|Birth name Frederick Seawright|
Trained by Eddie Graham
Name Brickhouse Brown
Billed height 5 ft 8 in (1.73 m)
|Born March 28, 1958 (age 65) Wilmington, Delaware, United States (1958-03-28) |
Ring name(s) The Black PrinceBrickhouse Brown
Billed weight 242 lb (110 kg; 17.3 st)
Movies The Best of IWA Wrestling: Vol. 1
Similar People King Parsons, Kerry Von Erich, Harvey Wippleman
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Frederick Seawright (born August 11, 1960) is an American professional wrestler, better known by his ring name Brickhouse Brown.
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- The Brickhouse Brown Frederick Seawright Tribute
- Professional wrestling career
- In wrestling
- Championships and accomplishments
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Professional wrestling career
Brickhouse was brought in to professional wrestling by Eddie Graham. In the United States Wrestling Association he wrestled for many years and held the USWA World Tag Team Championship and USWA Television Championship. He feuded extensively with Robert Fuller and his Tennessee Stud Stable, as well as with USWA mainstays Jerry Lawler and "Superstar" Bill Dundee. Brickhouse and Norvell Austin won the NWA Southeastern Tag Team Championship from Daniel Briley and Ken Wayne in Southeast Championship Wrestling.
Brickhouse also wrestled for the American Wrestling Association where he would feud with and beat Jerry Lawler for the AWA Southern Heavyweight Championship. After his run in the AWA, Brickhouse went to the Continental Wrestling Association where he would win the CWA Heavyweight Championship from Maxx Payne. During his career Brickhouse faced many notable wrestlers such as Jerry Lawler, Terry Funk, Scott Steiner, Tommy Rich, Daniel Briley, Rocky Johnson, Porkchop Cash, Iceman Parsons, Steve Doll, Tom Prichard, Jack Victory and "Dr. Death" Steve Williams. Brickhouse also worked with the New Age Wrestling Alliance, based out of Tennessee, as he held the NAWA Heavyweight Championship and the NAWA Tag Team Championship with the company's promoter CJ Stardust. In July 1995, Brown competed in at least two matches with the WWF, including separate TV tapings against Hunter Hearst Helmsley and Henry O. Godwinn.
Brown remains active in the independent scene, mainly in Tennessee and Mississippi.
In April 2017, Brown announced that he was diagnosed with stage four prostate cancer. By May, he had lost 90 lbs. and have trouble walking due to the cancer spreading throughout his body, and according to Brown, doctors gave him six months to a year to live. On June 16, a benefit show was held in Memphis to raise money for Brown's cancer treatments.