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Birthday: December 18, 1964
Place: Austin, Texas, USA
Height: 6' 1"
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Born in Austin, Texas in 1964. Worked in Texas on a loading dock until he became a pro wrestler in the late-80s. First became recognized in World Championship Wrestling (WCW) as "Stunning" Steve Austin, where he conquered the singles ranks by becoming the WCW Television Champion on a few occasions and the WCW United States Title, he also conquered the WCW Tag-Team ranks along with the late Brian Pillman, collectively known as "The Hollywood Blondes" (Austin, at the time, had long blonde hair). Had a falling out with WCW head Eric Bischoff in Mid-1995 when Bischoff fired him over-the phone. Went to Extreme Championship Wrestling (ECW) in late 1995 mostly as a commentator (He did wrestle a few matches, though.) Established himself as a no-nonsense, garbage-mouthed punk. Left ECW and emerged in the World Wrestling Federation (WWF) as "The Ringmaster", along with manager "Million Dollar Man" Ted Dibiase. That gimmick was weak and Austin was silenced by WWF Brass because of his reputation. Finally dumped DiBiase and changed his name to "Stone Cold" Steve Austin, shaved his head, and had a gimmick as a Natural-Born Killer (He does strike a close resemblance to Woody Harrelson fron the movie). Started his trash-talking asd ass-kicking when he defeated Jake "The Snake" Roberts in the final round of the 1996 WWF King of The Ring Tournament, which was where he coined the famous "AUSTIN 3:16" while mocking Roberts for his religeous beliefs. Austin 3:16 was a phenomenon. He is the only person to do that other than the great Hulk Hogan who did it did in the 80's with the "Hulkamania" phenomenon. Austin 3:16 is about as bigas Hulkamania was in the 80's to the mid-90s. Austin conquered the WWF in 1997 when he captured the WWF Intercontinental Title on 2 occasions, the Tag-Team Titles on 2 occasions (with Shawn Michaels and "Dude Love" Mick Foley, respectively). And in 1998 when he achieved the ultimate career goal, the WWF World Title on 3 occasions and another Tag-Team Title reign with The Undertaker.
- Was the first wrestler to ever kick out of the Rock's finisher "The Rock Bottom" at Wrestlemania XV.
- One of the 100 greatest wrestlers of the 20th century. (as determined by Inside Wresting)
- The 1996 WWF King of the Ring.
- Ranked number 4 in a poll for the best 10 nicknames in wrestling with the nickname "Stone Cold".
- Six-time World Wrestling Federation Champion.
- Two-time World Wrestling Federation Intercontinental Champion
- Three-time World Wrestling Federation Tag-team Champion
- Won first WWF title on March 29, 1998 by defeating "The Heartbreak Kid", Shawn Michaels.
- Won his latest WWF championship by beating The Undertaker on June 28, 1999
- His ex-wife Jeannie, was married to British wrestler "Gentleman" Chris Adams, who trained Austin in the sport. Jeannie served as Austin's valet for several years. She was known as "Lady Blossom" and used to wrestle Adams' second wife Toni, in mixed tag-team matches (Austin would be her partner while Adams teamed with his wife).
- Attended North Texas State University in Denton, Texas.
- Played defensive end for North Texas State University.
- Has had several serious injuries including a neck injury that kept him out of the ring for 8 months.
- Lost to Bret Hart - aka Bret The Hitman Hart - in all four of their encounters. While Austin never pinned Bret Hart in a TV/PPV encounter, he did not lose all of their matches. Austin lost Hart's Return match at Survivor Series 1996 and passed out at the "I Quit" match at Wrestlemania 13 (though he never said I quit). However at the April 1997 PPV, Austin won by DQ against Bret when the Hart Foundation interferred while Austin had Bret trapped in Bret's own signature submission move, the Sharpshooter. The following night on Raw, it took several WWF officials to pull Austin off Bret in a "Street Fight" where Austin again had Bret trapped in the Sharpshooter for several mintes. Austin severely injured Bret's leg and allegedly attacked him in the ambulance after the match was over. Since it was a no-DQ match, Austin it is presumed Austin won the match due to Bret's injury.
- Met his former wife Debra when she was serving as the valet for Jeff Jarrett in the WWF.
- Wrestled in a barbwire match while in the ECW.
- Stone Cold got his nickname from his ex wife. She was British and she served Steve Austin some hot tea, and at the time he was thinking of a new nickname because "Stunning" wasn't cool enough anymore. So when his then wife noticed he wasn't drinking his tea she said, "You'd better drink your tea before it gets Stone Cold.". And that is the story of Stone Cold Steve Austin's nickname.
- When he won the 1996 King of the Ring tournament, he was trying to get over as a heel (a bad guy)
- On March 18, 2002, due to "creative problems", Steve walked out on the WWF and did not show up for the scheduled Raw taping in Montreal. On June 10, 2002, Steve did the exact same thing, walking out and left for home in San Antonio, Texas. Both of these were done without notice and without WWF company approval.
- Because there was already a wrestler named Steve Williams, Stone Cold took his name from Lee Majors's character from "The Six Million Dollar Man" (1974), and became Steve Austin.
