STEVE AUSTIN WRESTLEMANIA
Name
Steve Austin
Real Name
Steve Austin
Date of Birth
December 18, 1964
Place of Birth
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Hometown
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Debut
1989
Steve Austin
Since the inception of his podcast show, Steve Austin has managed to interview some of the biggest names in professional wrestling, and he's looking to take it up a notch by interviewing the Undertaker next. The two WWE legends met up during Wrestlemania 30 weekend, and they discussed doing the interview when Austin is back in Texas in a couple of days.
April 10, 2014
Steve Austin
Considering how incredible the show was, WWE should not have any issues with coming up with Wrestlemania 30 highlights to show on Monday Night Raw this week. Brock Lesnar, Undertaker, Hulk Hogan, Steve Austin, Rock, Daniel Bryan, Triple H, Batista, John Cena, Bray Wyatt, Randy Orton, Kofi Kingston, Big Show and Antonio Cesaro provided plenty of memorable Wrestlemania moments.
April 7, 2014
Steve Austin
In an almost surreal scene, Wrestlemania 30 started off with Hulk Hogan, Steve Austin and the Rock standing together in the middle of a WWE ring. The three of them were each given time to address the audience before throwing out their respective catchphrases. Then, the Hogan, Austin and Rock all drank beers to the delight of the Wrestlemania crowd.
April 6, 2014
Steve Austin
A picture of the Rock, Jim Ross and Steve Austin backstage at the WWE Hall of Fame induction ceremony. The three of them are all expected to be at Wrestlemania 30 on Sunday.
April 6, 2014
Steve Austin
"I could get more out of that guy than anybody else walking Planet Earth. He could have that ultimate 'Come to Jesus' meeting with me. Punk's been around for a long time and he's a smart guy, but he never stepped into a damn squared circle with the intensity of a guy like Stone Cold Steve Austin." - Steve Austin discusses potential match with CM Punk at Wrestlemania 31
April 5, 2014
Steve Austin
The hot rumor heading into this weekend is that CM Punk will be at Wrestlemania 30. First, Steve Austin made the prediction that the former world heavyweight champion will be at the pay per view. Now, Diamond Dallas Page is doing the same in an interview with Wrestle Talk TV. Both Austin and DDP have connections backstage, so there might be some merit to their predictions on Punk.
April 4, 2014
Steve Austin
At one point in time, he was rumored to be working a high profile match at this pay per view against CM Punk, but it looks like WWE will have to settle for just a cameo appearance by Steve Austin at Wrestlemania 30. The rumors are that some sort of agreement has been made, and Austin will be involved in some shape or form during the main show.
April 3, 2014
Steve Austin
"I'm telling you, I'm going to stick to my prediction that CM Punk is going to make his return at WrestleMania 30 in New Orleans. I made this prediction two months ago here on the show. It's been a long time, I think he's cooled his jets, he's got some rest, and I think it's time to get back to work. I don't see him participating in a match but it would be great to see him in a run-in to establish himself, to entrench himself immediately in a memorable and just a great moment, and I would say plant himself firmly in the middle of an angle, because he would be the angle, by attacking whoever he sees fit to attack or asserting his presence rather, whatever the case may be. But I see CM Punk coming back at WrestleMania 30. Who knows if it will happen. We will know in about six short days when WrestleMania actually happens." - Steve Austin predicting that CM Punk will return this weekend
April 2, 2014
Steve Austin
WWE has been trying to figure out a way to get Steve Austin involved at Wrestlemania 30, and they might have just found a potentially good way. There are talks that Austin could be chosen to induct Paul Bearer into the hall of fame. The two of them actually worked together in WCCW before becoming superstars in WWE for Vince McMahon.
March 17, 2014
Steve Austin
Since the company was so focused on other wrestlers over the last couple of months, Steve Austin has not been a focal point for WWE heading into Wrestlemania 30, but there is now a change, as management wants to do a big merchandise push in the coming months. Despite not being there any more, Austin still remains as one of the top merchandise sellers for WWE.
March 13, 2014
Steve Austin
During a podcast interview with Jim Ross, Steve Austin stated that he thinks CM Punk will be back in time for Wrestlemania 30. He advised the former world heavyweight champion to not make the same mistake he did by not finishing his contract. Austin stated that the breach of contract prevented him from collecting royalties, and he does not want Punk to make the same mistake.
February 21, 2014
Steve Austin
While being interviewed by Larry King, John Cena was asked about who his dream opponent is, and he quickly stated that he would like to wrestle Steve Austin at Wrestlemania 31. There is speculations that Cena is planting the seeds for a potential match, as WWE has long been interested in the return of one of their greatest stars ever.
February 21, 2014
Steve Austin
During the new Jim Ross podcast, Steve Austin revealed that while he was visiting backstage at Monday Night Raw in Los Angeles earlier this month, none of the officials in WWE approached him about making an appearance at Wrestlemania 30 in a couple of weeks. He might still be there at the pay per view, though.
February 20, 2014
Steve Austin
During his interview with Jim Ross on his new podcast, Steve Austin talked about his own retirement from professional wrestling. He stated that he did not reveal it to the world at Wrestlemania 19 because it was not good for business. Vince McMahon asked him to keep it quiet because WWE was going public.
February 19, 2014
Steve Austin
Jim Ross kicked off his new podcast series, and he had his good friend Steve Austin as the guest. The two longtime WWE stars discussed the Undertaker and his upcoming retirement. Ross and Austin agreed that his final match in the company should take place in his home state of Texas, and the opponent should be none other than John Cena at Wrestlemania.
February 19, 2014
Steve Austin

