​Rick Steiner Looks Back At A Bar Fight Involving Himself, Haku, Rick Rude & Curt Hennig


During a recent interview with Hannibal TV, Rick Steiner revealed who he thought was the toughest man in pro wrestling. This led to Rick recalling a bar fight story involving himself, Haku, Curt “Mr. Perfect” Hennig and Rick Rude. The fight took place in St. Louis, MO and you can watch Rick tell the story himself below. He said,

“Back in the day I could give you a handful,” he said. “You got Haku — I’ve been in LA and some of those cities, I’ve been in St. Louis, and that thing he does it really works,” Steiner said. “We were sitting in a bar, me and Curt Hennig, St. Louis and these marines come in and they were drinking and by the end of the night one of them comes over and says ‘What are you guys hanging out with –‘ [Haku]. He thought he was black. I said ‘He ain’t black and if I was you I wouldn’t.’ He said ‘Well we’re marines and we’ll do whatever the hell we want.’ And I said ‘Not tonight, it’s gonna be a bad night if you guys do something to him.’ It just kept going worst downhill, downhill, and finally a couple went over and started messing with Haku and it was freaking kick, kick, and up in the throat. Then four or five of them were laying and the rest of them were looking, it was me, Curt, and Rude, and Rude took a couple guys out and it was over before it even got started.”


When asked about who else would make his “toughest men” list, Steiner said, “I would say Haku, you got Hawk, Dr. Death, even Billy Gun. He was a lefty, heavy hand man, he knocked some guys out cold.”

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