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

## It Came From YouTube: A math lesson from Professor Scott Steiner

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**Submitted by "The Big Cheese" Paul Kraft on Mon, 29 July 2013, 00:00**

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

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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.

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!