Despite being one of its biggest stars of all time, Steve Austin has not come to an agreement with WWE on making an appearance at Wrestlemania 30 yet. The company has been heavily focused on signing Hulk Hogan and the Ultimate Warrior to a deal.

January 24, 2014
Steve Austin

While some fans still hold out hope for it to happen, Steve Austin will not be wrestling at Wrestlemania 30, and people within WWE have already come to accept that as a fact. He might still make a special guest appearance that weekend, though.

December 31, 2013
Brock Lesnar
It was heavily speculated that Brock Lesnar would be taking time off after Wrestlemania 30, and it looks like the rumors are true. WWE has removed him from their list of available performers backstage. There are talks that he could be out until Summerslam 2014, unless management can convince him to work some dates before then.
April 17, 2014
Great Khali
While he worked the battle royal at Wrestlemania 30, the Great Khali is not actively back on the road with WWE after all. The former world heavyweight champion is being given another four weeks off. He is scheduled to return to television in the middle of May. No word yet on why he is being give time off, but there are some rumors that he is injured.
April 17, 2014
Vickie Guerrero
After being heavily rumored to be leaving the company after Wrestlemania 30, Vickie Guerrero has continued to be on the road for WWE. This week, she worked the Smackdown taping. Afterwards, the wrestlers got together and threw her a little birthday party once the television taping was done. She turned 46 today.
April 16, 2014
AJ Lee
A video of the first title defense by former developmental star Paige, who worked a match against Alicia Fox on Monday Night Raw this week, since winning the WWE Divas Championship from AJ Lee the night after Wrestlemania 30.
April 16, 2014
Vince McMahon
WWE has issued a statement touting the fact that a record number of households watched Wrestlemania 30 this year. That total comes from both the WWE Network and traditional pay per view buys. One of the reasons why Vince McMahon wanted to launch the online service was to draw in more people for the pay per view with the lower monthly pricing.
April 16, 2014
Ultimate Warrior
Since there was still a buzz surrounding the professional wrestling industry, many had expected viewership for Monday Night Raw to increase this week because the company was doing a tribute to the Ultimate Warrior, who died last week. WWE was disappointed to learn that fewer people tuned in this week than for the episode after Wrestlemania 30.
April 16, 2014
Alberto Del Rio
Prior to Wrestlemania 30, there were plans in place to push Alberto Del Rio towards Big E Langston and the WWE Intercontinental Championship, so when the tournament was announced, many viewed Del Rio as a top candidate to win. However, management has changed their minds on that push, as evident by the fact that Del Rio lost to Rob Van Dam on Monday Night Raw this week.
April 16, 2014
Batista
After beating Triple H, Randy Orton and Batista at Wrestlemania 30 for the heavyweight championship, a lot of fans wondered who WWE will choose to work with Bryan in his first month as champion. As of right now, it looks like management is leaning heavily towards Kane to be his first major opponent. The two are expected to work Extreme Rules 2014 together.
April 15, 2014
Brock Lesnar
While a lot of people assume that he is an asshole because of his reserved nature, Brock Lesnar actually impressed quite a bit of people in WWE with the amount of respect that he showed the Undertaker at Wrestlemania 30. Not only did he thanks Undertaker in the ring for letting him beat the streak, Lesnar also rode to the hospital afterwards to visit Undertaker.
April 15, 2014
Rock
It has been a rather busy month for the Rock. First, he flies into New Olreans to give WWE a hand with Wrestlemania 30. Then, he heads over to England to finalize things with the Hercules movie. Rock also stopped in Dubai to do some promotional work. His next stop is Australia, where the former WWE champion will start shooting the San Andreas movie.
April 15, 2014
Jim Ross
"I assume that he hasn't signed with WWE only because WWE hasn't announced it. Signing Sting would create positive news for WWE as he is a major star that WWE can monetize in a variety of ways if he comes aboard. I don't see Sting even needing to wrestle to be a viable asset to WWE if he does sign with the company. If Sting did have one match it WWE it would need to be a long build, much anticipated one that has a significant payoff at a major event more specifically Wrestlemania 31." - Jim Ross talks about the rumors of Sting signing with WWE
April 15, 2014
Vince McMahon
Since the company was not exactly pleased with the amount of subscribers that have already signed up, Vince McMahon and company are offering another free trial for the WWE Network. Management wants to get a lot closer to the one million mark before the year ends, so that they can tout the project as a success. A replay of Wrestlemania 30 is being included with the free trial.
