Stone Cold Steve Austin had an amazing No Hold Barred match at WrestleMania 38 against Kevin Owens. The 57-year-old WWE Hall of Famer also took many bumps as he battled ‘The Prizefighter’ all over the arena.
As he returned after 19 years and became the oldest man to win in the WrestleMania main event, ‘The Rattlesnake’ may have had a little body pain after the match.
Famous WWE commentator Jerry ‘The King’ Lawler shared a picture of him with Austin backstage on his Twitter account. He also provided fans with a message from The Rattlesnake.
“Steve said he thought of me during his Wrestlemania match, saying, “Hotdamn! Now I know why King still wrestles so much…it’s still fun!””
72-year-old Jerry ‘The King’ Lawler, a contracted commentator with WWE, is still an active wrestler on the independent circuit. His last match was in March 2022 against Scott Steiner at USA Pro 29th Anniversary Show.
Jerry Lawler has won over 150+ Heavyweight Championships all over the independent circuit and still wins.
Stone Cold had a match after a very long time and finally understood why some wrestlers were still active. Matches, on a regular basis, keep the body intact and prevent wrestlers from feeling the effects of bumps they take in the ring.
Stone Cold Steve Austin returned on Day 2 of WrestleMania
The WrestleMania 38 Day 2 was also in The Rattlesnake’s mind. Much to the shock of the fans, Austin made his presence felt after Mr. McMahon beat Pat McAfee in a surprise match.
While Vince McMahon was celebrating his victory with his protégé Austin Theory, the glass-shattering music rang as ‘The Rattlesnake’ emerged in his gear, making fans believe they would witness him compete for two nights in a row. A
Stone Cold Steve Austin came to the ring and stunned Austin Theory, Pat McAfee, and Vince McMahon. Subsequently, The Texas Rattlesnake had beers all over the squared circle and pandered to the crowd.