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    Thread: Big Papa Pump

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      Default Big Papa Pump

      Whatever happened to this guy?? I thought he should of competed. That dude was on super swole status

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      you got any pics for us?

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      He still wrestles some on TNA wrestling, he is suffering from a bad back along with other things.

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      I remember that guy from way back

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      from what i read scott had a injury in P.R. will most likely return to TNA

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      Yeah he was a big dude. He does still wrestle on TNA.

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      ya that guy is crazy big. he should go back to WWE.

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      Damn Big Papa Pump . Huge biceps/triceps , man that cat used to be all over the ring. Found some stats on Scott thanks From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia : 6 ft 1 in , 280 lb ,Steiner attended the University of Michigan on a wrestling scholarship, earning a degree in education. Steiner was an All-American at the University of Michigan, and placed second in the Big Ten Conference in his sophomore, junior, and senior years.[citation needed] In his senior year, Steiner placed sixth in the 190 lb (86 kg) weight class of the 1986 National Collegiate Athletic Association championships.[citation needed]

      After graduating, Steiner turned professional, training under The Sheik and debuting in the Indianapolis, Indiana-based World Wrestling Association in 1986 as Scott Rexsteiner which was a variation of the spelling of his real last name. On August 14, 1986 in Dearborn, Michigan, Steiner defeated "The Great Wojo" Greg Wojciechowski for the WWA World Heavyweight Championship. He held the title until May 3, 1987, when he lost to Wojciechowski in Toledo, Ohio. Steiner then formed a tag team with Jerry Graham, Jr. and the partners defeated Chris Carter and Mohammad Saad with their manager, The Dark Angel, for the WWA Tag Team Championship on October 6, 1987. Their reign ended in Toledo on December 6, 1987 when they lost to Carter and Don Kent. [1]

      In 1988, Steiner joined the Memphis, Tennessee-based Continental Wrestling Association and wrestled under his real name. He formed a tag team with Billy Joe Travis, and the duo defeated the Cuban Choir Boys for the CWA Tag Team Championship on May 29, 1988. Their reign ended on June 6, 1988 when they lost to Gary Young and Don Bass. Steiner and Travis regained the titles on June 27, 1988, but lost to the Rock 'n' Roll RPMs (Mike Davis and Tommy Lane) on August 15, 1988. Steiner formed a new tag team with Jed Grundy, and on February 18, 1989 they defeated CWA Tag Team Champions Robert Fuller and Jimmy Golden. Steiner's third and final reign ended on February 25, 1989 when Fuller and Golden regained the titles, and he left the CWA soon after. Steiner went on to form a tag team with his brother Rick known as the Steiner Brothers. [1] Scott Steiner made his debut at Starrcade '88: True Grit, cheering on his brother Rick as Rick defeated Mike Rotunda for the NWA World Television Championship. After Rick lost the belt back to Rotundo at Chi-Town Rumble, Scott and Rick began teaming together in tag team matches.

      On November 1, 1989 in Atlanta, Georgia, the Steiner Brothers defeated the Fabulous Freebirds (Michael "P.S." Hayes and Jimmy Garvin) for the NWA World Tag Team Championship. They held the titles until May 19, 1990, when they were defeated by Doom (Butch Reed and Ron Simmons) in Washington, D.C. at Capital Combat. [1]

      The Steiner Brothers defeated The Midnight Express (Bobby Eaton and Stan Lane) for the NWA United States Tag Team Championship on August 24, 1990 in East Rutherford, New Jersey. During their title reign, World Championship Wrestling withdrew from the National Wrestling Alliance in January 1991, and the title was renamed the WCW United States Tag Team Championship. Upon winning the WCW World Tag Team Championship on February 18, 1991, the Steiners vacated the WCW United States Tag Team Championship on February 20, 1991. After the Steiner Brothers won the IWGP World Tag Team Championship from Hiroshi Hase and Kensuke Sasaki on March 21, 1991, WCW announcers began referring to them as "Triple Crown Champions". [1]

