Professor Scott Steiner gives us all a valuable math lesson regarding Samoa Joe’s chances of beating him.

Say what you want about Scott as a wrestler, but his promos are almost always pure gold.

Professor Scott Steiner gives us all a valuable math lesson regarding Samoa Joe’s chances of beating him.

Say what you want about Scott as a wrestler, but his promos are almost always pure gold.

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Senor Joe!

I suddenly have an obnoxious craving for a Steiner twitter rant.

This video is so much better when you turn on YouTube’s Closed Captions.

I can’t thank you enough for that suggestion

Best. Suggestion. Ever.

Oh man, this is so true! Haha!

Great stuff, mr Steiner does what he does best, graphics sure helped… I guess the fact that I’m a math teacher made the clip even more funny:)

This is funny as shit.

Quite possibly the most flawless use of mathematics in history.Using Steiner mathematics, I calculate his odds of ever appearing on WWE or TNA again at 75 to the third power percent. He is, after all, a genetic freak.

But if you take Samoa Joe’s 8 1/3% chance and multiply that by the 25% chance of beating Steiner at Sacrifice, then the chance of Steiner showing up on Botchmania is a constant.

Drastic go down!

Anyone who slams Scott Steiner’s mic skills can piss up a rope.

The math got thrown off horribly when Angle was injured and Kaz took his spot.

Damn variables!

Road Trip to Vegas with Big Poppa Pump!!! I can’t wait to watch him as he tries to count cards.

“You got a 732.67543% chance of getting a card next, then you multiply it by .4567 and you get another card. Add those two numbers up and round up to the Dewey Decimal System then take the remainder and subtract 3. Kurt Angle you know you can’t beat me so don’t play, Senior Jake you have 22 but I got 23.”

A trip to Vegas with Scott would be amazing…

No it wouldn’t, you’d have to get his bags, he drive the wrong way down one way streets to look for a gym and he’ll take you to Cracker Barrel but then force you to give him $10.

As funny as this was, for me the utterly perplexed facial expressions on Petey Williams(in all his Little Petey Pump getup) as he tried to make sense of Scotty’s math were priceless lol