WWE News: Reason Why Stone Cold Steve Austin Returning To Raw In September
WWE is trying to deck up their Madison Square Garden return as much as possible to make it a memorable affair. After all, it’s been a decade that they have visited the world’s most famous arena for a TV taping. So it has to present some elements that allow the fans to be on the edge of their seats. As a result, WWE has previously announced the return of Stone Cold Steve Austin for this special occasion.
The 6-time WWE World Champion Stone Cold Steve Austin will make his second live appearance on TV of 2019 next month as he appears on the September 9th edition of WWE Raw from Madison Square Garden. This came as a total surprise for the fans who will buy tickets or watch the show at home. WWE.com was happy to inform the news with the below comments,
“Stone Cold Steve Austin will be on hand to raise some hell when Monday Night Raw comes to New York City’s Madison Square Garden on Sept. 9.
Combination and individual event tickets for the back-to-back Raw and SmackDown LIVE shows are available now at ticketmaster.com.
Don’t miss your opportunity to see The Texas Rattlesnake when the red brand returns to “The World’s Most Famous Arena”.”
I cannot believe it has been so long. Time flies by. The Garden is home to many of my favorite moments in my career. @BretHart in #survivorseries @undertaker in #summerslam #highwaytohell and stunning @VinceMcMahon for the very first time. Along with many others.
Hell Yeah! https://t.co/L0LKzDRiYK
— Steve Austin (@steveaustinBSR) August 26, 2019
Reports spread on the internet in recent times claiming that WWE has not received the desired ticket-sales as expected for a grand Madison Square Garden show. Plenty of tickets are reportedly still available. So inserting Stone Cold Steve Austin was a desperate move to sell the Monday Night Raw edition set for September 9th.
Tickets were moving even in worse rate for the Smackdown taping set for September 10th at Madison Square Garden. Due to this, WWE had to announce that The Undertaker will be returning on that night which will also be the go-home episode for Clash of Champions. With both ‘Taker and Stone Cold Steve Austin appearing on TV, there were speculations whether they will be involved at the PPV but that is not likely to be the case. It’s going to be only a one-off appearance for the legendary superstars.
Hopefully, these two legends will be able to sell out all the remaining tickets for both WWE Raw and Smackdown as we are less than two weeks away. The last time WWE visited Madison Square Garden was on November 16, 2009. The main event of the night featured John Cena & The Undertaker against Triple H & Shawn Michaels of D-Generation X against Chris Jericho & Big Show of Jeri-Show in a Triple Threat Tag Team Match.
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