WWE News

WWF Legend Credits Steve Austin For Starting A New Style In Wrestling

Stone Cold Steve Austin Article Pic 11 WrestleFeed App

• WWF Legend Credits Steve Austin For Starting A New Style In Wrestling

On a recent episode of his weekly ‘Grilling JR’ podcast, WWF Legend Jim Ross spoke about his close, personal friend ‘Stone Cold’ Steve Austin and how The Rattlesnake ignited a new style of toughness in professional wrestling.

Here’s what the 2007 WWE Hall of Famer said:

“I can tell you when this guy named Stone Cold Steve Austin started breaking the glass…he ignited a style, a vibe. And that look then identified with success and toughness – two traits that men love.

There’s only probably one or two things in life you want more than success and love.

Austin just took the ball out of everybody’s hands and said, ‘I’m the man. I’m the guy here. And if I’m the only one that can see it, I don’t give a sh*t. Just watch what I do.”

Steve Austin wrestled for The World Wrestling Federation from January 1996 until March 2003, and is still considered one of the greatest Wrestling Legends of all time.

Also Read: “I don’t think it’s right” – Ric Flair On Steve Austin Not Owning The ‘Stone Cold’ Nickname Trademark

WATCH: Lana In A Hot Outfit (Part 3):

• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (December 29, 1991) – WWF MSG House Show

On this day in Pro Wrestling history on December 29, 1991, the World Wrestling Federation held a televised house show in the world’s most famous arena, Madison Square Garden in New York City, New York.

This event featured one of the few matches between Hulk Hogan & Ric Flair, that were booked as a test run for their planned WrestleMania 8 main event match, that ended up not happening.

Here are the results from that night:

– The British Bulldog defeated The Berzerker

– Handicap Flag: Sgt. Slaughter defeated Colonel Mustafa & General Adnan

– Hercules defeated Greg Valentine

– The Nasty Boys defeated The Bushwhackers

– Skinner defeated Jim Powers

– Chris Walker defeated The Brooklyn Brawler

– Virgil defeated Repo Man by DQ

– WWF Intercontinental Title: Bret Hart (c) wrestled Ted DiBiase to a time-limit draw

– Hulk Hogan defeated Ric Flair via count-out

        
To Top