Steiner on Ric Flair: I always knew he was a piece of garbage. Flair never drew when I was in the NWA and WCW. Flair had all of his friends booking him on top and we were not drawing. People can say what they want, but I was there and we did not draw nothing. They may have papered the crowd to make it look good for a Clash or a pay-per-view, but we did not draw. I can say for a fact that Flair at that time did not draw a dime. And they say he was the greatest? If you want an honest opinion, you ask somebody who they would rather be on the card with â<80>” Hulk Hogan or Ric Flair. If they donâ<80><99>t say Hulk Hogan, theyâ<80><99>re out of their minds.
Steiner on Triple H: Look at Triple Hâ<80><99>s career before he started (having sex with) the bossâ<80><99> daughter: He lost to Ultimate Warrior in 30 seconds; he was losing to guys like Alex Wright in WCW; he lost to one of the Godwins in a pig slop match. And then all of a sudden heâ<80><99>s [having sex with] the bossâ<80><99> daughter and heâ<80><99>s the toughest guy in the world. Iâ<80><99>m not the only guy who thinks that.
Steiner on HBK: Shawn Michaels is one of those wise-cracking guys who would say a smart comment to you, but then if you face him, he would run and cry somewhere. Thatâ<80><99>s exactly what happened one time when he was cutting down the Harris Brothers â<80>” I think it was Don Harris. Finally, he had enough. He waited until Shawn Michaels got in the room, kicked everybody out of the room, shut the door, grabbed him by the neck and was going to pound the [heck] out of him. A tear came down his eye. He turned around, started laughing and walked out. That is Shawn Michaels in a nutshell.