of Raw to Booker T and Rob Van Dam.
- After they lost the titles to Test and Booker T on the November 1 episode of SmackDown!, they continued their feud.
- Popularized by Booker T.
- The next month, The Rock defeated Booker T, at SummerSlam, to win the WCW Championship for the first time.
- Later that night, after Styles suffered a beating at the hands of Team 3D, Booker T, and Tomko, Angle added to the mugging by hitting Styles with a steel chair.
- At King of the Ring, Austin defeated Jericho and Benoit in a Triple Threat match, despite interference from the debuting Booker T.
- On August 10, Jericho defeated Stevie Ray to win the World Television Championship (Stevie Ray substituting for the champion Booker T).
- On August 28, 2017, Jerry filled in for Booker T on Raw commentary from his hometown of Memphis, Tennessee.
- In the same episode, Angle confronted fellow tournament entrant Booker T and his wife Sharmell after Sharmell predicted that Booker would win the tournament.
- Triple H made his return at SummerSlam, where he defeated King Booker.
- In August, King Booker claimed to be the only one entitled to be known as "King".
- He, along with Booker T, eliminated Michael Cole afterwards.
- At the close of the match, Austin nailed Angle with a Stone Cold Stunner, causing him to get pinned by Booker T.
- He held the title for four months with successful defenses against the likes of Rene Dupree, Rob Van Dam and Booker T, until he was stripped of the title on the July 8 episode of SmackDown by Angle after he accidentally knocked him over, thus attacking an official.
- In retaliation, Tomko cost Styles his King of the Mountain qualifying match against Booker T.
- On January 8, 2015, it was announced on WWE.com that Lawler would be a part of the SmackDown broadcast team as a color commentator along with Michael Cole and Byron Saxton starting January 15, ending his 19-year run as a color commentator of Raw as he was replaced by Booker T.
- In January 2004, Kane took part in the Royal Rumble match; he was eliminated when he heard the bell toll from The Undertaker's entrance music, distracting and distressing Kane, and enabling Booker T to eliminate him.
- At Cyber Sunday, Show faced John Cena and King Booker in a Champion of Champions match.
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