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Rick Steiner thinks about a WWE Hall Of Fame induction but doesn’t believe it will happen because of his brother

The WWE Hall Of Fame ceremony is just a few weeks away and there is always one big name who is never mentioned as a potential candidate.

Scott Steiner is not on good terms with WWE and it doesn’t look like there are any attempts being made to rebuild the bridge that was burned many years. ago.

Rick Steiner, however, doesn’t seem to have the same animosity towards WWE but he doesn’t see a Hall Of Fame induction in his future, primarily because of things his brother has said about the company. He did a rare interview this week for “Sitting Ringside with David Penzer” to talk about his time in the wrestling business.

When asked about a possible Hall Of Fame induction, Rick said, “I think about it when people ask me about it but I know there’s not a chance in hell that we get to be inducted because of the way my brother [rips WWE].”

Rick was also asked about ribs on the road during his time in WCW and said what many others have said – Curt Hennig was the king of ribbing. “I never took it serious,” he said about his time in wrestling. “We were on the road. I think that night Pillman was driving [with] Sting and I and somebody else.”

He continued, “The Headshrinkers went by and shot fireworks at us and so we pulled off and got eggs and milk and anything we could throw out the window and we started chasing them … I think most of the time sh*t just happened. You hang around Hennig, you hang around Bossman and Rude [and] sh*t happens.”

“I just followed his lead, I’d just hang around,” he said about Hennig.

During the interview, Rick also talked about his time in the Varsity Club, the end of WCW, what he is doing in the real estate business these days and more.

Please credit Sitting Ringside David Penzer with an h/t to if you use any quotes from this post.


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