Rick Steiner

Height: 5'11"

Weight: 258 lbs

Real Name: Robert Rechsteiner

DOB: 3/09/1961

Hometown: Detroit, Michigan

Other Names: "The Dog-Faced Gremlin" (WCW)

Wrestler Since: 1983

Finishing Maneuver: Bulldog From The Top Turnbuckle

Previous PWI 500 Rankings: #278(2007), #110(2001), #101(2000), #53(1999), #66(1998), #27(1997), #30(1996), #19(1995), #28(1994), #16(1993), #11(1992), #10(1991)

Other Releated Websites:
The Steiner Brothers - Rollercoaster Bio
Rick Steiner - Online World of Wrestling Bio
The Steiner Brothers - Online World of Wrestling Bio
Rick Steiner - Wikipedia Bio

History: Unfortunately, I have not found out anything about how Rick Steiner's career began, other than he began wrestling in 1983. The first reference I've found for Rick is when he replaced Eddie Gilbert to team with Sting. The two later won the UWF Tag-Team belts for a time. Steiner was next in the NWA (soon-to-be WCW) in 1988, when he won the NWA World Television Title from Mike Rotunda (Mr. Wallstreet). He later lost the title to Rotunda. Sometime around here, Steiner joined with Rotunda, Kevin Sullivan, and others in the Varsity Club, a stable that wore letter jackets and acted like a high school team, doing push-ups in the ring. Later on, Steiner began to team up with his brother Scott as the Steiner Brothers (makes sense, eh?). The two first won the WCW Tag Team titles by beating the Fabulous Freebirds in November 1989. They held the titles for more than 6 months before losing to the team of Doom. After this, the Steiner Brothers began wrestling simultaneously in both WCW and the IWGP in Japan, as well as brief appearances in smaller organizations like the PWA. In February '91, the Steiners won the WCW Tag-Team belts, again beating the Freebirds. In March, the two also captured the IWGP Tag-Team belts, unifying the two for a brief time. Unfortunately, in August '91 Scott was injured, and the WCW belts were vacated.

In the IWGP, Rick replaced his brother with Scott Norton, and the two held the belts another 4 months, while Scott Steiner recuperated. They lost the belts at the end of '91. When Rick's brother came back, the two returned to the same place they had been. First, in May '92, the two won the WCW Tag-Team belts for a third time, taking out Arn Anderson and Bobby Eaton. Then, in June, the Steiner Brothers won the IWGP belts by beating Big Van Vader and Bam Bam Bigelow, once again unifying the tag-team titles. This did not last long, however, as they lost the WCW belts to Terry Gordy and Steve Williams in August '92. Rick then left WCW, to compete mainly in Japan with his brother. The two lost the IWGP titles to Norton and Tony Halme in November '92. The two brothers then moved on to the WWF.

After gaining their fame in the WWF, the Steiners pulled down some more gold by defeating Money, Inc., on June 14th, 1993. Two days later, Money Inc. reclaimed their gold. Three days after that, the Steiner Brothers again defeated Money Inc. for their second title reign in the WWF. This one lasted somewhat longer; about 3 months later, the Quebecers won the titles. Not long after that, after wrestling overseas for a while, Rick went with Scott back to WCW.

In July '96, the Steiners showed they could still win, defeating Harlem Heat for their 4th title reign as WCW Tag-Team Champs. Although Harlem Heat reclaimed the titles a few days later, Rick and Scott proved they deserved to be in WCW. Soon after, the Steiners became one of the main fighters against the nWo. Although the brothers did defeat the Outsiders at the beginning of 1997, Eric Bischoff (an nWo plant at the time) made them return the belts. This actually helped strengthen the Steiners for a time, as they took on Ted DiBiase, an ex-nWo member, as their manager. The two brothers then won the titles from a Wolfpack-style Outsiders team in October, and held them until January '98, when the Outsiders won them back. In early February, Rick and Scott defeated the Outsiders for the last time, winning the WCW Tag-Team titles for the 6th official time. A few weeks later, Scott betrayed Rick and joined the nWo, throwing away the Tag-Team belts to the Outsiders.

