Steve Austin spoke with the Boston Herald about WrestleMania 30, CM Punk and much more. Check out the highlights down below:
Why Did He Not Wrestling Hulk Hogan: “I don’t know what the hell was in my head,” said Austin. “I didn’t really care to work with him. At the time, I just didn’t really think that much of Hogan. I was caught up living pretty fast and being Stone Cold and didn’t care for it to happen.”
What’s It Like Working With The Rock: “We just tore into each other,” remembered Austin. “Any time we stepped into the ring, good things were going to happen. That’s a testament to chemistry, mutual respect, and our desire to prove we’re the best. People were going to leave damn sure getting their money’s worth.”
Possibly Working With CM Punk: “I could get more out of that guy than anybody else walking Planet Earth,” said Austin. “He could have that ultimate ‘Come to Jesus’ meeting with me. Punk’s been around for a long time and he’s a smart guy, but he never stepped into a damn squared circle with the intensity of a guy like Stone Cold Steve Austin.”
On WrestleMania 14 vs. Shawn Michaels: “Shawn was in a bad way,” said Austin. “He was in a bad place in his head, and along with his bad back came a bad attitude. I remember telling Vince McMahon right after, ‘That match was half-ass,’ but Vince told me, ‘We got that done and it’s over with. Now we’re going to take off and put the jets to the rocket.'”
Andrews Take: The more and more I hear the name CM Punk on this week makes me really believe that there is something up. I am not saying he is coming back, I am not saying he will ever come back. However, maybe WWE has spoken with at the least. DDP and Steve Austin believe that Punk will return at WrestleMania 30. I just think it’s weird that the week of, all this talk is coming out now.
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