|Born||July 29, 1962|
|In WWE Games|
|First Games||WWE WrestleFest|
Scott Steiner BioEdit
It’s hard to believe that the Scott Steiner who ruled the tag ranks alongside his brother, Rick, and the Scott Steiner who later dubbed himself the “Big Bad Booty Daddy” were the same man. But in a career that spanned more than three decades, the collegiate standout from the University of Michigan dominated sports-entertainment as both an innovative member of The Steiner Brothers and a hulking, loudmouthed gym rat who bleached his hair white and reinvented himself as an aggressive ladies man known as “Big Poppa Pump.”
At Survivor Series 2002, Steiner returned to WWE with SmackDown General Manager Stephanie McMahon and Raw General Manager Eric Bischoff fighting over his contract. Ultimately, Big Poppa Pump joined Raw and set his sights on World Heavyweight Champion Triple H. After unsuccessful bids for the title, Steiner joined former WCW colleague Stacy Keibler and formed a tag team with Test. Eventually an injury sidelined Steiner in 2004 and he did not return to WWE.
Boasting an impressive resume of both tag team and singles success, Big Poppa Pump is one of the most memorable competitors and personalities in WWE history. His agility and strength were a dominant combination inside the squared circle and one thing was always certain, “Big Poppa Pump is your hook up. Holler, if you hear me.”