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WWE Hall of Famer Stone Cold Steve Austin is one of the biggest stars of the company. He has fought several high-profile stars, and legends during his illustrious career. The list also includes Scott Hall when he battled it out at WrestleMania 18. Hall was allegedly planned in to win the match but Austin made WWE change their plans.
Steve Austin did not want to lose
It was reported that Scott Hall wasn’t happy that the company had him lose to Steve Austin at WrestleMania. Hall felt that he should have been the one to go over to restore his credibility in front of the WWE audience.
As per Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, WWE’s original plan was to have ‘The Texas Rattlesnake’ lose to Razor Ramon. However, Austin ‘balked’ at the idea and the decision was changed because of Austin’s star power.
” Hall told friends, and this is the same as what I was told at the time, that Hall was originally scheduled to win. Austin, who was, along with The Rock, one of the two biggest stars in the company at the time, balked at the idea and because of Austin’s star power, it was changed,” said Meltzer.
The Rattlesnake’s match against Scott Hall was his penultimate WrestleMania match. He retired from in-ring competition soon after losing to The Rock at WrestleMania 19. He is set to make his return to the company and will have a face-off with the former WWE Universal Champion Kevin Owens on the KO Show. WrestleMania 38 will take place on Saturday, April 2, and Sunday, April 3 from AT& T Stadium in Arlington, Texas.
During a recent interview with Sports Illustrated, WWE Hall of Famer, Bret ‘Hitman’ Hart would look back at his classic WWE encounter with ‘Stone Cold’ Steve Austin at WWE WrestleMania 13.
“Steve was in his prime,” Hart says. “I don’t think he was even better. That was my peak moment, too. It was two asteroids hitting at the right time. The funniest thing about that match, and it will probably surprise people, is that we ran out of ideas when we tried to map out the match,”
Hart would continue: “But we’d always had great chemistry, so we entered the match with confidence. If you look at our match from the Survivor Series in ’96, some people argue that was an even better match. What we had was a storyline and two characters who were destined to cross paths. At that time, Steve was becoming a huge force and was just about ready to break through to a level that few wrestlers ever reach. I was lucky to be there at the right place and right time with him.”