The duo of "Too Sexy" Brian Christopher and "Too Hot" Scott Taylor were originally a tag team
known as Too Much. The team feuded with fellow light heavyweight wrestlers such as Taka
Michinoku and aided Jerry "The King" Lawler (Christopher's father) in his feud with Al Snow.
In June 1999, Christopher became Grandmaster Sexay,
Taylor became Scotty Too Hotty (later spelled as Scotty
2 Hotty) and Too Much was rebranded as Too Cool,
debuting on television during the June 13, 1999
episode of Sunday Night Heat. They originally
remained villainous characters, but in late 1999 they
turned into fan favorites due to growing fan popularity.
Too Cool's new characteristic was that of hip hop fans,
which saw the duo dancing around the ring while lights
flashed and dance music played, an act that quickly
became very popular with fans.
Soon after the 2000 Royal Rumble Christopher suffered an injury and while he was recuperating, Scotty won the Light Heavyweight Championship. Too Cool received arguably their biggest push when they became embroiled in the feud against the McMahon-Helmsley Regime, mainly wrestling against D-Generation X members,
"The Road Dogg" Jesse James, Mr. Ass, and X-Pac and the Radicalz.
Their success would peak later in the year when Scotty and Sexay
defeated Edge and Christian for the Tag Team Championship on an
episode of Raw is War on May 29, 2000, In 2001, Too Cool fully
disbanded when Scotty was, in storyline, sidelined with a broken
ankle caused by Kurt Angle. In reality, he needed time off for neck
surgery. That same year, Sexay was released from the WWF.
After returning, Scotty formed a new tag team with Albert called
The Zoo Crew that lasted until mid-2002.
Scotty would eventually team with Rikishi to compete on the SmackDown! brand in October 2003. They later went on to win the WWE Tag Team Championship on February 5, 2004 after defeating the Basham Brothers. Also around this time the WWE re-hired Grand Master Sexay however he was on the Raw brand and had no interaction with Scotty. They held the title for a little over two months before losing the title to Charlie Haas and Rico on April 22. Rikishi would be released from the company shortly after the title loss, while Scotty remained with the company until May 15, 2007.
On the January 6, 2014 episode of Old School Raw, Too Cool reunited with Rikishi, defeating 3MB (Heath Slater, Drew McIntyre and Jinder Mahal) in a six-man tag match.
This was the first time in thirteen and
a half years that the trio were in a
6 man tag team match. Too Cool also
returned at NXT Arrival and was in a
tag team match against The Ascension
for the NXT Tag Team Championship.
The Ascension would prevail however,
retaining the titles.
After Scotty 2 Hotty was released from
WWE, he briefly reunited with
Grandmaster Sexay to compete for the
United Wrestling Federation's
Rock 'n' Express Tag Team Tournament.
In the second round of the tournament
on July 19, 2007, Too Cool defeated the
Extreme Horsemen (C.W. Anderson and Steve Corino). The next day, Too Cool lost to the Steiner Brothers in the semi-final match of the Winner's Bracket. Too Cool made their final appearance for the UWF on July 21 as they lost to The Naturals in the third round match to of the Loser's Bracket.
In 2009, Sexay competed for Hulk Hogan's Hulkamania: Let The Battle
Begin Tour in Australia. Due to copyright issues with World Wrestling
Entertainment, Sexay competed as Brian Christopher and was unable
to use the Too Cool name. In March 2014, Grandmaster Sexay and
Scotty 2 Hotty reunited at Memphis Power Wrestling's Revenge at
Resorts II Cool Event to compete against Chase Stevens and Crimson.
Too Cool won the match, but were attacked post-match by Cerebus,
Doug Gilbert, and Bill Dundee. On September 5, 2014, Too Cool faced
the Maryland Championship Wrestling (MCW) Tag Team Champions
The Black Wall Street (Naplam Bomb and Solo) in a losing effort.
2015 UK TOUR
In 2015 Too Cool reunited once again to tour the UK with Exposure
Entertainment competing for a variety of promotions for 23 days,
from Wales to Glasgow ending the tour in London.