Steve Austin on the ring at Wrestlemania 38?



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Steve Austin on the ring at Wrestlemania 38?

In recent weeks there has been almost exclusively Wrestlemania 38, with all WWE plans being built and adapted to Road to Wrestlemania for event number 38 of the fantastic Showcase of the Immortals series, which this year will go aired from Dallas, Texas.

Apparently in the last few weeks, WWE has also been moving in a particular direction, namely the one that leads to a Hall of Famer of its Ark of Glory, which has not fought for almost 20 years in the company's rings, although it has been seen in several big matches and segments in recent years, also quite actively.

We are talking about Stone Cold Steve Austin, face symbol of the Attitude Era of the McMahon family, which has been rumored for months as a possible addition in a match for the Showcase of the Immortals. Since the edition of Wrestlemania 19, in fact, Steve no longer fights assiduously in the WWE rings, with his injuries and his age, which had ultimately forced him to retire, but never officially arrived.

This year, WWE would therefore be looking to bring its Hall of Famer back to the ring, to give a worthy end to his active in-ring career. According to what was reported in the last few hours by the well-known Fightful Select, within the WWE there would have been numerous discussions on whether to bring Stone Cold back to the scene, mostly to try to convince the athlete, who in recent years has always refused his return.

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To the microphones of their latest update, the Fightful journalists reported: "WWE has made some significant overtures regarding the big player in 'Stone Cold' history Steve Austin for an in-ring return to Wrestlemania 38 in Dallas, Texas.

Austin hasn't fought in 19 years, with his last match taking place at Wrestlemania 19. Since then, several WWE Superstars have attempted to pull Austin out of retirement, but that has never happened so far. " In addition to this information, the reporters of the well-known overseas site also reported how Kevin Owens could be the right name chosen by the WWE to bring Steve Austin back to the scene, with the character of the Canadian who has already had to do some times with the Rattlesnake and above all with the final move of the two which is now the same and therefore brings them together in the ring.

We'll see if WWE can convince Steve Austin to return to wrestling, even just one night only at Wrestlemania 38.

"The Undertaker will fight again!" It was said by WW former star

In the latest edition of his Hall of Fame podcast, Booker T did not rule out that the Undertaker may return to the ring again in the future.

Booker said: "People are still wondering if The Undertaker will return to the ring in the future. I don't think we will see Taker again in this edition of WrestleMania, he has been retired for too little time. My opinion is that he will be back to fight in a few years, perhaps at the Showcase of the Immortals."

The two-time WWE Hall of Famer did not like the performance of the men's Royal Rumble match: "I think it was a little too flat. Missed those twists that leave you speechless. One of the functions of the Royal Rumble match has always been to bring back those we didn't expect to see.

With the exception of Brock Lesnar's victory, there were no particular surprises." Booker T ruled out his return to the square: "I am often asked if I will return to fight in WWE, but my answer is always the same.

I'm glad I'm no longer in the ring, actually that's the reason why I'm still in great shape. Even when I am a columnist in PPV pre-shows, I always stay quite far from the ring. I haven't set foot on the square since 2014 and that's fine by me.

My career as a wrestler has been formidable, I have no regrets, but that time is now over." The Undertaker played his last WWE match against AJ Styles at WrestleMania 36. Within the docu-series 'The Last Ride', the Undertaker admitted that he could no longer hold up the efforts required by professional wrestling and did not want to spoil the image of him.

The Deadman has officially retired from the 2020 Survivor Series, where his extraordinary career had begun 30 years earlier. In addition to being a seven-time world champion, the Phenom won the 2007 Royal Rumble match, becoming the first wrestler in history to win the royal brawl by entering as the last participant.