Wrestlemania 32 was obviously historic. It will go down in history as one of the most successful events in wrestling history even if the attendance record is broken in the future.
However, the event may become historic for a very different reason. There is a rumor going around that we may never see Stone Cold Steve Austin on WWE programming again after Wrestlemania.
During the latest episode of the “You’re Welcome” with Chael Sonnen, Austin discussed Wrestlemania and has started the rumor that he may have appeared on WWE television for the final time.
You can listen to the full podcast episode right here. Below is what Stone Cold said about Wrestlemania:
“It was good to go down there [to Dallas, TX for WrestleMania 32]. The situation could have been a little cooler. It was fun to do business with those guys, but the crowd was outstanding. I hope everybody had a good time. I don’t know when the next time I’ll ever hit a WWE ring will ever be again. That might have been the last time. And I wanted to be there in Dallas, TX at [WrestleMania] 32. Minor capacity because I never announced my retirement, but I kind of consider myself retired. So to go out in front of 97,000 or 101,000 people, however many [WWE] said that it was, that’s the city I started my [professional] wrestling career in, wrestling at the world famous Sportatorium, so it was a great time.”
Do you think we’ve seen the last of Stone Cold Steve Austin in WWE?