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Well it may be steel and it's certainly hot but no.
It's steel, it's hot and it's even being rolled, but still no. Not technically. Bogsidebunny and sykes.1 have it.
Its hot coiled spring.
Rolled steel is sheet steel used for the sides and tops of cars, refrigerators... You often see a large roll of sheet steel on flatbed semis on the interstate.
You left off the color, Red Hot Rolled Round, just like Rojas burrito's.
Nothin' new for Arkansas where they've long had Hot Springs.
When I've bought shaped steel there's always a choice between hot-rolled and cold-rolled when it comes to round stock (just my limited experience). Cold-rolled is a lot harder and stronger. Hot rolled is a lot easier to work with for a welding fab project, plenty strong enough for most things and much easier to heat and bend/forge to shape.