Scott Steiner Comments On WWE Return After Years Of Bad Blood


WWE Hall of Famer Scott Steiner has spoken out about being inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame this month after years of bad blood with the company.

Scott, alongside his brother Rick, were inducted in the ceremony on April 1st and were inducted by Rick’s son – current WWE NXT 2.0 Champion Bron Breakker.

Since his 2004 release, Scott has spent years trashing WWE, especially Triple H and Stephanie McMahon.

Two years ago, Steiner said that “The Game” was “a p*ssy” who got ahead by “banging the boss’s daughter.”

Speaking to the Detroit News, Steiner spoke about the induction saying:

“You’ve gotta’ let it go, you can’t harbor all the bad feelings. You’ve gotta’ grow up.”

Steiner also discussed his transformation into Big Poppa Pump saying:

“I knew I had to go in a totally different direction, so I just totally flipped the switch. In amateur wrestling, you really didn’t talk too much trash. Wrestling is a humbling experience: if you get too big, you’ll get beat. So I had always had that mindset. But after a while, once I saw everything in the business, the politics, I had a totally different mindset than when I broke in. I had a whole different attitude, it was more of a rage. And that’s what came out.”

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