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Stone Cold Sets The Record Straight About Chances Of Returning For WrestleMania

Written by Natalie Bogdanski
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Stone Cold Steve Austin fought his final match against The Rock at 'WrestleMania 19' back in March of 2003. Now, 13 years later, fans are still wondering if or when one of the WWE’s greatest wrestlers of all time will return for another match.

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In the summer of 2011, fans became hopeful that Austin would return once more to the ring for another fight after Austin hinted in a live podcast with Paul Heyman that he may fight at 'WrestleMania 32'. To the chagrin of all of his fans, he did not fight in 'WrestleMania 32'.

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Over a year later, Steve Austin has revealed to us on his latest podcast that he will not be coming back to the ring. ‘I’m 52,’ Austin explained on his podcast. ‘I ain’t making no comeback’.

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Austin’s stance on returning has been the same for five years. At one point Austin did consider getting back in the ring to fight against CM Punk or Brock Lesnar, but has since decided not to make the leap. Considering the fact that Austin didn't fight in 'WrestleMania 32', which was held in his home state of Texas, it seems certain that he will not return at all.

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Over a year later, Steve Austin has revealed to us on his latest podcast that he will not be coming back to the ring. ‘I’m 52,’ Austin explained on his podcast. ‘I ain’t making no comeback’.

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Austin’s stance on returning has been the same for five years. At one point Austin did consider getting back in the ring to fight against CM Punk or Brock Lesnar, but has since decided not to make the leap. Considering the fact that Austin didn't fight in 'WrestleMania 32', which was held in his home state of Texas, it seems certain that he will not return at all.

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