WWE legend Stone Cold Steve Austin refuses to rule out another match aged 57 after WrestleMania 38 main event clash

STONE COLD STEVE AUSTIN isn't ruling out another match at next year's WrestleMania.

Austin. 57, shocked the world of professional wrestling when he came out of retirement after 19 years at WrestleMania 38 where he defeated Kevin Owens in an impromptu No Holds Barred Match.



The six-time world champion was originally scheduled to appear on Owens' KO Show on WrestleMania's first night and many expected it to be a simple segment.

However, KO continued to insult the state of Texas, which hosted this year's Mania, and The Texas Rattlesnake was so infuriated he agreed to face him in a match and defeated him with a Stunner.

The ex-WWE Champion also appeared on the second night when he took out both Vince McMahon and Theory.

Many want to see him in another match and the WWE Hall of Famer is open to a heavy involvement at WrestleMania 39.

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Austin told the Brewbound podcast: "Well, for me to participate at WrestleMania 38, if you'd have told me, 'Hey man, you're going to be part of WrestleMania 38, not only that, you're going to main event Night 1,' I would have said, 'You're full of s**t, and you're crazy.'

"But there I was, in Dallas, Texas, headlining main event on Day 1.

"So, never say never. But I would imagine within the scope of that show, that's going to be a big show in a big-time city, and it will be a two-night event again.

"So, I am sure I am done wrestling, per se. But as part of WWE, I can't imagine that I would not be there in some capacity."

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Austin added: "I am not booking myself on the show, because I didn't book myself on 38.

"That's a Vince thing, and I have a great relationship with him. If I get the call, I will be there."

Next year's WrestleMania takes place at the SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California and WWE are reportedly trying to get The Rock to return and face his cousin Roman Reigns.

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