3 Things That Must Be Brought Up on Stone Cold Podcast With Brock Lesnar


Brock Lesnar will be the special guest on Stone Cold Steve Austin’s podcast in October on the WWE Network. Check out the three things that must be discussed on the show.

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Stone Cold Steve Austin and Brock Lesnar will have a lot to talk about on Oct. 19 on the Stone Cold Podcast exclusively on the WWE Network immediately following Raw.

The podcast will be the second stop on Lesnar’s Go To Hell Tour, with the first being Oct. 3 at Madison Square Garden in a match against the Big Show. The conclusion of the tour will be Oct. 25 inside the Hell in a Cell structure at Hell in a Cell.

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As we all know from Austin’s podcasts on the WWE Network and his podcasts on PodcastOne, Stone Cold does not hold back.

These two have all kind of things to discuss: Lesnar ending The Undertaker’s WrestleMania undefeated streak, Lesnar’s UFC run, Paul Heyman, Lesnar’s current run and the list goes on and on.

Here are three things that must be discussed during the podcast between two of the best to step foot inside the squared circle.

Lesnar and Undertaker confrontation following Lesnar’s UFC 121 match

I’m not sure why this has never been brought up as I addressed here, but this is the perfect time for it to be brought up.

The feud between these two feels real, and this would have only added to that element.

Since WWE is not going to bring it up, Austin should and see if we can get the background on what the deal was.

When Ariel Helwana asked The Undertaker about their confrontation immediately after The Undertaker’s remarks to Lesnar, Taker responded, “It’s personal,” and added that he had a “background with Brock, but that should show you something right there.”

I’m sure that whatever it was is over now, but it would still be interesting to hear the background behind this.

Lesnar’s reaction to finding out he would end The Undertaker’s WrestleMania undefeated streak

Lesnar ending Undertaker’s streak is one of those things where you remember where you were and the feeling you had upon the outcome.

Taker’s streak at WrestleMania was something that most thought would never end and a lot of people still think it should have never ended.

Austin should ask Lesnar about the discussion when he found out that he would be the one to end the streak, and his reaction to it.

We have heard what McMahon said to The Undertaker when Mr. McMahon was a guest on the Stone Cold Podcast, but we never heard what Lesnar was told. It would be interesting to hear his reaction after finding out he would be the one to end the streak.

Brock Lesnar vs. Stone Cold Steve Austin

Austin, you only have yourself to blame for this one. Well, and Paul Heyman.

This has to be brought up whether Stone Cold wants to address it or not. Countless amount of times, Austin has shot down the rumors after the Heyman podcast that he will face Lesnar at WrestleMania 32 next year in Dallas.

While the match is very unlikely to happen, it should still be brought up, but not just about a potential WrestleMania 32 match.

I would like to hear Stone Cold ask Lesnar his thoughts about when Austin walked out on Raw back when they were supposed to face one another in 2002.

We all know Austin’s point of view, but it would be interesting to hear Lesnar’s reaction on Austin walking out before their scheduled King of the Ring qualifying match.

With Austin denying the rumors of a future match with Lesnar, I think the Beast Incarnate will have to be the one to bring up a possible match between the two at WrestleMania. Regardless of who brings it up, it must happen.

If the podcast ends anything like the Paul Heyman podcast did, the internet may explode.

What do you think should be asked on the podcast? Sound off in the comment section below! Follow me on Twitter @GT_TeddyCouch.

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