While chatting with Jim Ross on the Ross Report, Steve Austin confirmed that he was indeed going to be at Wrestlemania 32. The former world heavyweight champion also revealed that WWE has already started writing a segment for him, but he obviously cannot reveal anything at this point in time. Austin previously stated that he was not booked to be at the pay per view whatsoever.
January 13, 2016
Reports have surfaced that WWE officials were not panicking when Seth Rollins went down with a torn ACL injury. Though they view him as an important piece of the product, losing Rollins is not on the same level as losing The Rock or Steve Austin to an injury. Plus, the front office already had made plans for Roman Reigns to take over the top spot at the Survivor Series anyways.
November 22, 2015
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
During a recent interview with TMZ, Goldberg revealed his opponent of choice if he were to make a one time return to WWE. Since it would need to be a huge draw for him to make the most money possible, the former world heavyweight champion said he would only do the match if Steve Austin was in the other corner. Austin has long been telling fans that he would return if a great idea came about.
November 9, 2015
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
Things have changed a bit since the last time that Steve Austin was on the road full time for WWE. They are now using a system that takes away a lot of the creative freedom that performers used to have. Austin said that the current system was to restrictive for him. He doesn't feel that he would do well at all in the current system. Management likes to have every little detail planned out in advance.
November 2, 2015