On April 24 2010, Scott Steiner became the new WWC Universal Heavyweight Championship as seen in this photo.
During his wrestling career he's had a bunch of nicknames, and these are the places he used them:
"Big Poppa Pump", "Genetic Freak" and "Big Bad Booty Daddy" were all used in the NWO while wrestling for WCW.
He went by his government name Scott Rechsteiner when he wrestled in WWA.
Mostly all of his tag team matches have been with his Brother Rick. They had the most success in WCW where they were the tag champs 6 times.
He is a former world heaveyweight champion for:
Stars and Stripes Championship Wrestling (1 time), Worldwide Wrestling Alliance (1 time),
World Wrestling Association (1 time),
World Wrestling All-Stars (1 time) and
World Championship Wrestling (1 time).
In June of 2007, Scott suffered a throat injury while wrestling Puerto Rico.
In 2006, Steiner was listed at #151 on PWI Top 500 list for best singles wrestler of the year.
Scott appeared on the cover of the WWE RAW 2 X-Box game along side Bill Goldberg and Triple H. The game was released in September of 2003.
When the wrestling promotion WCW folded in 2001, Steiner had suffered what is called a drop foot.
Though many people think he's the older brother, Scott is younger than Rick Steiner by just one year.
He has has had quite a few managers and they were mostly women:
Tylene Buck - WCW
Ted DiBiase - WWF/E
Eddie Gilbert - WCW
Stacy Keibler - WWE
Midajah - WCW
Missy Hyatt - WCW
April Hunter - WCW
Scott's finishing move is:
The Steiner Recliner
Scott won his first ever title in 1986 and it was the WWA Heavyweight Title.
Scott said that during his stint in the WWE from 2002-2004 he felt that he and other former WCW guys were not treated right.
He was trained by legendary Hall of Famer, Ed Farhat aka The Original Sheik.
Scott Steiner is a well-traveled wrestler of the big 2. He was in WCW from 1989-1992, WWF in 1992-1994, back to WCW from 1996-2001, back to the WWF from 2002-2004.
Steiner attended the University of Michigan on a wrestling scholarship, earning a degree in education. Steiner was an All-American at University, and placed second in the Big Ten Conference in his sophomore, junior and senior years. In his senior year, Steiner placed sixth in the 190 lb (86 kg) weight class of the 1986 National Collegiate Athletic Association championships.
As of 2006 he wrestles on TNA iMPACT.
Scott Steiner (talking to AJ Styles): AJ Styles you are not man enough to go one on one with me and you do not have the size to go one on one with The Gentic Freak.
Scott Steiner: All I care about are my freaks and my peaks.
Scott Steiner: Big Poppa Pump is your hook-up...holla, if you hear me!
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