      At the same time, Scott Steiner was being groomed as a singles performer. On WCW's weekend TBS shows (WCW Power Hour, WCW Saturday Night, and WCW Main Event), there was a special "gauntlet" match segment where a performer was picked to wrestle a top star on each show on that weekend, winning the sum of $10,000 USD (kayfabe) if they defeated all three. Steiner was the first announced to run the gauntlet with his first opponent being Ric Flair. By way of backfiring interference by the Four Horsemen, Steiner beat Flair by pinfall. He would then get a title match against Flair at Clash of the Champions XIV: Dixie Dynamite on January 30, 1991, which ended in a time limit draw. Steiner would go on to win the WCW World Television Championship on September 29, 1992, and began teasing a heel turn, which was aborted upon the Steiner Brothers leaving WCW for the World Wrestling Federation after being lowballed on their contract renewal by then-WCW head Bill Watts. [1] [2]


      [edit] World Wrestling Federation (1992-1994)
      The Steiner Brothers left WCW in November 1992, with Scott vacating the WCW World Television Championship. They quickly signed contracts with the World Wrestling Federation, making their televised debut in an interview on the December 21, 1992 edition of WWF Prime Time Wrestling as babyfaces. They also appeared on the debut episode of Monday Night RAW on January 11, 1993. They made their WWF pay-per-view debut on January 24, 1993 at the 1993 Royal Rumble, defeating the Beverly Brothers (Blake and Beau). At WrestleMania IX on April 4, 1993, the Steiner Brothers defeated The Headshrinkers (Samu and Fatu). [1]

      Following WrestleMania IX, the Steiner Brothers began feuding with Money Inc. (Ted DiBiase and Irwin R. Schyster). At King of the Ring 1993 on June 13, 1993, the Steiner Brothers and The Smokin' Gunns (Billy and Bart) defeated The Headshrinkers and Money Inc. The following evening, on the June 14, 1993 episode of RAW, the Steiner Brothers defeated Money, Inc. for the WWF Tag Team Championship in Columbus, Ohio. Money, Inc. regained the titles on June 16, 1993 at a house show in Rockford, Illinois, but lost the titles to the Steiner Brothers once again at another house show on June 19, 1993 in St. Louis, Missouri. [1]

      The Steiner Brothers successfully defended their titles against The Heavenly Bodies (Tom Prichard and Jimmy Del Ray) on August 30, 1993 at SummerSlam 1993. On the September 13, 1993 episode of RAW in New York, New York, the Steiner Brothers defended their titles against The Quebecers (Jacques and Pierre) in a "Province of Quebec rules" match, wherein titles can change hands via disqualification. The match ended when the manager of The Quebecers, Johnny Polo, threw a hockey stick into the ring, which was caught by Scott. When the referee saw Scott holding the illegal weapon, he disqualified the Steiner Brothers, thus awarding the WWF Tag Team Titles to The Quebecers. Scott gained a measure of revenge by defeating Pierre in a singles match the following week on RAW. [1]

      At the 1993 Survivor Series on November 24, 1993, the Steiner Brothers teamed with Lex Luger and The Undertaker as "The All-Americans". The All-Americans defeated their opponents, "The Foreign Fanatics" (Yokozuna, Crush, Ludvig Borga, and Jacques), although Luger was the sole survivor. [1]

      On January 22, 1994, both Steiners entered the 1994 Royal Rumble, with Scott entering at number one. After Rick entered at number three, the brothers cooperated until being eliminated by Owen Hart and Diesel respectively. The Steiners had incurred the ire of the WWF booking team by refusing to fight one another during the Royal Rumble, and they left the promotion in mid-1994. [1]


