|Cena_mark - 2015-10-16 |
What about Rick?
Yeah. I just mean the title, tags, and description don't recognize him.
Thanks. After all, Rick was used as a human wrecking ball here.
We love Scott Steiner more, because he went insane after he bleached his hair
|EvilHomer - 2015-10-16 |
Who are these people? Why is this submission tagged "wrestling"? I think Scott Steiner was in the WWE for a year or two, but he was never a WWE superstar, and I really don't think that brief stint qualifies him as a wrestler.
Actually Homer, they wrestled in college, WCW, ECW, TNA, Global Force Wrestling, as well as many independents. They even had a brief stint in WWF in 95.
blue vein steel
Steiner not a wrestler? Like Cena mentioned, the Steiners have been in the business nearly continuously since the 80s. Scott eventually became, arguably, TNA's biggest draw. While lacking the mainstream recognition of some bigger superstars, Scott has been a fan favorite for a long time, mainly for the completely bonkers promos he can cut at the drop of a hat. Also, a guy with his build being able to pull off moves like the Frankensteiner was really impressive (when he still could).
Ohhhh yeah. Wasn't that the WWE's farm league, waaaay back when? You know, the place where Vince's underlings trained prospective WWE talent, in hopes that one day the small-timers could be molded into real wrestlers?
Scott Steiner was in that league? How did he do?
It looks like they're tearing down an old one and opening up a brand new one close by.
Homer, don't pretend you don't know what WCW was. I stopped watching wrestling when WCW closed down. I didn't watch it again until 2005 when John Cena became THE MAN!
I know what WCW was. I said I know what WCW was. It was that farm league the WWE used to scout for talent.
Still doesn't make the Steiner brothers wrestlers, though!
|Scrimmjob - 2015-10-16 |
We had a Shoneys many moons ago, pretty much everything about it was totally gross. It somehow seems appropriate that the Steiner Bro's should be the mascots.
Oh! I looked it up and it's named after Bobs Big Boy's founder. I got stranded in Kentucky once and was excited to see a Big Boy but it was the most depressing dining experience I've experienced, and I've eaten top ramen in the bathroom made from hot bath water because the power was out.
|Jim Quin - 2015-10-16 |
That's the fastest I've seen Scott Steiner move in fifteen years.
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