Stone Cold on Fox Dallas – says he feels no pain, talks heel/face & WM32


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WWE Hall of Famer “Stone Cold” Steve Austin appeared Thursday on the Dallas Fox affiliate’s morning show to promote WrestleMania 32 tickets going on-sale.

Austin, who is scheduled to appear at the WM32 kick-off party Thursday night at AT&T Stadium, talked about the following topics, per PWTorch reader Rob Ward recapping the interview:

At the end of the interview, the anchor said he was sure Austin was still hurting after his career. But, Austin was quite adamant in saying that was not in pain, even saying “on a scale of one to ten, I’m at zero.”

At the top of the interview, the anchor asked Austin whether being a good guy or bad guy was more fun. Austin said he liked being a heel (and actually used the terms “heel” and “babyface”).
The anchor asked him about the alleged fake parts of the business and real injuries. Austin replied that you can’t fake gravity and physics, and they discussed his neck injury.

Austin also promoted the WM32 ticket pre-sale party and economic impact of WrestleMania on the host city.