Scott Steiner

Scott Carl Rechsteiner (born July 29, 1962) is an American professional wrestler better known by his ring name Scott Steiner. Steiner is perhaps best known for his appearances with World Championship Wrestling (WCW) alongside his older brother Rick as The Steiner Brothers and as a member of the New World Order (nWo). He is also known for his appearances with Jim Crockett Promotions (JCP), the World Wrestling Federation / Entertainment (WWF/E) and Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (TNA). In the 1990s and 2000s, Steiner competed in pay-per-view main events in the WWF, WCW and TNA.

While in WCW, Steiner became a one time WCW World Heavyweight Champion, a two time WCW United States Champion, a two time WCW World Television Champion, and won the WCW Triple Crown Championship. He won a second world championship, the WWA World Heavyweight Championship, in 2002.

Steiner's greatest success has come as a tag team wrestler, as he is a twelve time World Tag Team Champion (seven times in World Championship Wrestling, two times in the World Wrestling Federation and two times in New Japan Pro Wrestling with Rick and one time in Total Nonstop Action Wrestling with Booker T), a one time U.S. Tag Team Champion with Rick in WCW, and a one time Ring Ka King Tag Team Champion with Abyss. All totaled, between WCW, WWF/E, NJPW, and TNA/Ring Ka King, Steiner has won 19 championships.

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... Sting lost to Scott Steiner in a Falls Count Anywhere match at The Great American Bash after he was attacked by Steiner's three pet dogs backstage and Steiner forced the referee to prematurely declare himself the ... next several months, Sting feuded with Goldberg, Rick Steiner, Vicious, and Savage ... Along with Goldberg, Sting and Hogan feuded with Nash, Vicious, and Rick Steiner for the next month ...
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... of the evening, The All-Americans, consisting of Lex Luger, The Undertaker, and The Steiner Brothers (Rick and Scott), competed against the Foreign Fanatics (Yokozuna, Ludvig Borga, Quebecer Jacques, and Crush) ... Scott Steiner and Jacques began the match, but Scott soon tagged in his brother Rick ... Crush faced Scott Steiner inside the ring, but Randy Savage then appeared in the aisle trying to get to the ring but was restrained by officials and The Smoking Gunns ...
Scott Steiner - Championships and Accomplishments - Professional Wrestling
... States Tag Team Championship (1 time) – with Rick Steiner NWA (Mid-Atlantic version)/WCW World Tag Team Championship (7 times) – with Rick Steiner WCW United States Heavyweight Championship (2 times ... Wrestling Federation WWF World Tag Team Championship (2 times) – with Rick Steiner Wrestling Observer Newsletter awards Best Wrestling Maneuver (1989, 1990) Match of the Year (1991 ...

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