      [edit] Extreme Championship Wrestling (1995)
      The Steiner Brothers debuted in Extreme Championship Wrestling on July 28, 1995 at the Orange County Fairgrounds in Middletown, New York, defeating Dudley Dudley and Vampire Warrior. They next appeared with ECW in The Flagstaff on August 4, 1995 in Jim Thorpe, Pennsylvania, defeating Dudley Dudley and 2 Cold Scorpio. The Steiner Brothers made their debut in the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, ECW Arena on August 5, 1995 at Wrestlepalooza 1995, teaming with Eddie Guerrero in a loss to Scorpio, Dean Malenko, and Cactus Jack. On August 25, 1995 in Jim Thorpe they defeated Scorpio and Malenko, and they went on to defeat Scorpio and Chris Benoit the following evening. On August 28, 1995, they defeated Dudley Dudley and Dances With Dudley in the Big Apple Dinner Theater in Kennett Square, Pennsylvania. [3]

      At Gangstas' Paradise on September 16, 1995, the Steiner Brothers joined forces with Taz in a loss to The Eliminators (John Kronus and Perry Saturn) and Jason. On September 23, 1995 in Middletown, they defeated Raven and Stevie Richards. Scott Steiner made his final ECW appearance on October 28, 1995, teaming with Taz and losing to The Eliminators in a tag team match.


      [edit] World Championship Wrestling (1996-2001)
      The Steiner Brothers re-signed with WCW in 1996. They won the WCW World Tag Team Championship from Harlem Heat on July 24, 1996, but lost the titles to Harlem Heat just three days later. Following the formation of the New World Order (nWo), the Steiner Brothers began feuding with The Outsiders, who had won the WCW World Tag Team Championship from Harlem Heat. [1]

      The beginning of Scott Steiner's heel turn began in late 1997/early 1998 when Steiner, now with increased muscle mass, having cut his signature long hair, and sporting a goatee and a "blond Fu Manchu mustache", [4] started a feud with Buff Bagwell over who had the better physique, with both wrestlers showing off their enormous muscles to the public. Scott finalized his heel turn and joined the nWo at SuperBrawl VIII on February 22, 1998, by attacking his brother Rick while they were defending the WCW World Tag Team Championship against The Outsiders (Scott Hall and Kevin Nash); Steiner's heel turn enabled the Outsiders to regain the championship. The next night on Monday Nitro, he adopted a new gimmick that was somewhat reminiscent of "Superstar" Billy Graham, dyeing his hair and beard blond and increasing in muscle mass even further. [1]

      Upon turning heel, Scott adopted two new nicknames: "White Thunder" (referring to his bleached hair and goatee and his all-white wrestling gear) and "Superstar" (as a homage to "Superstar" Billy Graham"), including a black 'S' logo in the style of the Superman logo. However, WCW was forced to drop the "White Thunder" name upon receiving complaints from fans who thought the nickname had white supremacist connotations. He finally adopted the nickname "Big Poppa Pump", which many thought was inspired by "Big Daddy Cool", which was Kevin Nash's nickname in the WWF when he wrestled as Diesel. He remained a member of the nWo until the group disbanded in early 1999.

      Steiner remained a heel throughout most of 1999, feuding with wrestlers such as Goldberg, Diamond Dallas Page, Booker T, and cruiserweight Rey Misterio, Jr., and winning both the WCW United States Championship and WCW World Television Championship in the process. In late 1999, Steiner suffered a back injury and was removed from action. On an episode of WCW Monday Nitro in December 1999 in Houston, Texas, Steiner delivered an emotional speech in which he announced his retirement from professional wrestling. Later that evening, Steiner revealed himself to be in perfect health, turning on Sid Vicious. He went on to become an integral part of the reformed nWo in 2000. [1]

      After the nWo disbanded once again, Steiner became one of the central members of Vince Russo and Eric Bischoff's New Blood faction. On November 26, 2000 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, he defeated Booker T to win the WCW World Heavyweight Championship. It was during this time, that Steiner delivered many shoot promos on several wrestlers within WCW. He would regularly come out during every broadcast and deliver a shoot. One of these shoots was directed to Dallas Page's on air and off air wife, Kimberly Page. Shortly after, Kimberly and Steiner became embroiled in a backstage confrontation that resulted in Kimberly leaving WCW and the wrestling profession for good. Steiner also delivered a scathing shoot to Dallas Page which resulted in a vicious backstage fight between the two. The creative team, however, thought Steiner's promos were cutting edge, and they continued to push Steiner despite his terrible behavior. This series of pushes resulted in the biggest push of his career with him winning the World Heavyweight Championship. In January 2001, he became the centerpiece of Ric Flair's Magnificent Seven faction. [5]