Rick continued the feud with the nWo, who he blamed for his brother's turning 'heel'. Rick began a long-term feud with his brother, meeting him many times over the next few PPVs. After sitting out some of '98 with an arm injury, Rick returned, and at Halloween Havoc '98, despite "Buff" Bagwell betraying him, Rick still won the WCW Tag-Team Belts, for the 7th time, from Scott Steiner and the Giant. Rick then chose Kenny Khaos as his partner (although Judy Bagwell also held the belt for a time). However, the belts were vacated when Rick again became injured.

In late March '99, Rick Steiner reappeared in WCW, once again attacking his brother Scott. He then began wrestling as a singles wrestler, and became involved in a small feud with Booker T and his brother, Stevie Ray. This led to a TV Title match at Slamboree '99 against Booker T. During the match, Scott Steiner ran out and shockingly aided his brother, enabling Rick to win his first singles gold of the '90s. Rick returned the favor in Scott's match later that night, helping him retain the US Title over Buff Bagwell. The two then, with Bret Hart, attacked Sting and Goldberg, breaking up their match. The Steiner Brothers seemed to be back together, with Rick joining his brother as a heel.

Rick and Scott started terrorizing the wrestling profession, showing up during the other's match and helping both wrestlers retain their titles. In June '99, Rick was scheduled during a Monday Nitro to face Sting in a cage for the TV Title. Through circumstances, Tank Abbott, a UFC fighter, came to WCW and became the ref of the match. When it seemed Sting was winning, Abbott surprisingly aided Rick, and left him attacking Sting. Rick then met Sting at the Great American Bash, where Abbott, Scott Steiner, and some doberman pinchers became involved. The match was a No Contest. With Scott Steiner out with injuries, Rick faded into the background slightly, even though he still defended the TV Title. In a meaningless feud, he beat Van Hammer at the Bash at the Beach '99. A new direction was on the way for the Dog-Faced Gremlin.

In late July '99, Rick Steiner came out with Kevin Nash and Sid Vicious, forming a union with them against Hulk Hogan, Sting, and Bill Goldberg. This catapulted Steiner into the top feud in WCW at the time. He continuously came out with Sid, helping him to attack other wrestlers. However, at Road Wild '99, he faced Bill Goldberg, who easily ran down the DFG. Since it was not a title match, though, Rick retained the TV belt. In the next month, Steiner continuously had run-ins with the Revolution, since Chris Benoit was facing Vicious at Fall Brawl. Because of this, Steiner agreed to face Perry Saturn for the TV Title at the PPV. After avoiding the Death Valley Driver, Steiner hit his Bulldog to retain the belt.

At the next Nitro, Chris Benoit came out for his title shot, since he defeated Dean Malenko to earn it the week before. Instead of a World Title shot, though, Rick Steiner came out, saying that Sting did not want to give Benoit anything. Instead, Steiner offered a Television Title match, which Benoit accepted. This proved to be a mistake for Steiner, as Benoit got the victory and walked away with Steiner's TV belt. Steiner and Benoit feuded for the next month over the gold, heading into Halloween Havoc '99. During the match-up for the TV Title, the ref was accidentally taken down. This brought out the weapons, as both Steiner & Benoit tried to use a chair on the other. In the end, Dean Malenko came out and surprisingly turned on Benoit, knocking him out with the chair, so that Rick could get the easy cover, regaining the belt.

In November, Rick competed in the World Title Tournament. However, he was quickly taken out in the first round by "The Total Package" Lex Luger. Steiner then entered into a brief feud with the United States Heavyweight Champion, Scott Hall. They were scheduled to meet at WCW Mayhem for both belts. But Steiner, injured, was unable to make the event, and Hall then claimed the TV Title as his own, winning via forfeit. Steiner vanished from television for the next month, even as Hall threw the TV Title in the trash later, retiring it ("Hacksaw" Jim Duggan later brought it back for a few months, with little to show for it).

