WWE No Longer Advertising "Stone Cold" Steve Austin For Live Raw Appearance This Monday

WWE.com has released its Five-Point Preview for next Monday's Raw and "Stone Cold" Steve Austin is not among the legends advertised for the show. He will, however, sit down with Brock Lesnar for a special Stone Cold Podcast immediately following Raw (on the WWE Network).

The updated Raw preview reads:

Brock Lesnar's Go to Hell Tour rolls through Dallas en route to Hell in a Cell this Monday night, and The Beast Incarnate isn't coming alone. Also set to appear live on Raw in WrestleMania 32's host city are WWE Hall of Famers Ric Flair and Shawn Michaels, as well as The Beast Incarnate's Hell in a Cell opponent and bitter nemesis, The Undertaker.

After Raw, Lesnar will sit down with "Stone Cold" Steve Austin for a special Stone Cold Podcast, only on WWE Network. The Texas Rattlesnake undoubtedly has some hard-hitting questions planned for The Anomaly in what's sure to be Austin's most intense interview yet.

Join WWE.com as we preview the star-studded final Raw before Hell in a Cell.

As recently as Wednesday, WWE.com was advertising Austin as appearing live this Monday in Dallas, Texas.

As Brock Lesnar's Go to Hell Tour winds its way toward Los Angeles, The Beast Incarnate's infernal caravan will make a stopover on WWE's flagship show, where a few Legends and Hall of Famers will join the ride.

Next week's Raw, scheduled to emanate live from Dallas the home city of WrestleMania 32 will feature a live appearance by Lesnar, WWE Hall of Famers Shawn Michaels, "Stone Cold" Steve Austin and Ric Flair, as well as Lesnar's Hell in a Cell opponent, The Undertaker.

The page has since been deleted. However, he is still advertised as appearing on the event page, which has not been updated.

Austin said on Twitter that he was never scheduled for Raw WWE did not advertise him for the star-studded show during the Oct. 12 broadcast.


After WWE.com advertised him for the event on Wednesday, Austin said he has no idea's what going on.


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