He might be worth a look. Back in the late 1990s, Steve Austin took the wrestling world by storm and went on to become an all time legend of the sport. Austin was one of the few names who became known to the masses outside of wrestling and continues to be a legend today. That was clear earlier this year at WrestleMania 38 and it might still be taking place in the future.
IN CASE YOU MISSED IT: WRESTLING RUMORS: WWE Reportedly Believes Steve Austin Could Wrestle Again
Austin wrestled his first match in nineteen years back in April at WrestleMania 38, defeating Kevin Owens in the main event of the show’s first night. According to Fightful Select, WWE has made an offer for Austin to wrestle again at some point in the future. While not confirmed, Fightful’s sources believe it would be for WrestleMania 39 in April 2023. However, the two sides were said to initially be “far apart” on terms, though there is no word on if they had come closer to working out a deal.
He still had it this year. Check out Austin vs. Owens:
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Opinion: This is firmly in the category of I’ll believe it when I see it, but that is what I would have said about Austin getting back in the ring earlier this year as well. Austin is an absolute legend, but he might be running a risk of hoping that he can pull another rabbit out of his hat. The match with Owens was a total spectacle, but doing it again might be a bit too much to ask. That being said, Austin doing anything in WWE would be a big deal and I can’t blame them a bit for trying to make it work.
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