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Austin Comments on Cesaro, Foley Talks Sasha Banks

(Stone Cold Steve Austin at 2010 San Diego Comic Con, photo: Gage Skidmore/wikipedia commons)

WWE Hall of Famer Steve Austin recently spoke with Wade Keller on a recent edition of “The Steve Austin Show”, they both touched upon currently injured WWE Superstar Cesaro and his future in WWE:

Austin noted Cearo has very much been “lost in the shuffle” of the current WWE storylines. Austin added that while it’s unfortunate for Cesaro that he is currently sidelined with an injury, he should take the time he has off to sit back and think of ways he can reinvent himself. While Austin did not mention this specifically, pro wrestling lore has it that Austin came up with the “Stone Cold” name and gimmick while sitting at home and frustrated with what WWE had been doing with him creatively.

On Cesaro’s return from injury, Steve Austin offered this advice: “Time for this guy to come back both guns blazing. F**k all of the politics. I’m going to the top.”

Mick Foley was a guest on last night’s“The Steve Austin Show” podcast to discuss the current state of WWE.

Foley’s had a very strong message for Vince McMahon regarding Sasha Banks:

“She’s living the dream, she’s got this character that works and I think she’s being messed with. If you have someone who is there, who is firing on all cylinders .. and I’m talking to Vince, leave her alone and let her do her thing. You’re 70, Vince. She’s 23. You don’t speak to everybody out there. Just because you don’t get it doesn’t mean it’s not there to be gotten.”

“You have people chanting “We Want Sasha” – it’s not without reason. Please, Mr. McMahon. Please leave her alone. Let her do her thing. If they want her, give her to them. Let her do her thing. You’re looking for faces, future faces of the company. Here’s one of them. It makes me sad to see someone work so hard, who is there and is being led in different directions.”

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