In December '99, "Hacksaw" was feuding with the Revolution (Shane Douglas, Perry Saturn, Dean Malenko, & Asya), who had turned their backs on America. A match was set up between Duggan & the Revolution members, where if Duggan lost, he'd have to turn on America, while if the Revolution lost, they would take over his janitorial services. At the PPV, WCW Starrcade '99, the Revolution came out as a team, ready to win a "handicap" match. But Duggan had his own surprise, bringing out Steiner, Mike Rotunda, & Kevin Sullivan with him, as the reformed Varsity Club, who quickly cleared the ring of the Revolution members. However, the Varsity Club then turned on Duggan, taking him down and leaving, which allowed Shane Douglas to get the easy pinfall victory. The Varsity Club became a heel group for the next month, taking on various other tag-teams in WCW, as Steiner & Rotunda became the main members (with Sullivan as their manager). He also competed in the WCW World Tag-Team Title Tournament, being paired up with Berlyn. This partnership didn't work, as the duo lost in the first round to PG-13. The Varsity Club later broke up and dispersed again, leaving Steiner on his own.

In April '00, Eric Bischoff & Vince Russo returned to WCW, bringing together the younger talent (The New Blood) to face off against what they called the Millionaire's Club, the more experienced wrestlers. Rick later returned, to feud with his brother, Scott, once more. This time, though, Rick had an ally in Tank Abbott, a newcomer to WCW who mainly just brawled with wrestlers. The alliance came to be during a match between Rick & Sting, with Tank as the special guest referee. Tank ko'ed Sting to help Rick win, and the two became a team, attacking Scott whenever possible. This led to Rick being added to the already-signed match between Tank & Scott at the Great American Bash '00. Vince Russo, who was feuding with Scott at the time, inserted Rick to make it a Handicap Asylum match (inside a round cage). The two worked over Scott, double-teaming him. However, near the end, Tank accidentally hit Rick, knocking him down. Scott then got the Steiner Recliner and walked out victorious. Rick & Tank feuded for the next couple of weeks, with little to show for it, as Rick slowly dropped out of the public's view. For the rest of 2000, Steiner wrestled intermittently, rarely getting a major title shot.

In 2001, Rick signed up with his brother Scott, WCW CEO Ric Flair, Lex Luger, Buff Bagwell, Road Warrior Animal, and Jeff Jarrett, creating the Magnificent Seven. Their power-hungry ideals allowed their group to basically control WCW. In February '01, Steiner defeated Shane Douglas at a regular tv show to win the United States Heavyweight Title for the first time. Douglas later appeared wearing a cast, due to injuries sustained in the match (actually the reason he dropped the title). Rick next entered a feud with Dustin Rhodes, who had turned on the Magnificent Seven after Ric Flair tried to sign him onto their side. They wrestled at Superbrawl: Revenge for the US belt, with Dustin giving Rick almost all he could handle. Rick managed to take the turnbuckle pad off of one of the corners, though, and hammered Rhodes into it, enabling him to get the easy pin and the victory.

Rick then began feuding with Booker T, who had recently returned to action after months of recuperation due to Rick's brother, Scott. Booker T, seeking revenge, first had to get past Rick. After numerous brawls (where Booker T seemed to be stronger), the two wrestlers faced off at WCW Greed. The battle went back and forth, eventually knocking down the referee. Rick then climbed the turnbuckle to go for his Bulldog, but was hit in the back of the head by Shane Douglas and his cast. Steiner, stunned, was then hit by the Bookend and lost the match and the US Title. Rick & Douglas then feuded for the next few weeks, and were scheduled to face at the Season Finale of WCW, but due to time constraints, never did.

(Under Construction)

