Source: Daily Star

Steve Austin continues to suggest that he may have one match left in him.

As noted last week, the idea of Steve Austin having a major role at WrestleMania 28 has been discussed a lot within WWE even though those close to the situation say that it is unlikely.

Austin, who has been a big proponent of CM Punk, recently praised Punk in an interview with The Daily Star, stating, "He's telling it like it is. He's got himself a good contract now and they are treating him like the top guy that he is.

"You know when you're going along with candy coated storylines, and something organic comes along, it's a good chance to make a lot of money. They threw HHH in there, and I just hope they play their cards right. It was an interesting PPV (Summerslam) - I saw Del Rio coming but it will be interesting to see it working out."

When pressed on whether he would come out of retirement for a match with Punk, "Stone Cold" stated that it could happen, although he was non-committal.

"Look I've heard the same things and I've said that were I to do it CM Punk would be the man I would like to do it with. All the stars would have to align for that to happen it would have to be good for me financially, good for me in terms of execution and storyline.

"Obviously it would have to be good for WWE and work out for CM Punk too. I'm not starting up anything here, but could it happen? Yes. Will it happen? I don't know."

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