You can talk about your Psalms and your John 3:16. Well, Austin 3:16 says I just whooped your *ss.— Stone Cold Steve Austin
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And that's the bottom line, cuz Stone Cold said so!
Sportsmanship... what a load of crap, don't preach your morality to me. Steve Austin doesn't have any mercy... you want mercy? Take your *ss to church!
Why have you not broken from the pack? You're playing it safe.
Safe aint gonna get you sh!t in this world
You treat me like a dog and you expect me to smile? You remind me of a jackass.
Austin 3:16 says I just whipped your @$$!
I'll open up a can of whoop-ass on you!
I'm telling you this - if Stone Cold comes back out, somebody's going to get their ass whipped!
And I also appreciate the fact that, hell, you can kiss my ass!
You see, everyone in that locker-room gotta pager.
And everyone that looks at that pager, sees the three-one-six, so their ass belongs to me.
Nobody, especially Vince McMahon, tells Stone Cold Steve Austin what to do, and that's the bottom line!
You want mercy? Take your ass to church!
If you put a s infront of hitman, you have my exact thoughts on Bret Hart
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Does anybody have, a cold beer for Steve Austin?!??!!?
Sorry, my watch doesn't speak spanish.
Vince Mcmahon may have bought this ring but if you get your *ss in it Stone Colds going to throw your *ss out of it
McMahon 3:16 says 'I just pissed my pants!'
I love the business of pro wrestling and it is something I know better than anything else I know about.
Become a champion like Stone Cold Steve Austin!
That was the absolute worst catch phrase I've ever heard in the history of Monday Night Raw.
Everyone out here in Los Angeles is trying to do whatever to break into films.
It is a tough industry to get into, kind of like pro wrestling in a lot of respects when you think about it.
I found out in pro wrestling that it works better if you just try and be yourself versus working on something you're not, so I'm me and maybe it's magnified a bit, but it's easier just being me.
I talk about things I'm passionate about.
I talk about the wrestling business, because I love wrestling. I just love it. If I can just have good conversation with a guy who was a bada** wrestler, we're talking about something that's very near and dear to our heart.
I enjoyed breaking down my matches, because wrestling fans really like to know what I'm actually thinking, and why certain things needed to happen at a certain time.
Unless you got real short and real fat, you ain't no Booker T!
Guys like me come along very seldom in the wrestling business.
You can count 'em on a couple of fingers.
I can drive anything on wheels... I can drive anything, actually.
I eat so much chicken, I'm surprised I haven't grown feathers yet.
I'm a very serious person, but I don't take myself very seriously and I would rather laugh all day than argue.
Save your money, pay your taxes, it doesn't last forever.
I no longer need my power tie, because I always have, my power finger.
Interviewing somebody is a lot different than being handed a stick in a 20,000-seat arena and trying to sell tickets. You're very green when you start. I'm still learning things to this day. I'm decent at interviews now, but man, getting people to buy tickets is the easiest thing in the world for me.
...if you are fat, no matter what you wear, nothing is going to make you sexier.
What I love about podcasting is it's guerilla radio.
I don't have to stick to anybody's protocol or format. I can operate my show just like I want to, but at the end of the day, it's just a can of audio whoopa**. My show is built to entertain.
Last time I had three or four of those I crapped for three days straight!