IGN has a short interview with "Stone Cold" Steve Austin, who discussed his podcast, facing Savio Vega at his first WrestleMania and more. He also discussed some of the challenges of doing WrestleMania at a stadium versus an arena.
"When you go to a place like Toronto, the Sundome, the acoustics aren't real good in that place," Austin said. "You can be in there - this actually happened to us in Detroit, when I was refereeing the match between Vince's side and Trump's side - and you think you're stinking up the joint because you can't hear anything. You need those speakers on the ring apron. [In Detroit] we thought we were s***ing the bed out there.
"That's more on specific, trickier buildings though. On 20,000 seaters versus 70,000 seaters, a couple hours before when you see the setup, it's certainly awe-inspiring, but as far the work goes, as long as the acoustics are good, it's all the same."