Time marches on, as do the legions of jackbooted bigots who refuse to recognize the contributions that those of African descent have made to the majesty and grandeur of The Sport of Professional Wrestling. Larry Inc. will not be counted amongst the merchants of hate. The most powerful organization in history is proud to recognize: Sister Sherri began her career in 1994 as the mentor and catalyst behind the most dominant black tag team of all time Harlem Heat. Navigating the politics of the overtly racist Turner Broadcasting Company as well as outright discrimination at the hands of the notoriously predjudiced booker Eric Bischoff, Sherri was able to lead her charges to seven World Tag Team Championships. In 1996, Bill Apter, publisher of the famed abolitionist journal Pro Wrestling Illustrated named Harlem Heat "Tag Team of the Year" over the objections of establishment Caucasians who had previously rigged the voting to favor white teams such as The Beverly Brothers and Power and Glory. (Sister Sherri and Harlem Heat accept the 1996 Tag Team of the Year award. Credit: Larry Inc.) The glory of this accomplishment was short lived, as the apartheid leaders of the wrestling world conspired to blackball Sherri from the industry. Unable to gain bookings and fearing for her life, Sherri fled on the Underground Railroad to Canada and effectively ended her career in exile. Sister Sherri currently resides on Dead Wrestler Beach with fellow Bantu warriors Junkyard Dog, Mabel and Beetlejuice.