Here is Stone Cold's possible opponent Steve Austin at WrestleMania 39

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Here is Stone Cold's possible opponent Steve Austin at WrestleMania 39

In a long interview with Sportskeeda, former SmackDown general manager Teddy Long expressed his opinion on the matter abou Stone Cold Steve Austin's opponent at WrestleMania 39. He explained: "Well, Stone Cold Steve Austin and Brock Lesnar are two giants of this business.

We are talking about two true champions, who are able to do anything in the ring. Steve Austin has always been very reluctant to return to the ring due to injuries, but he did very well at WrestleMania 38. Kurt Angle himself had retired, but eventually returned to action in 2017.

Austin knows how to entertain audiences and has outstanding charisma. He can do it. I didn't think Edge would be back in the ring, instead he shocked the whole world. A fight between Lesnar and Steve Austin in Mania 39 would make WWE a lot of money and Triple H is a businessman now.

This idea excites me a lo." Stone Cold Steve Austin took 19 titles during his glorious career. Brock Lesnar showed the WWE Universe a new side to his character this year, amusing fans and making him more sympathetic to the eyes of experts.

The former Universal champion tried hard to dethrone Roman Reigns, but was defeated by the 'Tribal Chief' at both WrestleMania 38 and SummerSlam. The Beast then resumed its feud with Bobby Lashley, beating 'The All Mighty' at Crown Jewel after a somewhat controversial ending.

The showdown between the two is almost certain, but it is not known when it will take place. Meanwhile, fans and insiders have begun to speculate on WrestleMania 39. The 2023 edition of the 'Showcase of the Immortals', which will take place a stone's throw from Hollywood, is expected to host the big comebacks of The Rock.

, John Cena and Stone Cold Steve Austin. The latter has already appeared at WrestleMania 38 this year, proving to be still in excellent shape. According to the latest rumors, his opponent in Mania 39 could be Brock Lesnar.