Scott Steiner says he has a problem with those in charge at WWE, and questions the purpose of a Ric Flair statue.
Steiner last wrestled in WWE in 2004, he held the tag-team championship twice with his brother Rick Steiner but had more success in WCW. During an interview with YouTube channel Nick's Strength and Power, Steiner was asked if he ever wrestled at bodybuilding and fitness event the Arnold Sports Festival. The question sent Steiner on a line of discussion which was not favorable to Triple H and Stephanie McMahon. At one point he brought up the statue of Ric Flair which was revealed during Wrestlemania 33 weekend.
"Fuck the WWE," said Steiner. "Just who's in charge and who runs it, you know. There ain't two bigger douchebags than Triple H and Stephanie. Let me ask you something, Why did Triple H make a statue of Ric Flair? So where is it now? Where do you think it's at? There's no hall of fame, do you got an address for the Hall of Fame? Then where is it at?" he continued.
He then implied Triple H and Stephanie would keep the Flair statue and one of Randy Savage in the bedroom. In the rest of the interview, Steiner talked about bodybuilding, including his bicep size and never competing in bodybuilding. He said he never did bodybuilding because he went straight from college to professional wrestling. After WWE, Steiner went to Impact Wrestling (formerly known as TNA) and experienced success there. Now the fifty-four-year-old Steiner wrestles sporadically in independent promotions. He recently appeared at a set of Impact Wrestling's television tapings.
The rest of the interview can be found on the YouTube channel of Nick's Strength and Power.