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#1 Posted on
Next week on Confidential, they're going to air an interview with none other than Scott Steiner.

(edited by tomvejada on 3.11.02 0548)

(edited by tomvejada on 3.11.02 0611)

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Yes!! Finally we get to play the "what's the Booty Daddy saying" game! Set your VCRs!



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#3 Posted on
Bugger. We don't get Confidential over in Blighty.
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Since: 21.9.02
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#4 Posted on
I hope they slip truth serum into his coffee before the interview then ask him about Flair and DDP.



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#5 Posted on
Hopefully, they'll at least show the two times Sid got into the ring with Scott and ended up with career threatening/ending injuries. Besides that, get the retard/english dictionary out for Scott's interview.



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#6 Posted on | Instant Rating: 6.41

Things I'd love to hear about:

1. The road rage incident

2. The carpet guy incident

3. The night Bagwell broke his neck

4. carelessly stiffing jobbers and mid-carders

5. the feud with Bill Watts

6. Big Poppa Pump vs. Superstar Billy Graham

7. feuding with Doom and Robin Green/Woman





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#7 Posted on
    Originally posted by odessasteps

    Things I'd love to hear about:

    1. The road rage incident

    2. The carpet guy incident

    3. The night Bagwell broke his neck

    4. carelessly stiffing jobbers and mid-carders

    5. the feud with Bill Watts

    6. Big Poppa Pump vs. Superstar Billy Graham

    7. feuding with Doom and Robin Green/Woman




You got your facts a little mixed up. Buff Bagwell was the one that roughed up the carpet guy. Buff broke Rick Steiner's neck on Thunder. Rick was the one who had the rep for being highly careless in the ring, even though Scotty was very stiff.

(edited by dskillz on 3.11.02 1902)


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#8 Posted on
I thought Buff was the one whose neck got broken...
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#9 Posted on
You're right, it was Buff.



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#10 Posted on
I can't wait to see how this goes. There are many possibilities for how it could go. It could either be an awesome, revealing look at Scott Steiner from the time he's been inactive...or it could "Superstar Scott Steiner vs The English Language" (tm CRZ). Either way, Confidential next week is not to be missed.




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#11 Posted on
As I recall Buff broke his own neck by landing on Rick's shoulder when doing the blockbuster..

Looking forward to reading the review. Should make some fun stuff.
One thing left me wondering. Everybody always seems kinda negative on Steiner, yet all the statements on WWE.com mention he is a great pro, and nice to have around, and actually a help to the young guys?

now ofcourse this might be WWE spin doctoring but they didnt do that with previous brought in guys..




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#12 Posted on | Instant Rating: 6.41

    Originally posted by dskillz
      Originally posted by odessasteps

      Things I'd love to hear about:

      1. The road rage incident

      2. The carpet guy incident

      3. The night Bagwell broke his neck

      4. carelessly stiffing jobbers and mid-carders

      5. the feud with Bill Watts

      6. Big Poppa Pump vs. Superstar Billy Graham

      7. feuding with Doom and Robin Green/Woman




    You got your facts a little mixed up. Buff Bagwell was the one that roughed up the carpet guy. Buff broke Rick Steiner's neck on Thunder. Rick was the one who had the rep for being highly careless in the ring, even though Scotty was very stiff.

    (edited by dskillz on 3.11.02 1902)



Wasn't Steiner with Bagwell when the carpet guy incident happened? That was to what I was referring.

I always got the impression both Steiners were stiff, especially to those lower than them on the schedule. Remember when they potatoed Iizuda (sp) on one of the mid-1990s PPVs? I recall writing an angry letter to Meltzer championing the arrival of Doc and Gordy to WCW, in hopes they would give the Steiners some of their own medicine.



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#13 Posted on
Buff was injured in a "Bulldog gone wrong" (according to CRZ's April 27, 1998 Nitro report. He doesn't say against who, but I am pretty sure it was Rick Steiner. The Thunder aired April 22, 1998.





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