Pay-Per-View/Show Summary: (74 - 61, 1 Draw, 4 NCs, 1 DDQ, 1 DCO)
- UWF Title Tournament (May '86) = Rick lost to Steve Williams. Terry Gordy won the tournament.
- NWA Mid-South Superdome Extravaganza (November '86) = Steiner lost to the Missing Link.
- UWF Tag-Team Title Tournament (February '87) = Rick and Sting defeated Chavo Guerrero and the Missing Link and Terry Taylor and Sam Houston. They lost in the finals to Taylor and Chris Adams.
- NJPW IWGP Tag Team Title League '87 (February 23 - March 20, '87) = Steiner and Steve Williams competed in the League, which was won by Keiji Mutoh and Shiro Koshinaka.
- NWA Mid-South Superblast at the Superdome (April '87) = Steiner & Sting lost to the UWF Tag Champs Terry Taylor & Chris Adams.
- Western States Title Tournament (June '87) = Rick fought with Terry Gordy to a Double Disqualification. Barry Windham won the tournament.
- NWA Mid-South Superdome Extravaganza (July '87) = Steiner & Sting were defeated by the Lightning Express, who retained the UWF Tag Titles.
- WCW Great American Bash '87 = Rick was beaten by Barry Windham, who retained his UWF Western States Title.
- WCW Starrcade '87 = Rick, Eddie Gilbert, and Larry Zbyzsko fought to a draw with Sting, Michael Hayes, and Jimmy Garvin.
- WCW Clash of the Champions II (June '88) = Steiner and Mike Rotunda lost to the Garvins.
- WCW Great American Bash '88 = Rick, along with Dick Murdoch, beat Tim Horner and Kendall Windham in a dark match.
- NWA Mid-South Superdome Extravaganza (August '87) = Steiner won over Chris Adams in a "Taped Fist" Match.
- WCW Starrcade '88 = Rick won the NWA Television Title from Mike Rotunda.
- WCW Clash of the Champions V (February 15, '89) = Rick defeated Rip Morgan. He retained the NWA TV Belt.
- WCW Chi-Town Rumble (February 20, '89) = Steiner lost the NWA TV Title back to Mike Rotunda.
- WCW Clash of the Champions VI (April '89) = Steiner and Eddie Gilbert retained the NWA Tag Belts by beating Kevin Sullivan and Dan Spivey.
- WCW WrestleWar '89 = Steiner and Gilbert won the return match against Sullivan and Spivey, again retaining the NWA Tag Titles.
- WCW Clash of the Champions VII (June '89) = The Steiners (Rick and Scott) lost to Mike Rotunda and Kevin Sullivan.
- WCW Great American Bash '89 = Rick competed in the "Two Ring King of the Hill Battle Royal", which was won by Dan Spivey and Sid Vicious. Later in the night, Rick and Scott (his brother) defeated Kevin Sullivan and Mike Rotunda in a "Texas Tornado" Match.
- WCW Clash of the Champions VIII (September '89) = The Steiners were beaten by the NWA Tag Champs, the Fabulous Freebirds.
- WCW Halloween Havoc '89 = The Steiners lost to Doom.
- WCW Clash of the Champions IX (November '89) = The Steiner Brothers defeated the Skyscrapers.
- WCW Starrcade '89 = The Steiners won via countout over Doom. Later in the night, the Steiners defeated the Road Warriors, then lost via DQ to Samoan Savage and Fatu.
- WCW Clash of the Champions X (February '90) = The Steiners stayed the NWA Tag Champs by winning a "Titles vs. Masks" Match over Doom.
- WCW WrestleWar '90 = The Steiners retained the NWA Tag Titles, defeating Ole & Arn Anderson.
- WCW Capital Combat (May '90) = The Steiners lost the NWA Tag Belts to Doom.
- WCW Clash of the Champions XI (June '90) = The Steiner Brothers lost to the NWA Tag Champs Doom.
- WCW Great American Bash '90 = The Steiner Brothers defeated The Fabulous Freebirds.
- WCW Clash of the Champions XII (September '90) = The Steiners defeated Jeff Warner and Tim Hunt.
- WCW Halloween Havoc '90 = The Steiners retained the NWA United States Tag Titles by defeating the Nasty Boys.
- WCW Clash of the Champions XIII (November '90) = The Steiners remained the NWA US Tag Champs, beating Magnum Force.
- WCW Starrcade '90 = The Steiners (Team USA) defeated Sgt Krueger and Col DeKlerk (Team Africa), Konnan and Rey Misterio (Team Mexico), and the Great Muta and Mr. Saito (Team Japan) to win the Pat O'Conner Memorial International Tag Tournament.
