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Stone Cold Steve Austin: The Bottom Line on the Most Popular Superstar of All Time (2011)

Not Rated | | Action, Biography, Sport | Video 29 November 2011
At his apex, Stone Cold Steve Austin was a pop culture phenomenon, the biggest superstar in the history of sports entertainment. Despite battling the rejection of being fired and a ... See full summary »

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At his apex, Stone Cold Steve Austin was a pop culture phenomenon, the biggest superstar in the history of sports entertainment. Despite battling the rejection of being fired and a career-threatening injury, Austin persevered and vaulted to the top of his profession. Now, fans can relive the epic story of the Texas Rattlesnake with Stone Cold Steve Austin. Filled with new, never-before-seen i Written by Anonymous

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Steve Austin: [about changing his WWE gimmick] I went home and I was drinking a few beers at the house, and I was watching this special on HBO about Richard Kuklinski; he was called the Ice Man. The Ice Man was a hitman for hire for the Chicago mob. Totally remorseless, just a ruthless individual, guy didn't give a shit about anything. He was very cold, no emotion about him, and I said "Man, this guy... there's something about this guy that's really got my gears going." So I pitched my idea to the office, and...
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Nostalgic
24 June 2012 | by See all my reviews

I haven't watched the WWE in years. It got boring for me to be honest. Today I watched this documentary, and it really brought be back to why I loved wrestling when I was younger. I remember being glued to the television set wondering what Stone Cold, DX, Mankind, and some of my other faves were going to do. While I was watching this documentary I earned a new respect for Steve Austin, after seeing everything he went through to get to the top. I remember the classic matches, promos, and merchandise of one of the biggest WWE stars. I don't think I could watch the WWE again, or any wrestling for that matter, unless they could capture an audience like they did in the late 90's and early 2000's. If you like the WWE or watched it when you were younger, you will love this. It shows what Steve had to go through to get in the business.


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