The Road to Wrestlemania 36 is likely to be filled up with multiple big returns, as per the latest update. Names like Edge, Big Show and more are being rumored to make their comebacks on WWE Raw in due course. Additionally, the legendary Stone Cold Steve Austin will also be on board, as per the latest report from a reliable source. Now that’s one of the names whom just can’t keep out of the Wrestlemania context.
According to the reports of Brad Shepard, WWE Hall of Famer Stone Cold Steve Austin is currently scheduled to return to WWE programming. It happens on the March 16th episode of Monday Night RAW at the PPG Paints Arena in Pittsburgh on the Road to WrestleMania 36. No update was provided by the source as to why the veteran name will show up.
Speaking of returns, Brock Lesnar, Big Show is also rumored to make their return on this upcoming episode of WWE Raw. Edge is also being rumored to show up on either March 2nd or March 9th episode of the flagship show. All of these comebacks should get confirmed in due course. Meanwhile, it’ll be interesting to see whether WWE finds a way to insert Stone Cold Steve Austin into the Wrestlemania 36 match card.
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Stone Cold Steve Austin made one last appearance in the WWE on the Madison Square Garden episode of Monday Night Raw in September. Eventually, that particular segment might have been one of the bests for the entire year of 2019. He hit the pendant stunner on AJ Styles taking us back to the Attitude Era. The arena came unglued after seeing him performing the signature move on the Phenomenal One.
There’s no doubt about Stone Cold Steve Austin being perhaps the most popular superstar on WWE TV. Fans love to watch him in the programming no matter what. Considering the dropped viewership that WWE Raw is having, his name could be one of the saviors for the show. But he is not interested to continue his stint on a weekly basis on WWE programming. Hence, this one should be a one-off appearance on the Road to Wrestlemania 36.
But he does watch the show that was once synonymical to him. So he gave his opinion on it during the Steve Austin Show hosted by The Broken Skull Ranch 2.0. Fans asked him whether he will like to work with any particular superstars from the current roster. The Hall of Famer mentioned two names from the flagship show in this context.