- WCW WrestleWar '91 = The Steiners, Sting and Flyin' Brian Pillman lost a "WarGames" Match to Ric Flair, Sid Vicious, Barry Windham and Larry Zbysko.
- NJPW Tokyo Dome '91 (Starrcade in Egg Dome) = The Steiners won the IWGP Tag Titles from Kensuke Sasaki and Hiro Hase.
- WCW Superbrawl I ('91) = Rick and Scott defeated Sting and Lex Luger to retain their WCW World Tag-Team belts.
- WCW Clash of the Champions XV (June '91) = The Steiners retained the IWGP Tag Belts, beating Masa Chono and Hiro Hase.
- WCW Great American Bash '91 = Rick, with Missy Hyatt, won over Arn Anderson and Paul E. Dangerously in a Steel Cage Match.
- WCW Clash of the Champions XVI (September '91) = Steiner and Bill Kazmeier lost to Arn Anderson and Larry Zbyzsko, who won the vacated WCW Tag-Team Titles.
- WCW Halloween Havoc '91 = Rick, with Scott, Sting, and El Gigante, won a "Chamber of Horrors" Match over Abdullah the Butcher, the Diamond Studd, Cactus Jack, and Big Van Vader.
- NJPW Budokan Hall (November 5, '91) = Steiner & Scott Norton (subbing for Scott Steiner) lost the IWGP Tag-Team Titles to Hiroshi Hase & Keiji Mutoh.
- WCW Clash of the Champions XVII (November '91) = Rick was defeated by the WCW World Champ Lex Luger.
- WCW Starrcade '91 = Rick and the Nightstalker lost to Big Van Vader and Mr. Hughes.
- NJPW Tokyo Dome '92 (Starrcade in Egg Dome) = The Steiners were defeated by Sting and Keiji Mutoh.
- WCW Clash of the Champions XVIII (January '92) = The Steiners defeated Big Van Vader and Mr. Hughes in the return match.
- WCW Superbrawl II ('92) = Rick and Scott lose via DQ to Arn Anderson and Bobby Eaton, who kept their WCW World Tag-Team belts.
- WCW WrestleWar '92 = The Steiners retained the WCW Tag-Team Titles, defeating Tatsumi Fujinami and Takayuki Iizuka.
- WCW Clash of the Champions XIX (June 16, '92) = The Steiner Brothers won, via forfeit, over Miguel Perez Jr. and Ricky Santana. Later in the night, they lost to Terry Gordy and Steve Williams.
- WCW Beach Brawl '92 (June 20, '92) = The Steiners fought to a draw with Terry Gordy and Steve Williams. The brothers retained the WCW Tag Titles.
- NJPW Budokan Hall (June 26, '92) = The Steiners defeated Bam-Bam Bigelow & Big Van Vader.
- NJPW Sumo Hall (August 10, '92) = The Steiners beat Riki Choshu & Masa Saito.
- NJPW Sumo Hall (August 11, '92) = The Steiners defeated Tatsumi Fujinami & Takayuki Iizuka.
- NJPW Sumo Hall (August 12, '92) = The Steiners took down Keiji Mutoh & Kensuke Sasaki.
- WCW Clash of the Champions XX (September '92) = The Steiners, Sting and Nikita Koloff fought in an "Elimination" Match against "Ravishing" Rick Rude, Big Van Vader, Jake "The Snake" Roberts and Super Invader. Rick was counted out. Rude and Roberts "survived".
- NJPW Sumo Hall (November 22, '92) = The Steiners lost the IWGP Tag-Team Titles to Scott Norton & Tony Halme.
- NJPW Tokyo Dome '93 (Fantastic Story) = The Steiners and the IWGP Tag Champions, the Hellraisers, fought to a Double Count Out.
- WWF Royal Rumble '93 = The Steiners defeated the Beverly Brothers.
- WWF Wrestlemania IX ('93) = The Steiner Brothers won over the Headshrinkers.
- WWF King of the Ring '93 = The Steiners and the Smoking Gunns defeated the Headshrinkers and Money, Inc.
- WWF "Yokozuna's Bodyslam Challenge" (July '93) = Rick failed to bodyslam Yokozuna.
- WWF Summerslam '93 = The Steiner Brothers retained the WWF Tag Titles by defeating the Heavenly Bodies.
- WWF Survivor Series '93 = The Steiner Brothers, Lex Luger and the Undertaker fought in an "Elimination" Match against Yokozuna, Lugwig Borga, Crush and the Mountie. Rick was eliminated by Borga. Luger was the "surviver".
- NJPW Tokyo Dome '94 (Battlefield) = The Steiners defeated Keiji Mutoh and Hiro Hase.
- WWF Royal Rumble '94 = Rick competed in the "Royal Rumble", which was won by Bret Hart and Lex Luger.
