WWE Legend Stone Cold Steve Austin made another surprise appearance at WrestleMania 38, but this time it didn’t end smoothly.
Austin shocked the WWE Universe on Saturday when he came out of retirement to beat Kevin Owens in his first match since 2003 when he lost to The Rock at WrestleMania 19.
This time, the WWE Hall of Famer took on his longtime nemesis and WWE Chairman Vince McMahon at AT&T Stadium in Dallas, Texas.
McMahon originally came out to support his protégé Austin Theory in a match against former NFL star and current SmackDown announcer Pat McAfee.
McAfee picked up a surprise win and then had heated words with both Theory and The Chairman.
The 76-year-old wrestling supremo didn’t take it well and called for an umpire to fight the ex-Indianapolis Colts punter.
McMahon won thanks to much help from Theory, and then Austin’s signature theme song echoed through the arena as the crowd erupted once more for the Texas hero.
The six-time world champion made his way to the ring, where he blocked an attack from the former NXT star and knocked him out with a stunner.
The ex-WWE Champion then pretended to have a few beers with McMahon.
However, the 57-year-old delivered another stunner that didn’t go down very well.
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McMahon stumbled towards the ropes after being kicked in the pit of his stomach and didn’t sell the actual move well as he practically fell on his back.
However, the live Texas audience still loved that moment as they chanted Austin’s name.
The American grappler then delivered another stunner to McAfee after sharing a few beers together.
https://www.the-sun.com/sport/5044575/wwe-stone-cold-steve-austin-wrestlemania-vince-mcmahon/ WWE Hall of Famer Stone Cold Steve Austin returns to WrestleMania 38 with a BOTCHED Vince McMahon finish