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WWE: Steve Austin Backstage At RAW, Meets With Vince

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posted on Aug, 24 2004 @ 03:47 PM
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Steve Austin was backstage at last night's RAW telecast, which emanated from Anaheim. Austin lives in nearby Los Angeles, so was able to make the trip to the show.

Although it is not known if he was there for anything but a friendly visit, Austin did speak with Vince at the show. He and Vince have kept in contact since he left the company earlier this year, but Austin has reportedly been focused on things other than wrestling as of late.



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posted on Sep, 9 2004 @ 07:59 PM
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Blackjack Brown of the Chicago Sun Times this week wrote about the possible return of Steve Austin to the WWE. Austin and Vince McMahon met backstage at Raw a few weeks ago and apparently things went smoothly between the two. According to Brown, the WWE would like to have Austin work a schedule similar to that of Mick Foley and/or The Rock, which would allow him to come in for a few shows and appear as the "enforcer" at a Pay Per View or at least in some similar capacity.

One of the many reasons that lead to Austin's leaving in the first place, was that the WWE was having problems coming up with storylines for Austin in the role as "sherrif" and "co-general manager". There was rumors that Austin wanted or might appear in the ring again for one last match, but those rumors of course have never gone any further than that.

There is no timetable or deal in place between the two parties at this time, but it appears from all indications that Austin will return to the WWE in the future in some role.



posted on Sep, 13 2004 @ 12:31 PM
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Cool i hope he does return he is sooo funny! just like The Rock.



posted on Oct, 5 2004 @ 11:13 AM
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He's coming back! My guys in Canada say that he won't be coming back to wrestle with a schedule like he had before, it's just too much. Probably see him in a GM type capacity, bit of wrestling, lot's of TV spots etc. What ever it is, it's good for the WWE.




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