- Steve Austin held the WCW tag title with Brian Pillman. Once beating Steamboat/ Douglas then lost the tag titles when Brian Pillman broke his ankle and was forced to team with Regal.
- Has had problems with his right knee since 1995 when he injured it.
- He has the claim of fame of being the first wrestler to be fired by fedex. Steamboat and Waltman were soon to follow on that list.
- In a recent media interview in Miami, Vince McMahon owner of the WWE admitted he looks forward to seeing Steve Austin back in the WWE in 2003. This is the first time since Austin walked out on the WWE that Vince has spoken about his wish for Austin to return. At the time of Austin's walkout Vince said that Austin would never work for the WWE again, however a slump in ratings and a lack of main event talent has lead Vince to make a U-turn about Steve Austin. When Steve Austin returns it appears he will be on the Smackdown roster as he prefers working with wrestlers like Kurt Angle, Chris Benoit, Eddie Guerrero and Edge.
- One reason for his falling-out with WCW was his wanting to team with WCW newcomer Hulk Hogan, which Eric Bischoff stated that he couldn't see happening.
- After Wrestlemania XIX Austin was forced to realise that his already injured and surgically repaired neck could no longer take the pounding it takes from active wrestling. Steve Austin was forced to retire from wrestling and instead took up an on air role as Co-General Manager of RAW. However just recently (June 2003) after seeing how Kurt Angle has made a quick return from a new kind of neck surgery, Austin has spoken about possibly getting the same treatment or having some form of surgery so that he could possibly have one last match or maybe work a light wrestling schedule similar to the one Shawn Michaels wrestles. Right now Austin says he is postponing treatment to concentrate on establishing himself as a GM and when the time comes in the next few months he will look at surgery.
- The gold chain "Stone Cold" wears was given to him by his tag team partner at the time, the late "Flyin" Brian Pillman right before they made their debut as "The Hollywood Blondes" in WCW.
- He has 2 children with his ex-wife Jeannie. He adopted the child Jeannie had from her first marriage.
- Was the first person to enter the WWE arena when "Raw Is War" (1997) debuted on TNN.
- In his spare time, he enjoys game-hunting on his Texas ranch.
- Another of his hobbies is collecting antiques.
- While in WCW, he once traveled with Mick Foley and Dallas Page. Because Page was so easy to rile up on a trip, he and Foley pulled a number of stunts trying to see how long it would take Page to crack.
- Real life best friends are The Rock, Mick Foley and Bill Goldberg.
- As of April 17, 2004, Steve is considering doing a program (and possibly a match) with Bill Goldberg in Japan.
- Notable Title Wins Include: WCW World Television Title (2); WCW World Tag Team Title w/Brian Pillman; WCW United States Heavyweight Title (2); WWF King of the Ring 1996; WWF Royal Rumble winner 1997, 1998, 2001; WWF Tag Team Title w/Shawn Michaels; WWF Tag Team Title w/Dude Love; WWF Intercontinetial Title (2); WWF Federation Title (6); WWF Tag Team Title w/Undertaker; WWF Tag Team Title w/Triple H
- When Steve joined ECW, he would mock older wrestlers such as Hulk Hogan, Macho Man and cut contraversial promos on Eric Bischoff. He had a intense rivalry with the Sandman before leaving for the WWF.
- Says his best match is the Submission match he had with Bret Hart at WrestleMania 13 in 1997.
- Learned the Stone Cold Stunner from Michael PS Hayes (once a member of the Freebirds).
- The "What?" gimmick started on an August 2001 episode of RAW, during the time he was the ring leader of the WCW faction. While asking Hugh Morrus (Bill DeMott) why he lost his last match, he followed up each question with "What?". It quickly became part of the wrestling crowd's vocabulary, even though Austin himself doesn't say, "What?" anymore while cutting promos. Surprisingly, the "What?" chants have also become part of Kurt Angle's gimmick.
- Same birthday as Brad Pitt, Casper Van Dien and Steven Spielberg.
- Shares the same birthday as fellow WWE Superstars Trish Stratus and Rob Van Dam.
- Debuted in The WWE in 1996 as The Ringmaster.
- In 1999 was the Storyline CEO of The WWE.
- After leaving Raw in November 2003, returned in January as The Sheriff of Raw.
- Former Co-General Manager of RAW.
- In his Wrestlemania debut, defeated Savio Vega.
- Austin formed a tag team with Brian Pillman. The team was dubbed the Hollywood Blondes
- Austin debuted in ECW as "The Extreme Superstar"
- Former WCW Tag Team Champion.
- Former WCW United States Champion.
- When he was going to make his WWE debut against "good guy" Bret Hart, Austin based his "don't give a damn" character from a movie called the Ice Man, a movie about a cold-hearted killer. He believes that this would give him an edge to become a villain. His ex-wife Jeanie gave him the nickname "Stone Cold". But when facing Hart, he was shocked that everyone was cheering for him. Since then, Stone Cold Steve Austin became an "anti-hero" and would use his finishing move, the Stone Cold Stunner, on anyone who gets in the ring with him; whether the person is good or bad.
- Adam Sandler ranks him as one of his all time favorite co-stars
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