“Stone Cold” Steve Austin was recently joined by former WWE writer Vince Russo on episodes #303 and #305 of The Steve Austin Show. The two talked about the current state of WWE, and Austin revealed some details about his interview show on the WWE Network.
“A lot of the time, I hold back because I’m one of the boys and I’ve got to show up every damn month for a podcast,” Austin said of criticizing WWE TV. “It’s not my goal to run anybody down [or] run anybody down that’s in control. I love the [professional wrestling] business, but it is what it is. I have my opinion. Sometimes, believe me, I’m holding back when I’m talking about my opinions because I don’t want to shoot a hole in anybody.”
The WWE Hall of Famer says he does have some restrictions on what he can talk about on his WWE Network podcast, and that there’s a “line” he can’t cross.
“Sometimes, in talking, quite frankly, with WWE talent, you can’t go certain directions.” Austin continued, “there’s a line that is drawn that you really can’t cross over because they can’t bury themselves [and] they can’t talk about certain things, so, sometimes, it just is what it is.”
You can listen to Austin’s non-WWE Network podcast, The Steve Austin Show, here.
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