April 14, 2014
Michael Hayes
In a sign of just how valued he is within the company, Michael Hayes is still with WWE. He remains a fairly high ranking official for the company and has a big role backstage, even though he has had so many incidents and suspensions. WWE is even tossing around the idea of inducting the Freebirds into the hall of fame during Wrestlemania 32, which is rumored to be held in Texas.
April 14, 2014
Bruno Sammartino
Rumors have it that Triple H is the main driving force behind Bruno Sammartino staying involved with WWE. The company already has received his biggest marketing contributions when he was inducted into the hall of fame, but since HHH is a big fan of Sammartino, the two sides are maintaining a working relationship. Sammartino was at Wrestlemania 30 weekend, even though he was not featured on screen.
April 14, 2014
Rock
After his cameo appearance at Wrestlemania 30, the Rock has headed back to England to put in more work into the Hercules film. While WWE fans were hoping that he would stick around and make a couple of more appearances, the former world heavyweight champion is not expected to make another return for the foreseeable future. WWE is still trying to convince him to come back in 2015.
April 14, 2014
Undertaker
When Vince McMahon decided to end the legendary winning streak at Wrestlemania 30, he knew it would be a tricky situation to pull off. WWE officials were said to be quite disappointed with how things turned out. They managed to shock the audience like they wanted to. However, they were hoping for a much better send off for Undertaker from the fans.
April 13, 2014
Lanny Poffo
Rumors are heating up that WWE has secured a deal to induct Randy Savage into the hall of fame during Wrestlemania 31 weekend next year in Silicon Valley. The company flew in his brother, Lanny Poffo, to New Orleans, and the belief is that the move was done in order to secure the blessings of his remaining family members.
April 13, 2014
Titus ONeil
Rumors surfaced before Wrestlemania 30 that Titus ONeil was no longer going to be on the receiving end of a push in WWE. Those plans have not been changed, as management is planning on pushing several of the newer stars ahead of him. ONeil, however, has some job security, as WWE feels that he is a great representative at public appearances.
April 13, 2014
Brock Lesnar
There was actually a push backstage in WWE to have Jim Ross doing commentary at Wrestlemania 30. The legendary performer was penciled in to call the match between Brock Lesnar and Undertaker. WWE opted against the idea because they were concerned that fans might be able to figure out that Undertaker was going to be losing the match since Ross was brought back for the occasion.
April 13, 2014
Jeff Jarrett
Earlier in the year, Jim Ross informed fans that he would not be attending Wrestlemania 30, but things changed over the last couple of weeks, as WWE has made amends with their former commentator. The rumor is that management wanted to appease Ross because there is a fear within the company that he might join Jeff Jarrett and Global Force Wrestling.
April 12, 2014
Steve Austin
"Shocked to hear of the Ultimate Warrior's death. I used to drive to the Sportatorium in Dallas to see him in WCCW. He had a damn good run. Rest in peace." - Steve Austin on the passing of the Ultimate Warrior
April 9, 2014
Jim Ross
For a while there, people expected Jim Ross to not be on hand for the WWE Hall of Fame induction ceremony because the commentator himself stated that he had prior engagements. Apparently, he was able to cancel those plans after WWE officials invited him to attend the event. He even sat in the front row with Steve Austin.
April 6, 2014
Brock Lesnar
"I remember seeing Brock Lesnar the first time he walked into the doors of WWE. All the boys were gathered around eating dinner and Brock Lesnar walks in. He might as well could have had a bolt on each side of his neck, because he looked like just a monstrous Frankenstein of a human being. You don't see guys like Brock Lesnar walk around every single day of your life." - Steve Austin talks about meeting Brock Lesnar backstage for the first time
April 2, 2014
Bret Hart
During an interview session with fans in Manchester, Bret Hart revealed that he has still has some backstage heat with Hulk Hogan. He cited an incident back in 1993, where Hogan refused to shake his hand while he was talking to Brutus Beefcake. Hart states that he and Steve Austin did the same thing back to Hogan much later on.
March 25, 2014
Goldberg
During a recent interview, Buff Bagwell was asked about John Cena, and he stated that he could have been just as big as Cena had WWE given him the exact same push. He also noted that Cena was not as good as guys like Sting, Goldberg, Steve Austin and the Rock. Bagwell feels that Cena is simply at the right place at the right time.
