Bald of Evil/Bald of Awesome: Depending on his heel/face alignment at the time. He actually had hair until right after the Eliminators defeated Cactus Jack and Mikey Whipwreck for the ECW World Tag Team Titles. Francine, then the manager for the Pitbulls, walked up to them to tell them how much she loved men with gold. This was a setup, of course, enabling the Pitbulls to attack and shave Saturn's head.
A God Am I: Saturn was the name of the Roman god of the harvest. Cronus was the Greek equivalent. They originally considered calling the team the Harvesters of Sorrow but Lawler told them that people wouldn't get the reference.
He's Back: Returned to wrestling in 2011 after an absence of several years due to homelessness and methamphetamine addiction brought on by being shot in the neck. (See Badass Bystander above.)
I Know Karate: And Judo, too. Joey Styles mentioned the Eliminators' martial arts background during the match with the Dudleys at ECW Barely Legal, and Saturn referenced it in promos running down Glacier in WCW.
Lightning Bruiser: Aerial ability, technical ability and you want to talk strength? He hit the Saturn Bomb on Big Dick Dudley and defeated Reese, aka the Yeti of the Dungeon of Doom, who's 7'3 and over 400 lbs., in Reese's last WCW match, on the June 29, 1998, WCW Monday Nitro, with a Death Valley Driver.
Our Gargoyles Rock: As Goldberg and future Flock member Scotty Riggs made their way to the ring for their match on the October 13, 1997 Nitro (4-0), the camera noticed Raven and Saturn and the as-yet-unnamed Sick Boy sitting together in the crowd. Announcer Tony Schiavone said that Saturn was "sitting there like a gargoyle." He later introduced a top-rope head-and-arm suplex called the "Gargoyleplex". On the February 21, 1998 WCW Saturday Night, Lodi held up a sign that read "Saturn the Gargoyle." On the March 12th WCW Thunder, Lodi held up a sign that read "Saturn: Ultimate Gargoyle."