-- Steve Austin recently did an interview on WWE.com talking about the WWE All-Stars game and more. Check out the highlights:

On having dream matches in WWE All-Stars: "I'll tell you what, when I was down at THQ playing the game, I played "Stone Cold" Steve Austin and the other guy played Hulk Hogan and I kicked his ass."

On anyone in WWE that is carrying his legacy: "You know, the closest comparison you could make would be Randy Orton, but, man, when someone wants to make comparisons to me, it's just like making a comparison to Michael Jordan. For a period of time, I was the hottest person on two feet that had ever been in the business. I set all kinds of records from attendance to merchandise to ratings records. When someone can beat that, then I'll say, "Yep, they beat me." But no one's done that."

-- ESPN has an interview with David Arquette, and in it he talks about his time as WCW champion. "It was surreal," he said. "To be able to be a part of that world and be a fly on the wall and see the workings of the circus, it was a dream come true. I know people joke about the guy from Hollywood winning the title, but I have nothing but respect for wrestlers. I got a chance to live in their world. It was an opportunity be play cops and robbers as grownups."

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