In the 1990s, he appeared in the World Wrestling Federation. He was the manager of The Blu Brothers and, later, Justin "Hawk" Bradshaw.
On February 11, 2013, Zebekiah returned to WWE under the name of Zeb Colter, where he managed Jack Swagger. Colter received his first match on the April 1 edition of Raw against Alberto Del Rio, but seemed unable to actually wrestle. He ended up losing by disqualification and then he and Jack Swagger attacked Del Rio, repeatedly smacking him with Ricardo's crutches, who stayed at ringside and caused a distraction after Del Rio had told him to stay out of danger. On the April 8 episode of Raw, Colter teamed with Swagger in a Handicap match against Del Rio, though Colter never officially entered the ring, they were defeated by Del Rio by submission on Swagger. On the April 29 episode of Raw, Colter was involved in a triple-threat match with Rodriguez and Big E Langston (representing Dolph Ziggler), with the winner being able to determine the stipulation for the World Heavyweight Championship match at Extreme Rules. Colter lost the match after being pinned by Rodriguez. On the June 17th episode of Raw, after Jack Swagger suffered a hand injury, Colter aligned himself with Antonio Cesaro, who after defeating William Regal, covered him with the Gadsden flag. He did the same to Sin Cara the next week. Upon Swagger's return, Colter paired he and Cesaro as "The Real Americans." Both competed in the World Heavyweight Championship Money in the Bank ladder match but were unsuccessful. In October, Colter and the Real Americans began a feud with the new Latino tag team Los Matadores, claiming (as he had previously with Del Rio) that they had illegally entered the country. Colter feuded personally with El Torito, who gored him twice in the run-up to the event. Los Matadores defeated the Real Americans by pinfall at the Hell in a Cell PPV.