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Steiner suing claiming TNA allowed Jeff Hardy in the ring drunk

Scott Steiner is suing TNA again…

This time, Steiner claims TNA allowed wrestler Jeff Hardy to enter the ring during a match last year in Mount Pleasant, Mich., while under the influence of alcohol and possibly drugs.

According to the lawsuit filed in Davidson County Circuit Court, Steiner suffered nerve damage in his shoulder and neck as well as a bicep injury due to what he called Hardy’s reckless, drunken wrestling.


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6 Responses

  1. Nick says:

    I hope he wins one of these, for his sake.

  2. Chris Epic says:

    Too bad they’re gonna think he’s the drunk the minute he opens his mouth but hey, he wrestled a lot of countries(his words not mine)

  3. heehee says:

    And we all got video evidence too!

  4. dave says:

    There’s been a few questionable appearances on TV by Hardy during his time in TNA so that could corroborate what Steiner is saying.

    Wouldn’t surprise me if this is true, either but let’s be honest…

    Steiner’s been broken down for 10 years or more now. If I remember right he kept getting injured when he was at WWE. So they have to define whether Hardy was drunk, and yes or not, if Steiner was just in no condition to wrestle anyway.

  5. G3 says:

    this is lo key funny they should take it to peoples court lol

  6. bud316 says:

    Steiner is a legend. He’s been around since 1986 i think. He was having problems with drop foot syndrome before coming to wwe. I thought he had that all fixed before joining.. His 2 years went by quick and they just decided not to renew him. TNA probably offered more at this time anyway. If Steiner had the time, he could show the judge footage of 100 matches where Jeff is f’ed up and putting others at risk of injury. TNA giving Hardy 1,2,3,4,5,6,7 times to fix themselves only to come back more f’ed up. Sounds like the talent gets used no matter what because the bottom line is lost money if they suspend Jeff.

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