Few former WWE superstars are as vocal a critic of the company as Scott Steiner, who has been lashing out at his past employer and some of its top management in the recent months.
Big Poppa Pump's latest criticism comes as no surprise as he and the Vince McMahon-run federation aren't exactly in good terms. The former WCW heavyweight champion worked at the company in the 2000s.
Steiner slammed the WWE when he was asked what he would change about the company during a media press call to promote Impact Wrestling's Slammiversary pay-per-view (PPV) event, which airs this Sunday (2 June).
"Yeah, the first few changes they need to get rid of Stephanie McMahon and Hunter McMahon. Cause they're two idiots that are running the whole place up there," he said.
"It's like, I mean, I feel sorry for the wrestlers up there, they gotta follow the instructions of these two idiots that clearly don't know what they're doing."
He also talked about the WWE's falling ratings.
"People don't wanna watch it because the ratings are down and the reason why I call Hunter McMahon is because she obviously wears the pants," he said. "He's a ball-less walking around human being."
Steiner recently slammed Stephanie McMahon and Triple H when asked if he had watched the latest episode of NXT during a recent interview with bodybuilding vlog Nick's Strength and Power.
"F**k the WWE," he said. "Who's in charge and who runs it, you know? There ain't two bigger douchebags than Triple H and Stephanie [McMahon], you know? So..." he told the show's anchor as transcribed by Bleeding Cool.
He did not stop with the insults as he also touched upon Stephanie and Savage's rumoured affair that led the wrestler to move out of the company in 1994 only to return years later.
"Why did Triple H make a statue of Ric Flair? Where is it now? Where do you think it's at? There's no Hall of Fame. You got an address for the Hall of Fame?" Steiner asked the interviewer.
"Triple H's house?" the interviewer replied. "Exactly," Steiner said and added, "And they better not make one of The Macho Man [Randy Savage]."