Big Poppa Pump Tag

Scott Steiner, who parted ways with TNA Wrestling in March, has continued to trash his former employer’s upper hierarchy via Twitter. In his latest series of messages, “Big Poppa Pump” slams Eric Bischoff and Hulk Hogan. “Big Poppa Pump” also takes digs at Bischoff’s wife Loree, who wrote a self-help book called Common Sense Happiness. He wrote: You say im old hogan says he wanted to bring me back right away,you two jackoffs need to get on The same page Seeing how scared you were when you saw the guysRead More

Posted On April 29, 2012By PWMania.com StaffIn News

Scott Steiner’s Latest Anti-TNA Rant; Urges Fans To Tweet Dixie

Scott Steiner is back with his latest anti-TNA rant. In addition to ripping the most recent episode of Impact, “Big Poppa Pump” is also urging fans to tweet Dixie Carter to voice their opinions. Here is his latest rant, starting last Thursday: “Lets keep the momentum going to save Tna and turn rhe channel when u see a hogan or b—hoff Segment wait 5 mins n turn it back,also keep tweeting Dixie that its time to save Tna “How appropiate the show ended with s–t… Im glad everybody is agreeingRead More

Posted On April 15, 2012By PWMania.com StaffIn News

Scott Steiner Continues Trashing Hulk Hogan & TNA’s Ratings

Scott Steiner, who parted ways with TNA Wrestling three weeks ago, has continued to fire off messages on Twitter trashing his former employer’s upper hierarchy, particularly Hulk Hogan. In a series of messages posted this weekend, “Big Poppa Pump” addresses Hulk Hogan and Thursday’s episode of Impact Wrestling drawing a poor rating. Steiner wrote Saturday: “Wtf hogan in the fantasy world u live in u need to get hookd on phonics so u can read “U stupid motherfucker,my tweets havent bn about what i believe, but about what u haveRead More

Posted On April 14, 2012By PWMania.com StaffIn News

Garett Bischoff Responds To Scott Steiner’s Negative Comments

Scott Steiner, who parted ways with TNA Wrestling two weeks ago, has continuously railed against Garett Bischoff in his Twitter rants against TNA Wrestling’s upper hierarchy. “Big Poppa Pump” feels that Garett’s cushy spot in the organization is brought on by nepotism rather than talent. In an apparent response to Steiner’s criticism, Garett wrote Thursday on Facebook: “Negative people will only try to drag you down to there negative level because they do not know how to rise up to your level! So wake up every day, put boots toRead More

Posted On April 11, 2012By PWMania.com StaffIn News

Steiner Continues Trashing TNA Executives, Slams Abyss Storyline

Scott Steiner, who parted ways with TNA Wrestling two weeks ago, has continued to fire off messages on his Twitter account trashing his former employer’s brain trust, particularly Hulk Hogan, Eric Bischoff and Bruce Prichard. He says TNA is sinking under their watch and their tactics have instilled fear among employees. “Big Poppa Pump” also sounds off on TNA not acknowledging the ratings success of Indian based promotion Ring Ka King, the Abyss brother storyline, Garett Bischoff, cutting costs in catering and more. Steiner says: With all the media coverageRead More
In a move that could mark the end of Scott Steiner’s two decade plus reign as a mainstream wrestler, the multi-time champion was released from his contract with TNA Wrestling last week. “Big Poppa Pump” slammed the organization’s creative direction Monday afternoon on his Twitter account in response to the termination.   “Can somebody send tna’s booking team of pritchard hogan (and) bischoff video’s from ring ka king..booking hogan in a sex tape wont help ratings..what an embarassment to TNA (and) spike tv. Brother…” he wrote via text.   TheRead More
Monday Night Mayhem with Scott Steiner Hosts: The Big Mosh and “The Chairman of the Board” Todd Vincent Airs every Monday at 6:00 P.M. (CT) Show available at www.MondayNightMayhem.com. His feelings on returning to TNA after an eleven-month absence: “Part of the reason was I don’t know why I left. That was not my decision, and obviously they brought me back to bring the ratings back. Now I’m here, and we can go out there and prove that I’m still the best.” Why he believes Matt Morgan’s collegiate and basketballRead More