Wrestling Revealed

Steve Austin

Steve Austin endorses Cesaro

Like many wrestling fans, Steve Austin is wondering why WWE is not pushing Antonio Cesaro better. During his latest podcast interview show, the former world heavyweight champion showered the Swiss Superman with praise. Austin feels that Cesaro will somehow be able to make himself a top star even if management does not get behind him and provide him with the tools that he needs.
November 18, 2015

Ryback wants tour bus

During his podcast interview with Steve Austin, Ryback revealed that his contract with WWE was set to expire next year. From the sound of it, he has every intention of signing another deal to remain with the promotion. Ryback also stated that he was looking into the possibility of getting a tour bus when he is traveling to live events. Usually, management only provides those to the upper level guys.
November 3, 2015
Steve Austin

Austin not on Raw

Earlier in the month, WWE fans were excited to hear that Steve Austin was going to be showing up on an episode of Monday Night Raw. Even though management has been advertising his appearance, the former world heavyweight champion revealed on social media that he is not scheduled to be on television. He is only attending the event to film his podcast interview with Brock Lesnar.
October 13, 2015
Steve Austin

Kevin Nash leaving WWE

The history books were changed when Kevin Nash and Scott Hall left WWE for WCW. New details from that chapter have been revealed. During a podcast interview with Steve Austin, Hall revealed that one of the reasons why Nash was willing to leave the promotion was because management sided with Bret Hart in his decision to refuse to take the power bomb finisher. Nash felt that management did not have enough respect for him.
October 7, 2015
Michael Hayes

Austin boycotting Wrestlemania

In a rather bold statement, Steve Austin revealed during a podcast interview that he was going to boycott Wrestlemania next year if WWE does not induct Michael Hayes into the hall of fame as an individual. Austin feels that Hayes should have been inducted when the pay per view was in Georgia. He thinks that Dallas would be a suitable place because of the history that Hayes and the Von Erich family created in that region.
October 5, 2015
Scott Hall

nWo in WWE

During his podcast interview with Steve Austin, Scott Hall revealed that he was never really comfortable when he was doing the nWo gimmick in WWE. He stated that Vince McMahon told him right off the bat that he was willing to do the stable with just Kevin Nash and Hulk Hogan. Hall said that made him uncomfortable. He also mentioned that he knew that McMahon would never really push the New World Order like they should have been.
October 2, 2015
Triple H

Jake Roberts bashes sledgehammers

Earlier this week, Jake Roberts was a guest on the podcast show that Steve Austin does weekly. One of his comments might gain him some backstage heat with Triple H. Roberts vented on the show and stated that a heel using a sledgehammer as a weapon is a bad idea. The WWE legend states that doing so shows a lack of ring psychology, something that HHH takes a lot of pride in having.
September 23, 2015
Steve Austin

Jake Roberts snake nickname

During a podcast interview with Steve Austin, Jake Roberts revealed the origin of his Snake nickname. He claims that it was given to him by Paul Orndorff because Roberts kept sneaking behind his back and stealing his ring rats. Orndorff kept calling him a snake, so that nickname stuck. Roberts confessed that the snake gimmick made all of the difference in the world when it comes to his popularity and longevity in the business.
September 18, 2015
Steve Austin

Steve Austin bashes WWE belts

During his most recent podcast interview show, Steve Austin talked about some of his favorite championship belts that he carried throughout his illustrious career. When asked about the tag team championship belts that WWE currently utilizes, he didn't really have kind words. He stated that the straps look like copper coins that were ran over by a train and placed on a piece of leather.
September 6, 2015
Ric Flair

Vince McMahon controls records

During a podcast interview between Ric Flair and Steve Austin, the topic of records being broken was discussed. Austin revealed that Vince McMahon is quite meticulous and protective of records that he controls. Austin even went as far as to say that McMahon keeps a book of all the records, so that he can decide which ones he wants to alter. Right now, McMahon is pondering the possibility of John Cena beating the record held by Flair.
September 5, 2015