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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... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Cast

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Steve Austin ... Himself / Stone Cold Steve Austin (also archive footage)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Chris Adams ... Himself (archive footage)
Arn Anderson ... Himself
Ariane Andrew ... Herself (archive footage)
Richard Blood ... Ricky Steamboat (archive footage)
Steve Borden ... Sting (archive footage)
Gerald Brisco ... Himself (also archive footage)

Mark Calaway ... The Undertaker (archive footage)

John Cena ... Himself
Mike Chioda ... Himself (archive footage)
Jeannie Clark ... Herself (archive footage)

Michelle Deighton ... Herself (archive footage)
Bill DeMott ... Himself
Howard Finkel ... Himself (archive footage)
Ric Flair ... Himself (archive footage)
Mick Foley ... Himself / Dude Love / Mankind (also archive footage)
Kevin Foote ... Himself (archive footage)
Tristan Gallo ... Himself (archive footage)
Nora Greenwald ... Molly Holly (archive footage)
Bret Hart ... Himself (also archive footage)

Owen Hart ... Himself (archive footage)
Earl Hebner ... Himself (archive footage)
Brian Heffron ... The Blue Meanie (archive footage)

John Hennigan ... John Morrison
Paul Heyman ... Himself (also archive footage)

Booker Huffman ... Booker T
Jerry Jarrett ... Himself (archive footage)

Chris Jericho ... Himself

Dwayne Johnson ... The Rock (also archive footage)

Vinnie Jones ... Himself

A.J. Kirsch ... Himself (archive footage)

Jerry Lawler ... Himself (also archive footage)
Andy Leavine ... Himself (also archive footage)

Paul Levesque ... Triple H (also archive footage)
Dutch Mantell ... Himself (also archive footage)
Darren Matthews ... William Regal
Shane McMahon ... Himself (archive footage)
Vince McMahon ... Himself (also archive footage)
Shawn Michaels ... Himself (also archive footage)

Mike 'The Miz' Mizanin ... The Miz
William Moody ... Himself (as Percy Pringle)
Pat Patterson ... Himself (also archive footage)

Todd Pettengill ... Himself (archive footage)
Brian Pillman ... Himself (archive footage)
Melanie Pillman ... Herself (archive footage)

C.M. Punk ... Himself
Harley Race ... Himself (archive footage)
Robert Remus ... Sgt. Slaughter (archive footage)
Jason Reso ... Christian
Dusty Rhodes ... Himself (archive footage)
Jake Roberts ... Jake 'The Snake' Roberts (archive footage)
Jim Ross ... Himself (also archive footage)
Michael Seitz ... Michael Hayes
Ken Shamrock ... Ken Shamrock (archive footage)
Arnold Skaaland ... Himself (archive footage)

Trish Stratus ... Herself (archive footage)
Joey Styles ... Himself (also archive footage)
Tammy Sytch ... Sunny (archive footage)

Mike Tyson ... Himself (archive footage)
Robert Welch ... Col. Robert Parker (archive footage)

Paul Wight ... The Big Show (archive footage)

Scott Wiper ... Himself
Mark Yeaton ... Himself (archive footage)
Mickael Zacki ... Himself (archive footage)
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151 min
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Paul Heyman:I was post-producing an ECW television show, and I got a phone call from a friend of mine in WCW informing me that Steve had been fired by Eric Bischoff. So I called Steve on the phone.
Steve Austin:My phone rings, and there's Paul Heyman calling me. Now, me and Paul had known each other for years down in WCW. I was part of the Dangerous Alliance, he managed me, we traveled together, and just had a blast and man, we just had an instant chemistry, we instantly liked each other and mutual respect. But anyways, so Paul E. goes to Philly and he starts Extreme Championship Wrestling. My phone rings...
Paul Heyman:"What are you doing?"
Steve Austin:"Nothing, Paul. Just healing my arm up."
Paul Heyman:I offered Steve a chance to come to ECW.
Steve Austin:I said "I can't work, Paul. My arm's busted."
Paul Heyman:"Can you talk?"
Steve Austin:"You're gonna pay me once a week to come up there and cut promos?" I said "All right, I'm in."
Paul Heyman:You know, today someone gets frustrated and
[pantomimes typing on his phone]
[...]
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2 out of 3 people found the following review useful.
Nostalgic, 24 June 2012
Author: Jeff from United States

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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