      Steiner's feud with Booker T continued several months over several Pay-per-views until he lost the WCW World Heavyweight Championship to Booker on the final episode of WCW Monday Nitro on March 26, 2001. Unlike Booker T, Steiner did not join the WWF, instead opting to wait until his contract with AOL Time Warner expired later that year before seeking further employment. [6]


      [edit] World Wrestling All-Stars (2001-2002)
      After his contract with AOL-Time Warner expired in November 2001, Steiner joined the World Wrestling All-Stars, where he was reunited with Midajah. He appeared at WWA house shows in Europe and Australia throughout 2001 and 2002. At the third WWA pay-per-view, The Eruption, on April 12, 2002 in the Rod Laver Arena in Melbourne, Australia, Steiner challenged Nathan Jones for the WWA World Heavyweight Championship. Despite the presence of WWA Commissioner Sid at ringside, Steiner was able to cheat his way to a victory, striking Jones with the title belt and then pinning him. Steiner held the belt for several months, although never defending it, before vacating the title in November 2002 and leaving WWA for World Wrestling Entertainment. [6]

      In one of his last appearances before re-joining WWE, Steiner teamed with his brother Rick to defeat Hiroshi Tanahashi and Kensuke Sasaki on May 2, 2002 in Japan at the New Japan Pro Wrestling thirtieth Anniversary show in a match refereed by Joanie Laurer.


      [edit] World Wrestling Entertainment (2002-2004)
      Steiner signed a three year contract with World Wrestling Entertainment in October 2002, and returned to WWE television as a face, at the 2002 Survivor Series in Madison Square Garden on November 17. On that night, he squashed Matt Hardy and Christopher Nowinski in an unofficial match. Over the following weeks, General Managers Eric Bischoff and Stephanie McMahon both courted Steiner, with each trying to sign Steiner to their respective brand, RAW or SmackDown!. Bischoff was ultimately successful after McMahon rejected Steiner's advances. [6]

      Once on RAW, Steiner quickly began a feud with World Champion Triple H, culminating in title matches at the 2003 Royal Rumble and at No Way Out 2003. Steiner won the former match by disqualification after Triple H attacked referee Earl Hebner and lost the latter match by pinfall following interference from Triple H's stable Evolution. The matches gained a degree of infamy after Steiner botched several moves, including an attempted butterfly suplex.

      Following the title matches, Steiner was moved down the card, and formed a tag team with Test, with Stacy Keibler as their manager. The team was together for several months and had feuds with other teams such as La Resistance. The tag team separated after Test turned heel due to his misogynistic treatment of his manager, Stacy Keibler. Steiner defeated Test in a grudge match to win the managerial services of Keibler at Bad Blood 2003 on June 15, 2003, but lost her back to Test in a rematch on the August 18, 2003 episode of RAW. At Unforgiven 2003 on September 21, 2003, Steiner faced Test with Keibler's managerial services on the line once again, with the stipulation that Steiner become Test's manservant if he lost. Steiner was defeated following a mistake by Keibler, and the tag team was reunited. After another mistake by Keibler cost the partners a tag team bout on the September 29, 2003 episode of RAW, a frustrated Steiner turned heel by belly to belly suplexing Keibler. Steiner and Test teamed together, with Keibler their reluctant manager, until the December 1, 2003 episode of RAW, when Co-General Manager Mick Foley "fired" Test, emancipating Keibler in the process. Steiner was removed from television, and suffered an injury in 2004, sidelining him for two months. While he was injured, WWE negotiated a contractual release, and Steiner left the promotion on August 17, 2004.


