Steve Austin Returning For Massive WWE Shows?

WWE Hall of Famer Booker T recently spoke about fellow WWE Hall of Famer ‘Stone Cold’ Steve Austin. ‘The Texas Rattlesnake’ and recently inducted into the Hall of Fame, The Undertaker are two of the biggest names of the company. Booker T recently noted that Austin could fill the void of Taker in WWE. He spoke about the matter on The Hall of Fame podcast.



Booker T talks about Steve Austin

With “Stone Cold” Steve Austin stating that he’s open to being involved with WrestleMania 39, following his successful comeback match at WrestleMania 38, Booker believes that there is room for Austin to have an even more prominent role with the company moving forward.

Booker T suggested that WWE may be finding itself short on special attractions right now. Triple H was forced into retirement earlier this year by health issues. The Undertaker and Shawn Michaels are two other retired legends who may have wrestled their last matches. There appears to be a void that “Stone Cold” Steve Austin could fill if he’s willing to do so:

“I wouldn’t say just a WrestleMania guy or anything like that. Starpower is everything. Saudi Arabia, to have ‘Stone Cold’ on that card right there? Boom, I’m sure the people over there would love it, man. To see Austin in Cardiff, Wales? Man, that would be awesome because I’m sure the guys over there haven’t seen him in such a long time. To see ‘Stone Cold’ Steve Austin live, up close, in person – that would just be a moment for those guys just to see Steve Austin.

“Forget about him in the ring,” Booker T continued. “To see him, take a photo with him, shake a hand, tell a story, whatever it may be, that crowd would get its money’s worth if Steve was a part of it. Steve may be the new Undertaker – the guy that [shows] up to pop the crowd, give the crowd that moment that they’re gonna remember for the rest of their lives, and me personally, I think that’s a damn good position to be in.”

Barry Russell
Barry Russell
A dedicated pro wrestling follower for more than a decade

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