Scott Steiner is reportedly “doing well” after collapsing backstage at an Impact Wrestling taping.
Sean Ross Sapp reported tonight that Steiner collapsed while filming pre tapes for a TNA-themed episode of Impact tonight in Atlanta, Georgia. Pro Wrestling Sheet later reported that he was worked on by paramedics on-scene and was eventually taken to the emergency room.
“Im at the hospital right now w/ @ScottDAmore @JoeyRyanOnline,” Tommy Dreamer wrote on Twitter. “Scott Steiner is doing well. And under great care. Say a prayer for Big Poppa Pump. Holla if ya hear me.”
“For all concerned parties @ScottSteiner is OK,” wrote Scott D’Amore, EVP of Impact Wrestling. “His family is grateful for everybody’s concern and support.”
Steiner made his debut for TNA back in 2006 and is most famous for his run with The Main Event Mafia stable. He made sporadic appearances throughout the last decade, most recently teaming with former protege Petey Williams and Jordynne Grace during Impact’s Unbreakable event last August.