WWE Lobby of Famer “Stone Cold” Steve Austin has another match hanging tight for him in the event that he needs it.
Once more as per a report from Fightful Select (h/t SEScoops), WWE has reached the unbelievable entertainer about venturing into the ring after Triple H supplanted Vince McMahon as the head of WWE inventive: “Fightful revealed that WWE has connected with Steve Austin about wrestling again since Triple H took over for Vince McMahon over the mid-year.”
The report (h/t Wrestling Inc) adds, “At a certain point, Austin and WWE were far separated concerning an arrangement, yet WWE is trusting that, at any rate, Austin will actually want to work with the organization more. Before McMahon was good and gone, he additionally needed ‘Stone Cold’ back in the ring for one more match eventually.”
The news comes closely following Austin shaking things up across online entertainment this end of the week when a video of “The Texas Diamondback” preparing in the exercise center showed that he is in marvelous shape. Recently at WrestleMania 38, Austin wrestled his most memorable match in almost twenty years, taking on Kevin Owens in a reported session that injured up featuring night one of the show.
Particularly given that Austin had avoided the ring for just about 20 years preceding his match with Owens, his presentation was completely inconceivable. Austin and Owens combat for almost 14 minutes in a No limited Match that was fundamentally better compared to what it reserved any option to be, and it was without a doubt one of the best — and most startling minutes — in ongoing WrestleMania history.
Recently, WrestleVotes (h/t WrestlingNews.co) detailed that Austin, following that shockingly extraordinary WrestleMania execution, “would pay attention to any proposition for WrestleMania 39.” WrestleMania 38 was “the most noteworthy earning occasion” in WWE history, logical to some degree to a limited extent because of the gossip plant humming with the hypothesis that Austin would wrestle at the occasion.
Had Austin conveyed a failure against Owens, that might have finished any hypothesis in regards to the unbelievable entertainer binding up hist boots once more. In any case, Austin has shown that he’s available to work with WWE later on and says he hopes to be at WrestleMania 39, which might actually act as the stage for one more match from apparently the greatest star in WWE history.
There is no deficiency of dream matches hanging tight for Austin, either, whether he goes one-on-one with an ongoing star or an individual legend.
The clearest contender for a potential legend versus legend confrontation would be the individual previous face of WWE, John Cena, who is likewise expected to wrestle at WrestleMania 39. WWE’s leader pay-per-view will radiate from SoFi Arena in Inglewood, California next April, and given its vicinity to Los Angeles and the Hollywood-esque marking of the PPV, the occasion is supposed to be a VIP weighty show.
With regards to WWE stars who’ve likewise had a significant outcome in Hollywood, that is a short rundown that incorporates any semblance of The Stone, Batista, Cena, and Austin. With The Stone likewise possibly wrestling Roman Rules on the show, WWE as of now has the expected makings of one of the most elegant match cards in wrestling history. Adding Cena versus Austin to the blend? Indeed, it doesn’t get a lot greater than that.
Austin versus Cena, obviously, would be a fight between two of the greatest stars in WWE history. They were the essences of their particular times and have proceeded to have massive accomplishments beyond expert wrestling. While this potential dream match is a long way from an obvious choice and would happen somewhat later than is great the effect it would have on WWE — and WrestleMania — is undoubtable.
Other possible rivals for Austin assuming that he returns would incorporate Goldberg, CM Punk (that is a truly remote chance), and top stars like Rules or Seth Rollins.
Also, with the furor encompassing Austin of late, have confidence the buzz will go on until Austin settles any tales.