Steve Austin Says He Has One More Match Left
In the interview, Austin admits that he does have one more match left in him, that he would have liked to face Brock Lesnar but had it done right years ago in WWE, and he would like to face CM Punk at WrestleMania XXVIII, though he would have preferred Punk to be a heel, and the money needs to be right. Highlights:
On working for projects, his new website, including working with Steven Seagal in a new movie release upcoming soon in the future: "I am happy to be working with the guy. I have always been a Seagal fan, Ive heard a lot of stories about him. Its kinda right in the middle of my dear season. I'm down here in Texas in the deer stand looking at deer, learning my lines, and getting tuned up in the gym."
Does he feel that there could be one more match inside of him still? Possibly stepping in the ring against CM Punk at a future Wrestlemania: "If it was the right time, right place could I do it (have one more match). Yeah. I got alot of respect for the kid (CM Punk), love the promos he cuts, love his work in the ring. He's a guy that paid his dues, worked his way to top guy status, and I wish him all the best in the world. It's a weird situation right now because he's a babyface and I think he became a babyface too soon, and I would have liked to work him when he was a heel. It comes down to money and what's on the table."
Thoughts on Brock Lesnar. Giving his thoughts on all former talents like Brock Lesnar saying he would like to face Steve Austin if he came back to WWE, and current superstars calling him out on places like Twitter and other interviews: "As far as Brock Lesnar goes, I think he's firmly entrenched in the UFC, and I think yes that was the big match to him that he would have liked to have had in the WWE at that time. Hell, I would have loved to have worked with Brock too, had it been done right."
Austin also comments on his DVD, the famous "double turn" at WrestleMania 13, if there were discussions of a match against Hulk Hogan, Tough Enough, "What," and more. To listen to the full podcast, click here.