“I’m going to be there whipping some a**” Stone Cold Steve Austin reveals his plans about the KO Show at Wrestlemania 38

Stone Cold has his mind set about what he's up to at Wrestlemania 38

Kevin Owens to host the KO Show with Stone Cold Steve Austin at WrestleMania 38
Kevin Owens to host the KO Show with Stone Cold Steve Austin at WrestleMania 38

Stone Cold Steve Austin appeared at the Rich Eisen show yesterday evening and he had plenty of topics to talk about with the most highlighting one being his hyped appearance at the Kevin Owens show in the most stupendous Wrestlemania of all time and he believes that it’s gonna be much more than just a talk show.

Stone Cold Steve Austin is coming to “whip some a**”

Stone Cold Steve Austin
Stone Cold Steve Austin

Austin made it sound like his impending encounter with Kevin Owens at WrestleMania 38 could turn out in a match after all while speaking about his upcoming appearance. Stone Cold is ready to go and he has his work cut out on Saturday, April 2. Here’s what he said:

“It’s going to be an interesting challenge because in my documentary awhile back on A&E, I said as an active performer, you never want to come off of the road because if you come off of the road, you become soft,” Steve Austin said. “In the NFL, a football player would tell you the same thing, you go through the season, and you have to get calloused up and ready to go. So he’s ready to go, and I’ve got my work cut out for me on Saturday, April 2. I’m going to be there whippin’ some a**.”

Nobody realised it was going to be Stone Cold Steve Austin’s final showdown when he wrestled at WrestleMania XIX. The Texas Rattlesnake’s imminent comeback at WrestleMania 38 will allow the WWE Universe a moment to truly bid goodbye to him. The WWE Hall of Famer talked discussed getting back in shape and his enthusiasm for the business.

“When I left, I didn’t want to leave. At WrestleMania 19, my neck had presented some problems. After I had got spiked and landed on my head in 1999, I had my neck fused up,” Steve Austin said, “and it was time for me to ride off into the sunset and do something else. So, this comeback means a lot to me.”

The stage is set. Stone Cold Steve Austin is ready, the WWE Universe is ready, bring on Wrestlemania!!

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