It is a rare opportunity to hear two of the biggest stars in WWE history sit down and reflect on one of the biggest matches they ever had, especially when it was on a WrestleMania. I felt like I was listening to two a Raider and Patriot talk about the tuck rule game.
Stone Cold Steve Austin is everywhere these days. He is producing podcasts on the Internet, taping Redneck Island for CMT television, appearing at the NRA convention, and starring in movies. Ironically the one place he isn’t is on WWE television and for the life of me I can’t understand why.
This 2001 episode of Pro Wrestling Radio features the third annual WrestleDraft! The audience pick their wrestlers similar to a sports draft to help assemble a brand new fantasy pro wrestling promotion. Keep in mind that this is 2001 and WCW and ECW had just closed months earlier so there was only one real pro wrestling promotion ruling the world.
This Pro Wrestling Radio goes back to April 7, 2001 and is the first show following WWE WrestleMania 17. I take a look back and recap the entire WrestleMania event including all of the news and notes that came out of the event. The big news of the week was the heel turn of Stone Cold Steve Austin and his new alliance with Vince McMahon.
Stone Cold Steve Austin and CM Punk are doing a great job building up a match that isn’t likely to happen for at least a year and a half. While their WrestleMania 29 match may have to wait a year, they sure are planting the seeds for one of the most intriguing feuds of 2013.
This Pro Wrestling Radio classic features an interview with Stone Cold Steve Austin. The WWE Hall of Fame wrestler talks about a variety of topics including his book, wrestling The Rock, old school wrestling, and more. Originally broadcast November 08, 2003.
The WWE brought back legends and former stars for the 1000th RAW episode but one was noticeably absent. “Stone Cold” Steve Austin was not in attendance and has released a public statement to set the record straight and clear up rumors about his absence.