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Breaking News: Stone Cold to interfere the Hell in a Cell match at Wrestlemania


  • Wrestlemania week starts today and the business end will start to pick up from tonight onwards. Speculations are high with Wrestlemania 32 and everyone is anticipating for some great moments. Tonight Raw may provide us with some more to come. The latest one that includes to the rumor mill will surely give the attitude era fans goosebumps for sure. They can never expect good news better than this one.

    If we go by the latest post from WWE, then we see the greatest rivalry in WWE is once again all set to take over the grandest stage of them all by storm. This time, the Texas rattlesnake Stone Cold will settle the score once again against his nemesis Vince McMahon in his home state of Texas. WWE took to Facebook and posted an image of Stone Cold Steve Austin and Vince McMahon on Stone Cold’s official page.

    After the official post, the image and the caption got viral and started whirling around the internet. The rumor started running rampant that Stone Cold will crash Vince McMahon’s party at his own brainchild Wrestlemania. The caption (Anything is possible at WWE WrestleMania, anything!) is more interesting than the image itself and certainly asserts the possibility of Stone Cold to interfere inside the Hell in a Cell match between the Undertaker and Shane McMahon in which WWE’s fate will be at stake. Here is the photo that was posted:

    Anything is possible at WWE WrestleMania, anything!

    Anything is possible at WWE WrestleMania, anything!

    Veteran wrestling journalist Dave Meltzer also commented on the post. He said that there was no confirmed news about the build-up whatsoever even a few weeks back, but plans are always subject to change in WWE. If the moment happens then indeed it will leave the fans with some moments to cherish forever. Though, no concrete news has arrived whether it is indeed going to happen or not.

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