I mean why in the hell would WWE had decided to get rid of Scott Steiner?..........the dude is a freak and could easyly run through the roster.........screw it give me the Outsiders, Steiner Bro's, Sting, WCW alumni, and the non-sellout ECW guys anyday.......
Scott Hall's first stint in the WWF tarnished because of drug and alcohol abuse abuse. He was suspended for a long period in 1996 because of drug and alcohol issues, and often showed up to evens compleltely out of it. After his return to WWF in 2002, he was let go because of alcohol relapse and behavioral problems, which included an altercation on an airplane (which is also the same plane altercation that caused Curt Hennig to be released too) In his time with WWF and WCW Hall even had several lawsuits against him including a DUI and a sexual harassment suit.
That why the WWE is smart enough to not bring him back.
Nash wasnt resigned because of injuries including major shoulder and neck surgeries. Steiner upset WWF management in 1994 when he refused to fight his brother as the two were in ring together at Royal Rumble. The situation never improved before the Steiners contract expired in 1994. His second stint he had a 2 month injury towards the end of his contract and WWE negotiated a contractual release. Good thing cause he then had major surgery on his foot which landed him in a cast for EIGHT months! Kurt Angle was granted an early contract release due to "personal reasons". He was told he could come back to the WWE when he got things straightened out....Despite "personal reasons" he signed with TNA only a few weeks after he got his early release...hmmm, fishy!
So there ya go, you cant go ahead and blame WWE for release people for drug/alcohol/behavioral problems, injuries that lead to too much time away from the game(why pay someone who ant work?), and releases because of fake "personal issues". Dont see anything wrong with that.