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Mike Rotunda is an American professional wrestler who has since retired. He is most well-known for his performances in the 1980s and 1990s with the World Wrestling Federation (W.W.F.) and World Championship Wrestling (W.C.W.) under the ring identities Mike Rotunda, Mike Rotundo, Michael Wallstreet, Irwin R. Schyster, and V.K. Wallstreet. He also went by the aliases Mike Rotunda and Mike Rotundo. Rotunda amassed many titles during his career, including the N.W.A. World Tag Team Championship, the N.W.A. World Television Championship, and the W.W.F. Tag Team Championship.
After graduating from Syracuse University in 1981, Rotunda started his career in professional wrestling as a face for Championship Wrestling in Florida. He often collaborated with Barry Windham, who was his brother-in-law. Wrestlers Barry Windham and Kendall Windham are the siblings of Stephanie Windham, who is married to Rotunda. Stephanie’s father, Blackjack Mulligan, is a professional wrestler. They have two boys, Windham and Taylor, both of whom are skilled wrestlers and are currently employed with WWE.
Rotnda and Windham became known as the U.S. Express after signing with the World Wrestling Federation (W.W.F.). They successfully defended their W.W.F. Tag Team Championship title twice, the first time doing so against Dick Murdoch and Adrian Adonis in January 1985. The Iron Sheik and Nikolai Volkoff were the opponents of The U.S. Express in their most famous rivalry, which resulted in the loss of the tag team belts at the very first WrestleMania.
The U.S. Express was able to reclaim the titles in June of 1985, but Brutus Beefcake and Greg Valentine were able to take it away from them two months later. Soon after that, Windham parted ways with the W.W.F. Wrestling in singles bouts until his own departure from the W.W.F. in early 1986, Rotundo remained active in the sport until that time.
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9511 Wallien Dr
Brooksville, FL 34601
9511 Wallien Dr
Brooksville, FL 34601
After a long hiatus, the U.S. Express joined the American Wrestling Association (A.W.A.) and competed at WrestleRock 86 on April 20, 1986. There, they were victorious against the Fabulous Ones. Since Windham practically departed the AWAlly as soon as he entered, the team only remained there for short time. Rotundo continued operating for a few more months, seeing only modest success. He left the W.W.F. again in the winter of 1987. They were not seen as being among the leading candidates.
Rotunda left the W.W.F. at the beginning of 1987 and returned to Florida, where he competed in the N.W.A. Florida Heavyweight Championship match in March of that year. He won. There, he fought with Sir Oliver Humperdink’s “Shock Troops.” Later that year, Rotunda became a member of Jim Crockett Promotions, an associate of the National Wrestling Alliance. There, he remained at a mid-card level as a face for a while but eventually turned heel and became a member of Kevin Sullivan’s Varsity Club, a group of wrestlers with amateur wrestling credentials.
Rotunda started arguing with Rick Steiner, another member of the Varsity Club who had graduated from the University of Michigan, on which of the two individuals had attended a more prestigious university. This ultimately resulted in the two arguing over whether one was the better wrestler.
After beating Nikita Koloff for the N.W.A World Television Championship in January 1988, Rotunda handed the Florida championship to Steiner. He then went on to capture the N.W.A. World Television Championship. After that, he fought with Jimmy Garvin because Sullivan had his eyes set on Precious, Garvin’s wife. Steiner soon quit the organization and started battling with Rotunda, ultimately resulting in the adversaries swapping the Television Championship until Sting defeated Rotunda and lost the championship.
