Scott Steiner has given the world his thoughts on Hulk Hogan controversy.
The former WCW World Heavyweight Champion posted on twitter his thoughts on the WWE Hall of Famer during this time where he is being exposed for going on a racial tirade and homosexual slurs.
Steiner first tweet said: "Now does everybody believe me that hogan is a piece of sh*t… will comment more later …travelling #Karma."
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As promised, he talked more about it on his twitter later and said across several tweets: "Hogan n Donald Sterling need to play Russian roulette with all the bullets in the chambers.
"It's 2015 the world's a better place without their racism n ignorance. Didn't take long b4 hogan tried to throw Vince under the bus.
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"Between the jail house tapes n hogan's racist rant everybody is seeing the real hogan."
Problems with Hogan
Steiner has had his problems with Hogan in the past. Following his departure of TNA, Steiner showed his contempt with TNA management on twitter, specifically at Hogan and Eric Bischoff.
He claimed he was injured whilst wrestling in TNA because Hogan allowed his opponent, a drunk Jeff Hardy, to wrestle with him.
Steiner was also banned from attending the 2015 WWE Hall of Fame ceremony after Hogan's wife said he threatened to kill Hogan. However, he denies making the threat.
Steiner also challenged Hogan to body slam him at the Legends of Wrestling event at Citi Field in Queens, New York for $1 million, but Hogan declined.
No Clean Slate for Steiner
The former WCW Champion has been known for his own controversial remarks and issues in the past as well. During his time in the WWE in the late 1990s, he refused to take a steroid test because Triple H wouldn't take one.
He also made non-kayfabe remarks during his time on WCW as well, using several explicit words during his rant.
It probably feels good for Steiner to see Hogan involved in the controversy that he is currently part of, but he isn't exactly Mr Perfect himself. He probably isn't going to be receiving any calls by the WWE for a comeback anytime soon either.
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