Following SummerSlam King Mabel got involved in the ongoing feud between Yokozuna and The Undertaker, helping Yokozuna attack a downed Undertaker. During the course of the attack, Mabel hit several leg drops to Undertaker's face, legitimately fracturing his orbital bone and putting him out of action for two months. The Undertaker returned wearing a Phantom of the Opera-style mask and, defeated King Mabel in a Casket match After this match, Frazier's push came to an end
On July 6, 1998, Mabel made a surprise return to the WWF to unsuccessfully challenge the new King of the Ring, Ken Shamrock.
He made his full-time return in 1999, where he was kidnapped by The Undertaker, his Acolytes (Bradshaw and Faarooq) and Mideon. The next night on RAW, he was reintroduced as Viscera, and began acting as the Ministry of Darkness' enforcer, adopting a gothic look in the process, including white-out contact lenses, and a bleached mohawk After the July 1999 break up of the Ministry, Viscera went on to win the WWF Hardcore Championship He also feuded with Mark Henry after body splashing Henry's girlfriend, Mae Young, before he was released from his WWF contract in August 2000
Frazier, as Viscera, returned to the WWF now WWE in 2004, surprise attacking former Ministry of Darkness leader, The Undertaker, with fellow former Ministry member Gangrel, at the command of former Ministry Acolyte, JBL Viscera The World's Largest Love Machine began wrestling in pajamas and making overtly sexual gestures in the ring. He became smitten with Raw ring announcer Lilian Garcia and tried to seduce her every week.
next Viscera was sent from the Raw brand to ECW Three weeks later, he debuted on ECW as Big Daddy V, as "hired muscle" in the employ of Matt Striker, arriving just in time to help Striker in his rivalry with The Boogeyman. After disposing of The Boogeyman, Big Daddy V defeated Tommy Dreamer to become the number one contender for the ECW Championship at No Mercy. There, he lost to CM Punk by disqualification, when Striker interfered in the match. He then feuded with SmackDown's Kane and He participated in the No Way Out Elimination Chamber match, but was eliminated early.
He wrestled his last WWE match on March 11, 2008, for an episode of ECW losing to CM Punk in a Money in the Bank qualifier. Frazier was released from his WWE contract on August 8, 2008, On February 18, 2014, Frazier died of a heart attack, four days after turning 43.