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Scott Steiner Rips Triple H For Being A Mark & Beating Everyone From WCW

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• Old School WCW Veteran Celebrates His Birthday

Old School WCW Veteran David Flair (Real name: David Fliehr) celebrates his 41st birthday today.

David Flair is the son of Old School Wrestling Legend “The Nature Boy” Ric Flair, and the half brother of current WWE Diva Charlotte Flair.

David wrestled for Ted Turner’s WCW from 1999 until the promotion was sold to Vince McMahon in 2001.

He was under WWF developmental contract from 2001 till he was fired in 2002.

HAPPY BIRTHDAY DAVID FLAIR!

• Scott Steiner Rips Triple H For Being A Mark & Beating Everyone From WCW

During a recent interview with Sitting Ringside, former WCW World Heavyweight Champion “Big Poppa Pump” Scott Steiner was asked about his WWE run after WCW came to an end.

Below is what Steiner said:

“Same thing went wrong [for me] that went wrong for everyone else that went from WCW. Look what he did, Triple H beat everybody.

Kevin Nash went in and look what he did, he had a DQ and then he got beat. Sting got treated worse, he had one match with him and he was done.

That’s the thing when a guy’s a mark and he wants to beat everybody and he was a legitimate p*ssy. I mean, Wikipedia don’t lie. I mean seriously. Look what he’s done…nothing!

Then he got into professional wrestling and that was his time to shine. Of course, it does help banging the boss’ daughter so you know, he took advantage of everything that he could and he beat everyone from WCW. Why?!

They treated everyone like sh*t and we’re all in the same business. You know, wrestling is a small knit community, you know it’s a brotherhood. But you’re gonna treat us bad because we wrestled for somebody else? I mean it made no sense but now it’s biting them in the a$$.

They would kill — f***ing kill for half the ratings that they had when we had the Monday Night Wars. Look at em, it’s biting in the a$$ and f*ck them. They got what they deserved.”

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