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During the latest episode of the 83 Weeks Podcast, Eric Bischoff spoke about WrestleMania 38 and the return of Steve Austin in an official wrestling match. The fans saw the in-ring return of ‘Stone Cold Steve Austin after 19 long years. He defeated Kevin Owens in a ‘No Holds Barred match. He later returned the night two of the show and ended up hitting a ‘Stunner’ on Austin Theory and his mentor, WWE Chairman Vince McMahon, who botched the move.
Eric Bischoff opens up on Vince McMahon
Continuing to talk about Steve Austin’s encounter with Vince McMahon at WrestleMania, Eric Bischoff mentioned the botched Stunner and why he doesn’t want people to be talking about that coming out of the show. The WWE Hall of Famer also made an interesting statement about this year’s WrestleMania calling it one of his favorite Mania’s in a long time.
“I know people are going to be laughing about the Stunner and whatever but come on man,” Bischoff said. “You pay money to be entertained and having fun is a part of that. That whole segment was nothing but fun. Yeah, the Stunner looked horrible and I would imagine Vince is very angry with himself but hopefully, he gives himself a break because he entertained the hell out of me and a lot of people man. Hats off to Vince, the entire team, and so many people. What an incredible event, in many ways, I think it’s one of my favorite WrestleManias in a long time.”
He further spoke about how well Steve Austin is doing:
“To see Steve in there doing what Steve is great at doing,” Bischoff said. “And even beyond that, forget the fact that me and Steve are friends, we’ve spent a lot of time in the industry together, we’re peers in that era if you want to put it that way. Forget about all of that, the crowd reaction. It was awesome man, it was just awesome. I came home, I got back in time just last night and I picked up right when the Pat McAfee, Vince McMahon stuff.
“I don’t know man, I can’t say enough good things about it, it was so much fun. I think for me WrestleMania is all about the emotion and WWE did a fantastic job of balancing nostalgia with what’s going on today, the hot story, and the hot matchup. Obviously, Brock with Roman was great, Rousey with Charlotte Flair was fantastic. There were so many great things but such a well-balanced presentation.”