Wrestling legend Scott Steiner ‘stopped breathing and given heart shock’ — SEE HOSPITAL DETAILS

Scott Steiner rushed to hospital after collapse

Scott Steiner was rushed to hospital in a ‘life and death situation’ after he was believed to have stop breathing

PRO WRESTLING legend Scott Steiner was rushed to hospital in a “life and death situation” after he was believed to have stopped breathing.

 

 

According to Sean Ross Sapp of Fightful, Scott Steiner collapsed in the locker room (backstage) during Impact tapings and had to be rushed to the hospital; and needed his heart to be shocked.

Reports suggest that his condition is serious right now. Steiner had wrestled earlier on in the night and collapsed afterward in the back.

Steiner has had multiple runs in WWE thoughout his career and is a two-time WWE tag-Team Champion. He is best remembered for his Big Poppa Pump persona in WCW where he reinvented himself from a tag-team specialist to a singles star.

Scott Steiner rushed to the hospital and in very serious condition

Steiner is a former WCW World Heavyweight Champion and is also a 2-time WCW Television Champion and a two-time WWE United States Champion. Unfortunately, Steiner’s return to WWE following the demise of WCW didn’t go as well as it could have and he was released in 2004.

Steiner has sporadically wrestled in TNA/Impact Wrestling in the years since and is a two-time Tag-Team Champion in the promotion.

Scott Steiner HOSPITAL UPDATE

Scott Steiner rushed to the hospital and in very serious condition

Scott Steiner rushed to the hospital and in very serious condition

But after what looked to be a fatal situation, the 57-year-old is is said to be in a “stable” condition and expected to recover.

Reporter Brad Sheppard wrote online: “A source indicated Scott Steiner is now stable and expected to recover from what was a legitimate life and death situation.

“I’m told he stopped breathing at one point and they had to shock his heart. “Credit to a quick response by on location medical personnel.”

Wrestlers Tommy Dreamer and Scott D’Amaro accompanied Steiner to the hospital and confirmed the veteran was recovering well.

We will have more updates on Scott Steiner’s condition when details are available. From everyone at wrestling news plus, we hope that Scott Steiner makes a full recovery soon.