- NJPW Sumo Hall (February '94) = The Steiners beat Jushin Liger & the Power Warrior.
- NJPW Wrestling Dontaku '94 = The Steiner Brothers were beaten by the IWGP Tag Champs the Hellraisers.
- NJPW Budokan Hall (June '94) = The Steiners beat Hiroshi Hase & Power Warrior.
- NJPW Sumo Hall (August 4, '94) = The Steiners defeated Scott Norton & Hercules Hernandez.
- NJPW Sumo Hall (October '94) = The Steiner Brothers won over Scott Norton & Ron Simmons.
- NJPW Tokyo Dome '95 (Battle Seven) = The Steiners lost to the IWGP Tag Champs Hiro Hase and Keiji Mutoh.
- ECW "Three Way Dance" (April '95) = Rick and the Tazmaniac lost the "ECW Tag Titles 3-Way Dance" to Public Enemy. Dean Malenko and Chris Benoit were the other participants.
- NJPW Pyongyang Sports Festival (April 29, '95) = The Steiner Brothers beat Hiro Hase and Kensuke Sasaki.
- NJPW Wrestling Dontaku '95 (May 3) = The Steiners defeated Hawk and Scott Norton.
- ECW Wrestlepalooza '95 (August 5) = The Steiners & Eddie Guerrero fell to Dean Malenko, Cactus Jack, & Too Cold Scorpio.
- ECW Gangstas Paradise (September 16, '95) = The Steiners & Taz were beaten by Jason Knight & the Eliminators.
- WCW Uncensored '96 = The Steiner Brothers battled to a No-Contest with the Nasty Boys in a dark match.
- NJPW Tokyo Dome '96 (Battle Formation '96) = The Steiners and Scott Norton were defeated by Power Warrior and the Road Warriors.
- WCW Slamboree '96 = Rick and The Booty Man defeated Scott Steiner and Craig Pittman. Later in the night, the two lost to Diamond Dallas Page and the Barbarian.
- WCW Great American Bash '96 = The Steiner Brothers defeated Scott Norton and Ice Train.
- WCW Bash At The Beach '96 = In a dark match, the Steiner Brothers lost, via DQ, to Harlem Heat.
- WCW Hogg Wild '96 = The Steiners were beaten by Harlem Heat, who retained their titles.
- WCW Clash of the Champions XXXIII (August '96) = The Steiners, WCW Tag Champs Harlem Heat, and Sting and Lex Luger fought to a No-Contest in a "Triangle Tag" Match.
- NJPW Super Grade Tag League VI (October 13 - November 1, '96) = Steiner and Keiji Mutoh lost in the Finals to Scott Norton and Shinya Hashimoto.
- WCW World War III '96 = Rick competed in the "3 Ring Battle Royal", which was won by the Giant.
- WCW Clash of the Champions XXXIV (January '97) = The Steiner Brothers defeated Jacques Rougeau and Pierre Oulette.
- WCW/nWo Souled Out '97 = Rick, with Scott, defeated the Outsiders (Kevin Nash and Scott Hall) for the WCW World Tag-Team Championship (later reversed by Eric Bischoff).
- WCW Spring Stampede '97 = Rick lost to Kevin Nash in a singles match with a World Tag-Team Titles on the line.
- NJPW Strong Style Evolution (May '97) = The Steiners and Keiji Mutoh were beaten by Masa Chono and the Outsiders.
- WCW Slamboree '97 = The Steiner Brothers defeated Hugh Morris and Konnan.
- WCW Great American Bash '97 = The Steiner Brothers lost to Harlem Heat via disqualification.
- WCW Bash At The Beach '97 = The Steiner Brothers defeated the Great Muta and Masa Chono.
- WCW Road Wild '97 = The Steiners won, via DQ, over then-Tag champs the Outsiders.
- WCW Fall Brawl '97 = The Steiners defeated Harlem Heat.
- WCW World War III '97 = The Steiners defended the WCW Tag-Team Titles by beating Steve Regal and Dave Taylor. Later in the night, Rick competed in the "3 Ring Battle Royal", which was won by Scott Hall.
- WCW Starrcade '97 = Rick, with Scott Steiner and Ray Traylor, lost to "Macho Man" Randy Savage, Scott Norton, and Vincent.
- WCW/nWo Souled Out '98 = Rick, with Scott Steiner and Ray Traylor, defeated "Buff" Bagwell, Scott Norton, and Konnan.
- WCW Boston Brawl (January '98) = The Steiners beat Saturn & Raven.
- WCW Superbrawl VIII ('98) = The Steiners lost the WCW World Tag-Team belts to the Outsiders when Rick was betrayed by Scott, who shortly thereafter joined the nWo.
- WCW Spring Stampede '98 = Rick, with Lex Luger, defeated Scott Steiner and "Buff" Bagwell.