      [edit] Independent Circuit (2005)
      Steiner underwent foot surgery in July 2004, having six screws inserted into his foot, a tendon transplant, and a bone graft, then convalesced, wearing a cast for eight months. He returned to the ring on August 28, 2005 in Asheville, North Carolina for the Universal Championship Wrestling independent promotion, teaming with his brother Rick to defeat Disco Inferno and Jeff Lewis. Scott Steiner wrestled briefly for the LAW promotion where he worked alongside Buff Bagwell and feuded briefly with tag team Fame and Fortune. [7] [8] [9]


      [edit] Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (2006-)
      Sporting a new chest tattoo, Steiner debuted in Total Nonstop Action Wrestling on March 12, 2006 at Destination X 2006. His debut fulfilled Jeff Jarrett's claim that he would bring a new wrestler to TNA in order to counter the presence of Steve "Sting" Borden. At Destination X, Steiner broke Sting's Scorpion Deathlock on Jarrett and then applied his own Steiner Recliner to Sting, enabling Jarrett to recover and then break a guitar over Sting's head.

      Steiner made his TNA iMPACT! debut on March 18, 2006, identifying himself as Jarrett's bodyguard. In subsequent weeks, Steiner (who had ostensibly not been signed to a contract) began attacking members of the TNA roster, demanding to be hired. At Lockdown 2006 on April 23, 2006, Steiner, Jarrett, and America's Most Wanted lost to Sting, A.J. Styles, Ron Killings, and Rhino in a Lethal Lockdown match.

      Following the defeat, Steiner and Jarrett challenged Sting and any partner of his choosing to face them at TNA Sacrifice 2006 on May 14, 2006. Sting teased three potential partners (Buff Bagwell, Lex Luger and Steiner's brother Rick Steiner) before revealing his chosen partner to be Samoa Joe. Sting and Joe went on to defeat Steiner and Jarrett at Sacrifice. After failing to defeat Sting to qualify for the third King of the Mountain match, Steiner faced, and lost to, Samoa Joe in a singles bout at Slammiversary 2006. At Victory Road 2006, Steiner faced Samoa Joe, Sting, and Christian Cage in a four way bout for the number one contendership to Jarrett's NWA World Heavyweight Championship; the match was won by Sting, who pinned Steiner, and Steiner resumed his role as Jarrett's bodyguard. Steiner then faced Christian Cage on the August 10 edition of Impact and was in Jeff Jarrett's corner at Hard Justice.

      After Hard Justice, Steiner's short term contract expired and an agreement could not be reached on an extension. After briefly parting ways with TNA and working the independent circuit, Steiner re-signed with the company in January 2007.

      On February 8, 2007, Steiner returned to TNA and revealed himself to be the "special consultant" to NWA Champion Christian Cage in Cage's match with Kurt Angle at Against All Odds and joining Christian's Coalition. He appeared at TNA Against All Odds where he played a major role in the match by introducing a lead pipe. After the match Scott Steiner suffered from a head injury requiring stitches. He suffered the injury via the chair shot he received from Samoa Joe.

      Steiner then started a feud with Kurt Angle after costing him the NWA World title at Against All Odds. Steiner eliminated Angle in a Gauntlet Match where the winner would face then champion Christian Cage at Destination X. Steiner would then lose to Angle at Destination X.

      At Lethal Lockdown, Scott Steiner was part of Team Cage as they battled Team Angle. Steiner was hailed for the return of the er, a move he became famous for in the 1990s.

      At Sacrifice, Steiner was reunited with the returning Rick Steiner. The Steiner Brothers were scheduled to wrestle Team 3D in a "dream match" at Slammiversary, but Scott Steiner suffered a throat injury while wrestling Apolo at a TNA house show in San Juan, Puerto Rico on June 3, 2007. Steiner was hospitalized for several weeks, with Road Warrior Animal replacing him in the scheduled tag team bout at Slammiversary. [10] Steiner returned to TNA on July 15, 2007 at Victory Road, costing Brother Ray a match. He revealed on the July 20, 2007 edition of TNA Today that he was initially given 5 hours to live by doctors, and showed off an 18-inch scar.[11]

      Damn ... Is he still going ?

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      scott steiner, shit i remember when him and rick were tag team partners. he was all small. must have gotten his hands on some good shit when he blew up. he was never puny but not ever large

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