Razor defeated Jarrett in a ladder match at a May 19, 1995 house show to win his third WWF Intercontinental Championship.  Razor Ramon was the first man to win the Intercontinental Title three times .  On May 22, he re-lost the title to Jarrett.  On June 9, Razor suffered a rib injury during a ladder match rematch against Jarrett.  Around this time, he had formed a team with Savio Vega , and Vega replaced Razor to defeat Irwin R. Schyster in the Free for All tournament match before the King of the Ring pay-per-view .  Razor managed Vega throughout the tournament. He lost to Mabel in the final match.  Razor and Vega lost to Men on a Mission (Mabel and Mo ) at In Your House 2: The Lumberjacks ,  and lost a WWF (World) Tag Team Championship match to Owen Hart and Yokozuna on the August 7 episode of Raw . 
Scott Steiner did a media conference call to promote Sunday's Slammiversary XV pay-per-view presented by Impact Wrestling, which you can watch in the video above. Steiner will team with Josh Mathews to oppose Joseph Park and Jeremy Borash in a tag team match. owner Raj Giri was on the call and asked for his thoughts on the business today and what are the changes that should be made. "Yeah, the first few changes they need to get rid of Stephanie McMahon and Hunter McMahon," Steiner stated (at the 9:15 mark of the video). "Cause they're two idiots that are running the whole place up there. 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." Steiner, who worked for the WWE from 1992 through 1994 and again from 2002 to 2004, went on to lash out against Triple H and pointed towards WWE's record-low television 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's a ball-less walking around human being," said Steiner. After that, a conversation ensued about WWE statues being made for Ric Flair and "Macho Man" Randy Savage. This preceded another Scott Steiner rant, one directed at Stephanie McMahon regarding Savage. "Have you seen that statue of The Macho Man," Steiner asked. "That's never going to leave Stephanie's bedroom, so no, you ain't ever going to see that. No." Steiner of course was referring to a long-standing but never confirmed rumor that Randy Savage's falling out with Vince McMahon and WWE had to do with an affair with a young Stephanie McMahon before he left the company in 1994, never to return. See Also Josh Mathews On Scott Steiner As A Tag Partner, Fans Booing Him, If Abyss Shows Up At Slammiversary "Where do you think all these statues are at? Cause there sure ain't no building," Steiner continued. "They're probably collecting dust in a warehouse somewhere." When asked if he would accept an induction into the WWE Hall of Fame, Steiner said he would do it if the price was right. "Vince gets paid to, you know, put on a show. Yeah, pay me," said Steiner. "Cause Vince is getting paid to show the program, I mean, you know. I ain't doing anything for free, he doesn't do anything for free. He wants, you know. So yeah, if the price is right." Make sure to join us here at on Sunday night for our live coverage of Impact Wrestling's Slammiversary XV. You can listen to highlights from Steiner's media call below: Got a news tip or correction? Send it to us by clicking here .
Steiner designed the curriculum of his schools around notions that he apparently got by special spiritual insight into the nature of Nature and the nature of children. He believed we are each composed of body, spirit, and soul. He believed that children pass through three seven-year stages and that education should be appropriate to the spirit for each stage. Birth to age 7, he claimed, is a period for the spirit to adjust to being in the material world. At this stage, children best learn through imitation. Academic content is held to a minimum during these years. Children are told fairy tales, but do no reading until about the second grade. They learn about the alphabet and writing in first grade.