March 10, 2014
Jim Ross
During his podcast interview with Jim Ross, the topic of John Cena doing a heel turn was brought up with Steve Austin. The former WWE star was adamant that the move should not happen. Austin pointed out that his own heel turn was a disaster because it ruined his merchandise sales. He feels that the same would happen if Cena were to make the turn.
March 6, 2014
Brock Lesnar
CM Punk was not the only former WWE star that attended the UFC event in Las Vegas over the weekend. Steve Austin was there as well. He has been frequently spotted at MMA shows, especially back when Brock Lesnar was still fighting. No word yet on whether or not Punk and Austin got together for a discussion that night.
February 24, 2014
Jim Ross
During their podcast interview session, both Jim Ross and Steve Austin stated that WWE will eventually put the heavyweight championship on Daniel Bryan, as Vince McMahon is too smart not to see his popularity. However, Austin stated that the company might make the mistake of waiting too long and turning the moment into an anti climatic one.
February 22, 2014
Jim Ross
"Well, I had that happen. Stone Cold did that and went home. And he regrets it to this very day. Because he just--you never get into a situation where--there's a couple of basics things here. One is that you don't want to get into a situation where it becomes easy for you as a professional or in private life to start breaking commitments. And a contract is a commitment. I think that the other thing is that you never get--you never save enough money nor can you live a starkness existence. The way you got all the money you're ever gonna need and you live good money laying behind. I personally don't believe in that. And I think a lot of the wrestlers over the years would say the same thing. So I'm not a fan of anybody in any walk of life exiting before it's time. But I also don't know all the information. This may have been a situation where Punk needed to take his leave and recharge his batteries a long time ago. I don't know. I haven't been there. And I have observed his privacy by not reaching out to him in several weeks." - Jim Ross compares the backstage heat incidents involving CM Punk and Steve Austin
February 15, 2014
Steve Austin
"I was actually a bit pissed off that I had to be there, because I had just gotten back from Texas, I was out of shape, I hadn't really unpacked my bags from being at the ranch for two months. But I was so proud and happy that I went. Way back in the day when I started out in 1990, I would have never envisioned that the business would ever turn to this or someone would have the vision to do it. Vince McMahon was standing right in front of me, about two feet away, and I slapped him on the back two times and I said, 'That's impressive.' And I left that thing being extremely impressed with what WWE has come up with now." - Steve Austin discusses his appearance during the WWE Network announcement
February 15, 2014
John Cena
Last week, WWE did a tour of California, and Steve Austin took that opportunity to get some work in. The former world heavyweight champion managed to get interviews in with John Cena, Zeb Colter, Big Show and William Regal while the performers were in Los Angeles for Monday Night Raw. His podcast has featured several of the biggest stars in the industry.
February 15, 2014
Steve Austin
"I know where I'm at in my life right now where anything's possible. Being involved in some capacity would be fun. But, I like the way I operated back then, I like the way the landscape was back then, I like the creative liberties and freedoms I had back then. I don't know that walking in there right now, that I would have those same freedoms, and I don't know that I could operate in that system." - Steve Austin discusses WWE return
February 12, 2014
Steve Austin
Several familiar faces were backstage at Monday Night Raw this week, as the show was being held at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, where a couple of former world champions live. Fans already knew that Steve Austin was going to be there, but it now appears that Rob Van Dam, who is still rumored to return to WWE, was backstage as well.
February 11, 2014
Steve Austin
While everyone knows about his ranch in Texas, Steve Austin also spends a lot of time living in Los Angeles, as that enables him to focus on his career in Hollywood. Monday Night Raw happens to be in southern California tonight, and there are talks that the legendary WWE star will be showing up at the event tonight and visiting backstage.
February 10, 2014
Steve Austin
Steve Austin recently had a scare while taping his podcast show. He had to put everything on hold and evacuate the building for ten minutes or so when a fire alarm started ringing. Everything was fine, and he was able to finish the show afterwards.
February 6, 2014
Steve Austin

