|By Daniel Pena | October 04, 2012 | Comments|
Source: PWInsiderThe official YouTube account of WWE Games posted an eleven-minute video Thursday of Jim Ross moderating a sit-down discussion between "Stone Cold" Steve Austin and CM Punk. The discussion, which was shot SummerSlam weekend, centered on Austin facing Punk in THQ's WWE '13 video game, while also teasing a real-life match between the two. The video, however, was removed within hours.
According to PWInsider.com, the video was released prematurely.
During the debate, the two discuss what would happen if Punk competed in the "Attitude Era" and Austin was wrestling today. Austin puts over Punk and John Cena as present-day Superstars worthy of hanging with "Stone Cold," while dismissively labeling "the rest of the locker room" as happy to be on television. Punk says he would have been a champion during the "Attitude Era," which causes Austin to laugh.
The interview concludes with a firm handshake and Austin proclaiming that he would defeat Punk in both the video game world and in real-life.
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