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Scott Steiner Appears On Steve Harvey’s Court, Tells Plantiff “Stop Being A Little B*tch”

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Soon to be WWE Hall of Famer Scott Steiner recently appeared on Judge Steve Harvey and Big Poppa Pump did not disappoint.

On the show Steiner appeared video as a witness in defence of independent wrestling promotor Ronnie Gossett. Mr Gossett was on trial regarding $5000 in unpaid appearance fees.

The promotor was being sued by Johnny Fairplay who is perhaps best known for appearing on Survivor and IMPACT Wrestling when it was known as TNA.

Fairplay alleged that Gossett refused to pay him for two cancelled independent shows back in 2021.

Steiner introduced himself as “Big Poppa Pump” in full chainmail, before describing how he had never had any problem in being paid by Gossett. He then branded Fairplay “a little b*tch” before calling him out for a fight.

“I’m Big Poppa Pump Scott Steiner, and I’ve worked for Ron many times,” Steiner said. “I’ve got Ronnie’s back on this one. I worked on three of his shows, the first one got cancelled, and the second one got rained out. This happens in other sports such as football, baseball and golf; I mean, he can’t control the weather. And for the third show, I was paid in full.”

“Johnny needs to stop being a little b*tch,” Steiner added. “If you don’t like it, wrestle me for the money!”

In response, Harvey said that he knew Steiner personally and would not recommend wrestling him.

The appearance comes after WCW legends JJ Dillon and Kevin Sullivan also featured on the show in order to settle a dispute over a boat.

On April 1st Scott Steiner will be inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame alongside his brother Rick. The legendary team will be joined in the Class of 2022 by Vader, Sharmel and The Undertaker.

H/t to Wrestling Inc for the transcription.