Jim Ross is finalizing a deal to produce his own podcast show, and he's decided to call up a good buddy of his to help him out. Former WWE superstar Steve Austin is expected to be the first person that the long time commentator interviews on his show.

February 4, 2014
Road Dogg

"Hulk Hogan left. Rock left. Steve Austin left. Shawn Michaels left. Theses were huge stars! Superstars come and go. The show must go on! You wait on the future.Don't over think my last Tweet. Human emotions are involved and they're always unpredictable. We should all be able to understand that."

- Road Dogg discusses the departure of CM Punk from WWE

January 31, 2014
Vince McMahon

"To see CM Punk, I just think that he was backed into a corner, he got a little frustrated and he took his ball and went home. I think one of two things will happen. I think Vince McMahon will fly out to Chicago or wherever he is, work some Jedi mind trick and convince him to come back, or maybe he will think through the process - and he's got a lot of years left in the tank - and never leave money on the table when you can go ahead and make that money."

- Steve Austin discussing the backstage heat situation in WWE

January 31, 2014
Triple H

"There is no real comparison, that is like comparing a diamond and a chunk of coal. Vince McMahon is an absolute master, he is a brilliant man, you take a look at going up against WCW, Ted Turner and that whole organisation. Turner gave us all no cut contracts; Hulk Hogan, Brutus Beefcake, Bret Hart, and myself all went to WCW. Vince then took all the cast offs like Triple H and Steve Austin and turned them into global superstars and once again he was on top. You've got to give Vince credit, he is not your friend, if you want a friend go buy a puppy, Vince is your boss. He will use you and make you money but when the time is right he will flush you down the toilet and won't think twice about it, welcome to the real world."

- Jim Duggan on Eric Bischoff

January 23, 2014
Steve Austin

"First of all, I want people to realize that it is hard to see all the old stars come back to Hall of Fame stuff and me not be included in all these things. I accomplished more than anyone in 2 years at WWF and I was part of one of the biggest match that started the attitude era with Bret Hart vs. Steve Austin. That match changed wrestling to what it is today. There is not a peep from anyone within WWE. I don't know why they won't give me a shot in the WWE and to challenge for the WWE title. I have reached out through many different types of media and the only thing I've heard back is that they're doing okay and don't need me. I say that if you're gonna be bringing people back from the attitude era and before that then I don't understand why you wouldn't bring me back. There seems to be a black mark against me and I don't understand it."

- Ken Shamrock on potential WWE return

January 21, 2014