Scott Carl Rechsteiner famously known by his ring name Scott Steiner is a professional wrestler from America. He is also famously known as the former amateur wrestler at the University of Michigan. Right now he is assigned by Impact Wrestling.
While wrestling for World Championship Wrestling Scott emerged on the ring as “The Steiner Brothers” with his older brother Rick. Scott did wrestling for Total Nonstop Action Wrestling, the World Wrestling Federation/Entertainment, Extreme Championship Wrestling, and Jim Crockett Promotions.
Throughout in his career, he has also participated in numerous pay-per-view events. He holds the record for the biggest biceps in his category. Keep reading to know more about Scott Steiner career, achievements and net worth in 2019.
Scott Steiner was born on 29th July in 1962 in Bay City, Michigan. He is the son of LeeRoy Rechsteiner and Janece Rechsteiner. Angle has one older brother Rick Steiner, who is also a famous professional wrestler. Scott wants to be a professional wrestler from a very young age. His parents supported him throughout his life.
Scott was trained under the coaching of Dr. Jerry Graham Jr. in Toledo, Ohio. In 1986, he started his wrestling career with Indianapolis-based World Wrestling Association. Scott won the title of WWA World Heavyweight Championship by defeating His opponent wrestler The Great Wojo in 1986. Although he retained this title for one year only as next year he lost his title to Great Wojo in a rematch. Later on, he formed a tag team with Graham, who was his trainer at that time. Together they won the title for the WWA World Tag Team Championship. The very next year Scott decided to move to Continental Wrestling Association, a Memphis-based foundation. This step leads to winning of many championship titles.
Scott Steiner married his longtime girlfriend Christa Podsedly on 7 June 2000. The couple was blessed with two beautiful children.
Scott Steiner made his debut in World Championship Wrestling along with his brother Rick in 1989. The Steiner brother’s initial career didn’t gain any success but on November 1, 1989, they won the NWA World Tag Team Championship by defeating The Fabulous Freebirds. The Steiner Brother again gained success after defeating the Midnight Express on August 24, 1989. As the result, they hold the title of NWA United States Tag Team Championship. Scott and his brother become more popular after winning the WCW United States Tag Team Championship in 1991. They also got the five stars rating from The Wrestling Observer. Apart from that, Scott has also wrestled for championships included World Wrestling Federation and Extreme Championship Wrestling.
Awards & Achievement
Scott has won numerous championships in his wrestling career. He has won world championships and that too three times. He has also won championships like WCW World Heavyweight Champion, WWC Universal Heavyweight Champion, and WWA World Heavyweight Champion. He also holds the title of WCW Triple Crown Champion as he has won world championship thrice. Moreover, he too won several tag team championships like CWA Tag Team Championship, NWA Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Championship, IWGP Tag Team Championship, PWA Tag Team Championship and WWF Tag Team Championship. In 1990, his tag team with his brother Rick Steiner had won the title of “Tag Team of the Year”.
Net Worth of Scott Steiner
Scott Steiner net worth is estimated to be $2.5 million. He has made most of his wealth with his career as a professional wrestler. Scott earned around $211,500 as his annual salary. He has won many heavy prized championships, which helped him to enhance his net worth. He is still very active in the world of wrestling as he is currently working under the contract with Impact Wrestling. This also contributes a lot to his earnings.
Scott Steiner was a big and reputed name in the world of wrestling. He is always remembered for his swift and powerful moves. Scott is one of those wrestlers who has gained success with his hard work and dedication. With his hard work, he has won numerous of championships throughout his wrestling career.