(1) Full Name: Lawrence Michael Rotunda
(2) Born: 30 March 1958 (age 65 years), St. Petersburg, Florida, United States
(3) Father: NA
(4) Mother: NA
(5) Sibling: NA
(6) Spouse: Stephanie Rotunda (m. 1984)
(7) Occupation: Wrestler
(8) Famous As: WWF World Tag Team Championship (1985), NWA Florida Heavyweight Championship (1987), NWA World Television Championship (1988)
(9) Birth Sign: Aries
(10) Nationality: American
(11) Height: 1.9 m
(12) Religion: NA
(13) School: NA
(14) College/University: Syracuse University
(15) Educational Qualifications: NA
(16) Hometown: Bradenton, Florida, United States
(17) Address: Bradenton, Florida, United States
(18) Hobbies: NA
(19) Contact Number: NA
(20) Email ID: NA
(21) Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/irsmikerotunda/
(22) Twitter: https://twitter.com/irsmikerotunda
Throughout the 1990s, Rotunda wrestled mainly in Japan. In 2004, he withdrew from the sport to start a security firm with his wife and began working there full-time. Rotunda was rehired by WWE in 2006 to work as a road agent, and he has since made face appearances in the ring under the ring name Irwin R. Schyster.
On the episode of WWE Raw that aired on August 6, 2007, Rotunda made one of these appearances. After Mr. McMahon’s talk with Jonathan Coachman about his problems with the I.R.S., Rotunda removed the piece of paper hiding his face (it was a copy of The Financial Times) and unveiled himself. On the 15th Anniversary episode of Raw, which aired on December 10, 2007, Rotunda appeared as I.R.S. and won a 15-man Battle Royal. However, he was paid off by his old tag team partner Ted DiBiase to remove himself, resulting in DiBiase winning the match.
U.S. Express returned during a rematch against Volkoff and The Iron Sheik on the edition of Raw that aired on March 10, 2008, and it was a rematch from WrestleMania I. They were interrupted by the diva Jillian Hall, who volunteered to perform “Born in the U.S.A.” for them; however, Rotunda gave her an aircraft spin instead of taking her up on her offer.
On February 19, 2009, Rotunda was featured in the “Top Rope Theatre” segment on WWE.com. He was chatting with Kelly Kelly during this episode. Once again, he played a villainous role in this online narrative, and “Hacksaw” Jim Duggan served as his most formidable adversary. On the episode of “Raw” on September 7, 2009, Bob Barker served as the show’s guest host. Rotunda made an appearance on the show as the Internal Revenue Service. Along with Santino Marella, Jillian Hall, and Chris Jericho, Rotunda competed in a “pricing game” modeled after The Price Is Right’s “One Bid” qualifying section. The contestants were allowed to place a bid on a “Best of SmackDown” DVD.
The DVD’s actual retail price was just $18.99, yet Rotunda placed a bid for $50.00 (with tax), which was an overbid. Chris Jericho’s winning bet of one dollar in the pricing game put him first. As is customary during the “One Bid” stage of the pricing game, Rotunda participated again during the second round of the competition. The position held by Chris Jericho until it was relinquished was taken by A.J. Pierzynski of the Chicago White Sox.
This time, the item up for auction was a trip package to the WrestleMania XXVI event held in Glendale, Arizona. Rotunda submitted a bid of $2,000.00 for the box. After placing a bid of $1,200.00, Santino emerged victorious despite the item’s retail price of $1,247.00. Later, Mike appeared on an edition of Monday Night Raw when he was a part of the 80’s Legend Lumberjack match. Christian won the game, and Ted DiBiase Jr. was defeated.
Mike participated in the Smackdown on May 5, 2010, when he assisted in ejecting Drew McIntyre from the venue. In a comedic skit that aired on Raw on June 7, 2010, he appeared as the Internal Revenue Service and stated that he had taken Jerry Lawler’s Crown away from him since Lawler had not paid his taxes. On June 28, Rotunda, who later became a face again, was one of the four persons that came out to congratulate Ricky Steamboat’s success but were assaulted by the Nexus. Ricky Steamboat was the recipient of the congratulations.
On the episode of Raw broadcast on April 9, 2012, Rotunda made an appearance. A scuffle that was taking place between Brock Lesnar and John Cena was tried to be stopped by him and a large number of other WWE officials and celebrities. Schyster advised Langston to pay his taxes, and Langston responded with a grin.
Just a moment before, Langston had just passed by other members of the Million Dollar Corporation, Nikolai Volkoff and Ted DiBiase. In 2008, he remained working with WWE as a road agent and may be seen on television occasionally. On April 15, 2020, he and many other WWE workers were terminated.