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Scott Steiner thinks the WWE and their monopoly are horsecrap, would still go back if they offer enough money

The Big Bad Booty Daddy is over in the United Kingdom for a breif tour, and Whatculture Wrestling caught up with him for an interview.

And if you were worried his toned down stint as a local news eyewitness meant Scott Steiner was mellowing out, fret no more, Cagesiders. You can watch the video above, but here are the money quotes.

On the Legends deal he says WWE offered him:

WWE offered me a legends deal. My lawyer looked at it, and it's basically illegal. It's not worth the paper that it's written on. So f*** them.

On the WWE monopoly, which lead to a WrestleMania in Texas last month he succinctly reviewed as "horses***", and the current management team:

It's a monopoly and the product suffers because of it. You have two dumbasses running it in Stephanie and her (multiple expletives) husband Triple H.

It's a monopoly, the only game in town. They want to treat people like s*** and that's why they leave. It's tough to watch.

The beauty of the whole discussion (which is not his explanation for Rey Mysterio moving merchandise, "Mexicans follow Mexicans") is Steiner's honesty when asked if he'd ever go back:

Depends on how big that Brinks truck is that they pull into my driveway.

There you have it. He may be a mild-mannered Shoney's propreitor by day, but the Genetic Freak is still ready to grab the chainmail head piece and cut a gloriously crazy promo on a moment's notice.

Might be a while before he does it for WWE, though.

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