He debuted in World Championship Wrestling (WCW) as Ron Simmons' mystery partner at Clash of the Champions XXI on November 18, 1992. He also had a brief reign as World Tag Team Champion with Marcus Bagwell in October 1993. Although he was released in 1994, Scorpio competed on the WCW-promoted pay-per-view AAA When Worlds Collide, and the WCW joint produced pay-per-view Kollision in Korea in 1994 and 1995 respectively.

Scaggs made his WWF debut on November 17 at Survivor Series under the name Flash Funk. During his time there, his gimmick involved dancing, wearing a zoot suit, and being accompanied to the ring by his "Fly Girls" or "Funkettes" (years before the WWF would debut an admitted pimp, The Godfather, who was accompanied by his "hoes"). He later reverted to the Scorpio name teaming with WCW teammate and friend Ron Simmons as well as Terry Funk through most of 1998. He would soon after become a member of Al Snow's J.O.B. Squad, but it wasn't a success. In late 1998, Flash Funk competed in the WWF's Brawl for All tournament, replacing Ken Shamrock. He lost in the quarterfinals to The Godfather, however. In early 1999, Scorpio requested time off due to personal problems, but was instead released.

On the 15th anniversary of WWE Raw on December 10, 2007, Scaggs, as Flash Funk, participated in a battle royal where he eliminated Steve Blackman while simultaneously eliminating himself in the process.

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