Stone Cold Steve Austin Forgets How To Stun

Ellixs TulaganContributor IApril 7, 2017

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When I heard that glass break to start off RAW, I thought it was going to be a great night, but it was not to be.

Stone Cold started off his speech by doing his classic arm raising and then got two cans of beer and started drinking them. I gave him a HELL YEAH! and then started talking about his match vs Bret Hart at WM 13 and Bret vs. Vince this year.

When John Cena came down the ramp Ithought Austin was setting up the stunner, but there were just smiles between the two.


If it wasn't for this stupid PG era he would have given it to him no problem, but no. And this wouldn't even compare to what happened later on that night.

Stone Cold was out to oversee the contract signing between Vince & Bret for WM 26 and was only there to make sure Stu Hart was going into the HOF. What the hell?

I then shortly logged into to see what was going to conclude and see what other people were saying. They were all saying they wanted to see Stone Cold stun them both, myself included.

Earlier on in the night, The Rattlesnake said a** but it was obviously heavily censored by the WWE.

That's ridiculous.

Again the PG era provides another disappointment to us fans. What's even more odd is that Vince doesn't like WWE being PG.

If you're going to have someone like the Texas Rattlesnake, Stone Cold Steve Austin to be on the show at least let him speak his mind. Especially on the PPV's at least make the superstars bleed—the kids don't even watch the PPV's.

So, as all of us were awaiting the stunner, we knew deep down it wasn't going to happen to the PG rating. When we found out that there was going to be big news, we at least knew he was going to guest ref the match, but when that didn't happen, we were all pissed.

The big news was that Bret could walk, which we obviously knew. You're not going to go out on the biggest stage in wrestling and fight without walking.

When RAW was over, the chat room was blasting Vince.

Repeated lines of "TNA! TNA! TNA!, "I spent two hours of my life watching this garbage?" "What a rip-off." "Vince screwed all of us."

Again, the PG era doesn't help any of us and I bet even the kids said, "What the f*** was that?" This was an utter and sheer disappointment and the most hyped guest host yet provides us another disappointment.

So, what do you think of the PG era and it's effects?