- WCW Fall Brawl '98 = The match between Rick and Scott Steiner was stopped when "Buff" Bagwell was apparently injured. It turned out to be a hoax.
- WCW Halloween Havoc '98 = Rick, despite his partner "Buff" Bagwell's betrayal, won the WCW Tag Belts from Scott Steiner and the Giant. In the next match, Rick defeated Scott in a singles match.
- WCW World War III '98 = Rick and Scott Steiner fought to a No-Contest, after "Buff" Bagwell, the nWo referee, Goldberg, and others became involved. Later in the night, Rick competed in the "3 Ring Battle Royal", which was won by Kevin Nash.
- WCW Slamboree '99 = Rick, with help from Scott Steiner, defeated Booker T to win the Television Title.
- WCW Great American Bash '99 = Rick fought Sting to a No Contest, when Scott Steiner put some doberman pinchers onto Sting. Rick retained the TV Title.
- WCW Bash at the Beach '99 = Rick annihilated Van Hammer to continue to be the Television Champ.
- WCW Road Wild '99 = Rick was soundly defeated by Goldberg in a Non-Title Match, allowing him to hang onto the TV Title.
- WCW Fall Brawl '99 = Steiner defeated Perry Saturn to retain the Television Title.
- WCW Halloween Havoc '99 = Steiner won back the Television Championship by pinning Chris Benoit.
- WCW Mayhem '99 = Steiner lost, via forfeit, to Scott Hall, who took Steiner's TV Title.
- WCW Starrcade '99 = Rick Steiner, Mike Rotunda, Kevin Sullivan, and "Hacksaw" Jim Duggan were beaten by Shane Douglas, Dean Malenko, Perry Saturn, and Asya.
- NJPW Tokyo Dome (January '00) = Steiner defeated Randy Savage.
- WCW Great American Bash '00 = Rick, with Tank Abbott, lost a "Handicap Asylum" match to Scott Steiner.
- WCW Superbrawl: Revenge ('01) = Steiner retained the United States Title by beating Dustin Rhodes.
- WCW Greed (March '01) = Steiner lost the United States Championship to Booker T.
- WWA "Revolution" (February 24, '02) = Steiner & Ernest Miller defeated Lenny Lane & Lodi.
- NJPW Tokyo Dome (May 2, '02) = The Steiner Brothers won over Hiroshi Tanahashi & Kensuke Sasaki. Joanie Lauer was the special referee.
- NWA-TNA Huntsville PPV (Show #1, June 19, '02) = Steiner competed in the Gauntlet For The Gold match, which was won by Ken Shamrock.
- AJPW Wrestle-1 (November 17, '02) = Steiner fell to Bill Goldberg.
- NJPW Triathlon Survivor League 2002 (November/December) = Steiner, Scott Norton & Shinya Makabe competed in the league, which was won by Manabu Nakanishi, Osamu Nishimura & Yutaka Yoshie.
- MACW Boston Show (January 25, '03) = Steiner & Jeff Justice defeated the Midnight Express.
- AAW Lafayette Show (February 23, '03) = Steiner fell to Steve Williams.
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #43, May 7, '03) = Steiner competed in the "Anarchy in the Asylum" Battle Royal, which was won by Glen Gilbertti.
- WWA "The Reckoning" (May 25, '03) = Steiner beat Mark Mercedes.
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #67, October 29, '03) = Steiner won, via DQ, over the NWA World Champion, Jeff Jarrett.
- MMWA Television Tapings (February 14, '04) = Steiner won, via DQ, over Matt Maverick.
- NOAH Budokan Hall (April 24, '05) = Steiner, Bison Smith, & Ricky Marvin fell to Tamon Honda, Yoshinobu Kanemaru, & Takashi Sugiura.
- World Wrestling Legends PPV (March 5, '06) = Steiner took down Virgil.
- TNA Slammiversary '07 (June 17) = Steiner & Road Warrior Animal lost to the TNA World Tag-Team Champions, Team 3-D. (Animal replaced an injured Scott Steiner)
- TNA Hard Justice '07 (August 12) = The Steiner Brothers defeated Team 3-D.
- TNA Bound For Glory '07 (October 14) = The Steiner Brothers won a "Three Falls Tables" Match over Team 3-D.
- TNA Genesis '07 (November 11) = The Steiner Brothers lost to the TNA World Tag-Team Champions, AJ Styles & Tomko.
- NJPW Wrestle Kingdom in Tokyo Dome II (January 4, '08) = The Steiner Brothers lost to the NJPW IWGP Tag-Team Champs, Giant Bernard & Travis Tomko.

