Stone Cold: "Not having confronted Brock Lesnar is my regret"



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Stone Cold: "Not having confronted Brock Lesnar is my regret"

One of the universally known characters in the world of pro-wrestling around the globe, certainly for his past in the Attitude Era of the then WWF McMahon, is certainly Stone Cold Steve Austin, multiple champion of the Stamford company, who for years together with many other great stars of the business he has pulled the entire world of the discipline.

Known and majestic was his feud with the Chairman of the WWE himself, Vince McMahon, with the two who have carried on their battle for years, giving them a good reason even in the hospital, in the most unthinkable skits, with the WWE Hall of Famer who also drove a Zamboni to the ice rinks, to get to the WWE ring or a beer truck, to literally water Vince McMahon and his crew when they were feuding.

In the early 2000s, however, there was a deep rift between Steve Austin himself and WWE, with the fighter preferring to step away from the company, refusing to lose a match to Brock Lesnar, with the athlete just starting out.

of his career, but already launched in the main event by the same patron of the company. In his latest flash question and answer session with WWE Universe fans, the well-known Hall of Famer of the Stamford company wanted to answer several questions about his extraordinary career, with some questions that also focused on the delicate part of his career.

from Austin. Regarding his biggest career regret, Steve said: "I was totally upset about that match. I never liked kicking ass, but guys like me, like Hogan, and a few others, don't grow on trees. So I should have accepted after all the sacrifices they had made to make me grow and build me? And then without construction? But in the end I realized that that was a totally stupid and stubborn part of me.

I should have introduced myself and this is my biggest regret in the whole pro-wrestling business." In the juncture told by Steve Austin, Vince McMahon had decided that Brock Lesnar should have beaten Steve Austin, in the return of the King of the Ring, with the current Hall of Famer who instead denied the appearance, going home and resigning, a bit like CM Punk did only several years later.

Vince McMahon angry with Shane at the Royal Rumble?

According to what was reported in recent days by Ringside News, it would seem that Vince McMahon, personally found himself in difficulty in front of his son's selfish and counterproductive choices, in front of the rest of the creative team, has decided to literally kick his son out of the backstage, obviously in a way silent and calm, without everyone noticing the thing during the evening of the Royal Rumble.

Shane would have effectively ousted Jamie Noble from the booking of the male Rumble, taking total control of the thing, placing himself among the final men of the contest, having more following and more importance in terms of booking of great characters in WWE.

Other chain sites have begun to confirm these rumors and the Wrestling Observer also added: "Faster than his re-appearance in WWE, Shane McMahon is now out of WWE. Dave Meltzer reported the news Wednesday, confirming a previous Ringside News report.

Meltzer said McMahon is out of society, but it is not known if his talent contract was terminated or if plans for him for the next two months were simply abandoned." In an update, multiple people who were at the arena on Saturday pointed out that Shane McMahon was truly self-centered, and made things all about himself and his ideas about him, according to a report by PWTorch's Wade Keller.

It was also said that Shane did not inquire about the plans for the match. Apparently Shane is not keeping up with the WWE stories as it was made clear that he didn't know what was going on on TV, which was what it took to build certain storyline moments within the male Rumble.

It is also said that Shane went too far with his actions. There was a plan for the men's Rumble, but Shane was pushing back the WWE producers who were simply trying to follow what Vince told them to do in the match. We remind you that for Shane McMahon there were plans for both Elimination Chamber and Wrestlemania 38, which now obviously seem canceled.