I heard of him cause Bret Hart talks about him in his book. Bret says he made the guy look so good in a match that Vince considered having Hogan pass the torch to him but after he had a match without Bret Vince saw him for how bad he was and fired him
When I first saw this guy as a kid I thought this was the perfect man. Not only he looked good, not he was one of the true World's strongest man but he was a black belt in karate and was an acrobatic marvel! He did an interview with legendary wrestler "Edouard Carpentier" who was had been one of the best wrestler alive but was known to doing flips as trade-marks and Ed said McGee was his student(lol). After the interview, in the studio, McGee proceeded to do a flip on the spot! I thought alright this guy is my favorite wrestler. And then I never saw him wrestled as he disappeared!
I think he was the perfect man, a genuine ultimate fighter or warrior was strong, good-looking athletic. But was useless to turn it into money. Because I doubt he could have been in movies as he wouldn't been much of an actor either. The only thing he could have done is do a Wild Bill-type novelty show, doing spetacles of what he can do. Maybe do something in Las Vegas? Do feat of strength mixed with some skits and some humour. Or have him fight guys in a pre-UFC type battles. He had everything yet proceeded to become a gym trainer? What a waste. The greatest example of 15 minutes of fame ever.