Title Summary:
- UWF World Tag-Team Champion w/ Sting (4/12/1987 - 5/17/1987)
- NWA World Television Champion (12/26/1988 - 2/20/1989)
- NWA United States Tag-Team Champion w/ Eddie Gibert (2/28/1989 - 4/1989)
- NWA World Tag-Team Champion w/ Scott Steiner (11/01/1989 - 5/19/1990)
- NWA United States Tag-Team Champion(2) w/ Scott Steiner (8/24/1990 - 2/20/1991)
- PWA Tag-Team Champion w/ Scott Steiner (9/17/1990 - 10/1/1990)
- WCW World Tag-Team Champion(2) w/ Scott Steiner (2/18/1991 - 7/18/1991)
- IWGP Tag-Team Champion w/ Scott Steiner(later Scott Norton) (3/21/1991 - 11/5/1991)
- WCW World Tag-Team Champion(3) w/ Scott Steiner (5/3/1992 - 7/5/1992)
- IWGP Tag-Team Champion(2) w/ Scott Steiner (6/26/1992 - 11/22/1992)
- WWF World Tag-Team Champion w/ Scott Steiner (6/14/1993 - 6/16/1993)
- WWF World Tag-Team Champion(2) w/ Scott Steiner (6/19/1993 - 9/13/1993)
- WCW World Tag-Team Champion(4) w/ Scott Steiner (7/24/1996 - 7/27/1996)
- WCW World Tag-Team Champion(5) w/ Scott Steiner (10/13/1997 - 1/12/1998)
- WCW World Tag-Team Champion(6) w/ Scott Steiner (2/9/1998 - 2/22/1998)
- WCW World Tag-Team Champion(7) w/ Kenny Khaos (10/25/1998 - 1/1999)
- WCW World Television Champion (5/09/1999 - 9/13/1999)
- WCW World Television Champion(2) (10/24/1999 - 11/21/1999)
- WCW United States Heavyweight Champion (2/05/2001 - 3/18/2001)
- WLW Heavyweight Champion (8/01/2004 - 2004)
- NWA Mid-Atlantic Tag-Team Champion w/ Terry Taylor (9/24/2005 - ??)
- NWA Mid-Atlantic Tag-Team Champion(2) w/ Scott Steiner (12/09/2006 - 2007)

PWI Achievement Awards: (3 wins, 2 1st RUs, 3 2nd RUs, 3 3rd RUs)
- 1990 Tag-Team of the Year (Steiners)
- 1991 Most Popular Wrestler, 3rd Runner-Up (Steiners)
- 1991 Match of the Year (Steiners vs. Sting & Lex Luger)
- 1991 Tag-Team of the Year, 2nd Runner-Up (Steiners)
- 1992 Tag-Team of the Year, 2nd Runner-Up (Steiners)
- 1993 Match of the Year, 1st Runner-Up (Steiners vs. Heavenly Bodies)
- 1993 Tag-Team of the Year (Steiner Brothers)
- 1995 Tag-Team of the Year, 3rd Runner-Up (Steiners)
- 1996 Tag-Team of the Year, 2nd Runner-Up (Steiners)
- 1997 Tag-Team of the Year, 1st Runner-Up (Steiners)
- 2007 Comeback of the Year, 3rd Runner-Up (Steiners)