Steve Austin has posted a video showing him working out that makes it clear he remains in great shape, which could lead to yet another WWE return match.
The main event of the first night of WrestleMania 38 on April 2nd was a Kevin Owens Show interview segment with “Stone Cold” Steve Austin as the guest. It was never advertised as a match, but there were rumors that it would turn into that. After Austin and Owens exchanged words, it led to a match.
At 57 years of age, Austin wrestled his first WWE in 19 years since WrestleMania 19 in 2003 when he wrestled The Rock. Austin retired due to a serious neck injury that required surgery several years earlier along with bad knees as well. Austin had to retire at 38 years old, which he has said was much earlier than he intended.
Austin would go on to have an exciting 14-minute match with Kevin Owens that ended in a Stone Cold Stunner for the victory. Austin also appeared at WrestleMania 38 night two to drop his old rival Vince McMahon with a Stone Cold Stunner as well. The crowd loved all of it.
Earlier this month, it was reported by the Twitter account @Wrestlevotes on GiveMeSport that since everything went so well for Austin at this year’s WrestleMania, he was considering another match in a WWE ring.
“I know that he had a wonderful time doing it last year in Dallas. He was happy, he was elated. Let’s say that the performance of the match, everything went so well and people loved it so much. So I know he was thrilled to post WrestleMania. And I’d say he was open to doing it again.”
To add more fuel to the fire so to speak, Austin posted a video on social media that has led to fans wondering if he was looking to get into even better shape for a potential WrestleMania match or perhaps at some other major WWE show in the future.
The video of Austin working out was posted on his Instagram story, but you can also check out the video of it posted below. As you can see, the man once known for being “Stunning” is still very muscular and in incredible shape.
Austin has yet to comment on the possibility of wrestling again. With WWE planning to celebrate 30 years of Raw in January, it’s certainly possible we will see Austin again at that point because he is arguably the biggest star in Raw history.