Sunday, February 28, 2010

Steve Austin Talks About Hosting RAW on March 15


WWE Hall of Famer "Stone Cold" Steve Austin says he won't be doing any wrestling on March 15 when he guest hosts Raw two weeks before WrestleMania 26.

Austin also said he won't be busting out the ATV in tribute to his last appearance at WrestleMania 25 and when he was the "sheriff" General Manager on Raw during the mid-2000s.

"Hosting Raw on March 15 in San Diego. No atv that I know of. Maybe they will surprise me. No more matches. I will leave well enuff alone," Austin said on his Twitter page.

Austin added a comment that he's okay with playing a "PG version" of his Stone Cold character, saying there won't be any middle fingers when he guest-hosts.

"No middle fingers in San Diego. The system has changed a little. I'm cool with that. Times change," he said.

Austin recently talked about not wrestling again in a WWE Magazine interview. Read the story here.

Friday, February 26, 2010

I May Be Moving....

Hey guys, there is a great possibility that I may move this website over to WordPress. I am still working on all of the kinks, layout, etc... so stay tuned. It's not official as of yet. Just giving you a heads up. Wordpress will allow me to do more with the website than Blogger will, so that's why I am moving (plus, I need to learn how to use WP anyway).

Thanks for the support!

Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Will Steve Austin Be The Last Guest Host to Host RAW?


The Figure Four Weekly Newsletter is reporting that Stone Cold Steve Austin might end up being Raw's final guest host. At this point, Austin is the last scheduled host of the show, and it's uncertain whether or not WWE will continue with the gimmick. Originally, the plan was to end the guest host angle at Wrestlemania, but in light of TNA moving to Monday nights, WWE is considering an extension of the angle to combat TNA's efforts.

Sunday, February 21, 2010

Austin on NASCAR Today, and Twitter

Austin on Twitter
Source: JR's Twitter
"Stone Cold" Steve Austin is now officially on Twitter. You can follow "Stone Cold" tweets on Twitter



The account has been confirmed by Austin's good friend, Jim Ross.

Austin on NASCAR Today

The following press release was sent out today by the Auto Club Speedway....... SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY, Calif. -- Auto Club Speedway announced today that former WWF wrestling superstar Steve Austin will serve as Honorary Starter for the Auto Club 500on Sunday, Feb. 21. Austin, starring in the upcoming 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment film "Damage", which will be released on DVD on March 23, will get NASCAR's West Coast Premiere underway at noon PT on Sunday. "Having been a NASCAR fan for years, it is a real honor to be chosen to waive the Green Flag at Sunday's race. I can think of no better place to introduce my upcoming FOX film DAMAGE than at the Auto Club Speedway in front of tens of thousands of screaming race fans!" In "Damage", Ex-con John Brickner (Austin) turns to the world of underground fighting and at shot at a lucrative prize purse to help raise money for a little girl's heart transplant. Austin, who was one of the most marketable and well-known wrestlers in history, became known for his constant spats with management. He retired from wrestling in 2003 as a six-time WWF champion, and as the only person to have ever won the Royal Rumble three times. To see Austin wave the green flag to start the Auto Club 500 and to take advantage of many Auto Club 500 weekend ticket packages call 800-944-RACE (7223), or visit This special package includes a $20 donation to Loma Linda Children's Hospital, lower grandstand reserved seats to the Auto Club 500, pre-race pit pass, Auto Club Speedway Valentine Bear and a parking pass.

Thursday, February 18, 2010

Austin Talks of Coming Back to WWE to Face The Rock & Hogan


In an interview with WWE Magazine’s special 2010 WrestleMania 26 Almanac, WWE Hall of Famer “Stone Cold” Steve Austin says he still has no interest in fighting Hulk Hogan, despite WWE’s repeated attempts to make the match happen at the past few WrestleManias.

“After I retired, for two or three years, they asked me, ‘Do you want to wrestle Hogan this year? Do you want to wrestle Hogan? And the answer is: No, I don’t. “I don’t care to wrestleHulk Hogan. I don’t think it would live up to fans’s expectations.”

Austin says his match with Dwayne “The Rock” Dwayne Johnson at WrestleMania 19 in 2003 was his “retirement match.” Austin isn’t looking for one last rematch, because he doesn’t think it could be as good as their past classics.

“That was my last match, and I’m not looking for a re-match. I don’t it would be as good as what we’ve done before because we’ve both been out of the ring for some time. Could it be done? Of course. But there’s no use talking about it. … I definitely do not have any interest in delivering anything that would be second-best to what I’ve done before.”

When asked about his favorite WrestleMania match, Austin his WrestleMania 17 main event match against The Rock, but admits that turning heel and aligning himself with Mr. McMahon that night was a bad idea looking back.

“Looking back, it wasn’t the best thing we ever did,” Austin said. “Now, if I could go back, as soon as that match ended, when Vince walked up to me, I would have shaken his hand and said, ‘Watch the Stunner,’ and dropped him right there in the middle of the ring. That’s hindsight being 20/20!”

Monday, February 15, 2010

JR Tweets About Steve Austin - 2/15/2010

Source: JR's Twitter

Jim Ross wrote the following on Twitter earlier today regarding Steve Austin:

“Steve Austin just called. Doing great. Working out hard 4 nx movie. Getting ready to promote “Damage” n big way.”