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WWE Announces Stone Cold Steve Austin Week

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• WWE Announces Stone Cold Steve Austin Week

WWE will be celebrating the legendary career of “Stone Cold” Steve Austin this week in honor of the 25-year anniversary of Austin’s WWF debut.

The celebration will begin on Austin 3:16 Day, which is March 16. Along with a lot of videos on Austin on Social Media, the following will stream on the WWE Network:

– Meeting Stone Cold

Tuesday, March 16 on WWE Network

WWE Superstars and Legends recall their first impressions of “Stone Cold” Steve Austin. The Undertaker, Ric Flair, Booker T and others recount a slew of unforgettable moments and memories they shared with Austin throughout the last 30 years.

– Birth of the Stunner

Friday, March 19 on Peacock and WWE Network

Learn about the origin of “Stone Cold” Steve Austin’s famous finisher, its history with Austin and how the legacy of the Stunner lives on today through WWE Superstar Kevin Owens.

– The Best of WWE: Best of “Stone Cold” Steve Austin

Saturday, March 20 on Peacock and the Free Version of WWE Network

The Texas Rattlesnake battles iconic opponents like The Rock, Bret “Hit Man” Hart and The Undertaker in this collection of his greatest matches.

– Steve Austin’s Broken Skull Sessions: Randy Orton

Sunday, March 21 on Peacock and WWE Network

“Stone Cold” welcomes first-time guest Randy Orton to his acclaimed interview show. Nothing will be off-limits when The Viper and The Texas Rattlesnake sit down to talk about Orton’s legendary career.

WATCH: WWF Diva Debra (Stone Cold Steve Austin’s Ex-Wife) Stripped:

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• Old School WWF Veteran Celebrates His Birthday

Old School WWF Veteran Adam Bomb (Real name: Bryan Clark) celebrates his 57th birthday today.

He wrestled for the World Wrestling Federation from 1993 till 1995, before joining WCW in 1997 (as Wrath) and staying with the promotion till it was sold to Vince McMahon in March of 2001.

His last major wrestling appearances came when he returned to the WWF in September 2001, with his KroniK Tag Team partner Brian Adams (WWF’s Crush), feuding against The Brothers of Destruction which led to a match at the Unforgiven PPV.


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