The story goes that if Sting and the Steiners saw another car of wrestlers on the highway, they would speed close to them. When close enough, Scott Steiner would lift his brother Rick by the leg and ankle and dangle him out of the car. Then, while whipping through the air at 70 mph, Rick would open the other car's door and grab the nearest terrified occupant. It was crazy merely for the sake of crazy -- an interpretive dance about a contempt for danger. It's almost like calling Death a p***y for not doing anything about it. It's an activity only useful for testing the amount of s**t pants can hold.
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They rarely wrestled one another, because 20 minutes in the ring together
would give them even more time to plan pure terror.
If you saw this coming -- and we guarantee that the first person did not -- it's an easily avoidable prank, right? You simply lock the door. Well, that's exactly what Paul Heyman did in 1989, when he was driving the Samoan Swat Team (Samu and Fatu) to the next show and they saw Sting coming. Rick Steiner hung out the window, taunting death and sense, and tried in vain to open Paul's car door. When he found it locked, he pounded on the window, mad with dissatisfaction.