Stone Cold Steve Austin has been making headlines after his support for same sex marriage went viral.
Wrestling legend Stone Cold Steve Austin’s support for same sex marriage seems to making headlines since the comments he made on his podcast months ago went viral this week. For some reason, whilst Austin’s support of marital rights for all couples is of course welcomed, there’s a section of the internet that just didn't see this one coming. But really, should we be surprised when Austin 3:16 says, “I’m for same sex marriage?”
Steve Austin's views on same sex marriage have gone viral
If you’ve ever listened to Steve Austin’s podcast you’ll know that wether he’s doing his family friendly show or the ‘unleashed’ NSFW version, the former champion hasn’t changed very much since his days on top of the WWE. In his podcast he’s as straight talking as fans from his late 90’s heyday will remember him and as for the beer drinking and ‘working man’ references, they haven’t gone either. Maybe that’s why people were so surprised at Austin’s comments, but one does wonder what exactly people expected Austin’s stance to be?
The wrestling network will run 24/7 and will debut on 24 February
The WWE Network will at last become reality at the end of next month, WWE CEO Vince Mcmahon announced this week in Las Vegas. The head and founder of the WWE Corporation was joined on stage by former and current wrestlers John Cena, 'Stone Cold' Steve Austin, Shawn Michaels and Triple H when details regarding the network were announced during CES 2014 on Wednesday, 8 Januar.
Mr McMahon is bringing WWE closer to everyone
WWE will suplex its way into the 21st century with the launch of an online streaming service that will run 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The service will be available through WWE.com and through the WWE App, which is available through most smart devices and games consoles.
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"Stone Cold" Steve Austin stars as Jack Conrad, an American on death row for murder in El Salvador. Without notice, he's flown to Papua New Guinea and dropped on a remote island along with nine other condemned prisoners. They're each wearing an explosive device on their ankles. If they tamper with it or pull the attached red tab, it will explode.
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