Stephen Nathaneil Ketcher (born September 20, 1957) is a former American Professional wrestler known best by the ring name Steve Gatorwolf.

Ketcher grew up in Florida, where he dropped out of high school in 1976 and later became a professional wrestler. He wrestled in the WWF from 1984 through 1990, mostly as a preliminary talent|preliminary wrestler. His planned push ended abruptly after his first televised match, where he forgot to perform a "war dance" after his match. He was relegated to "jobber" status, though he appeared in the music video for the song "Land of 1,000 Dances" from The Wrestling Album. Following his WWF tenure, he began promoting wrestling evens in the southwestern United States, mostly on American Indian tribal lands. He later branched out into unsanctioned "Toughman" and mixed martial arts events, and was arrested in Utah in 2008 for illegal fight club promoting. He had previously served two years in a Utah prison for aggravated assault convictions in 2001.

On May 8, 2014, Ketcher turned himself into the sheriff's department of Clay County, FL. He was wanted on a warrant issued in Mesa County, CO for seven felony counts of sexual assault of a child and seven counts of sexual assault against a 15-year-old girl who was the daughter of his friend. Mesa County authorities believe that Ketcher fled the state after being summoned for questioning, and Florida authorities were later notified, as Ketcher has family in the state and had been spotted in a casino. Law enforcement had undertaken a campaign in Jacksonville in an attempt to locate him. At the time of his arrest, he was not involved with professional wrestling in any capacity, and was working as a long-haul truck driver.

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