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WrestleMania 40 Rumors: Steve Austin’s Return Debunked

Steve Austin (Via WWE/Twitter)

The rumors circulating about WWE Hall of Famer Steve Austin returning to the ring have been a hot topic of discussion ever since WrestleMania 38. With WrestleMania 40 looming, fans are eager to know if the Texas Rattlesnake will make a comeback. A source close to the creative team has put the rumors to rest, calling reports of Austin wrestling again “FAKE NEWS!” Despite this, fans are still left wondering if there’s any truth to the rumors.

The rumors of Austin’s return gained momentum in August when News reported that WWE had a plan in place for WrestleMania’s main event. The main event matches for both nights of WrestleMania 40 are reportedly decided, and the Women’s Title matches have also been nailed down. With a plethora of options to fill out the card, it’s hard to imagine a more perfect scenario for Austin to make a splash. However, according to News, there are no current plans for Austin’s return, and it seems unlikely that the situation will change in time for the show.

Fans are left speculating about the what-ifs of a Steve Austin return. Would he reclaim his spot as a major player in the WWE Universe, or would his comeback simply be a nostalgic nod to his legendary career? Whatever the case, the prospect of Austin wrestling again is undeniably exciting, and fans are eagerly awaiting any news that might change their minds about his status.

LA Knight and Steve Austin (Via WWE/Twitter)

Many have been saying that Austin’s return would be a huge boost to the company, given his legendary status and the fact that he is still a beloved figure in professional wrestling. His charisma and in-ring ability made him a household name, and even though it’s been many years since he hung up his boots, many fans still hold out hope that he will return to the ring.

In the meantime, fans continue to discuss the possibility of Steve Austin’s return in online forums and social media. Would you want to see him back in the ring, or are you content with his legendary status as a Hall of Famer? Only time will tell if Austin will make a return to the ring, but for now, fans will have to remain content with his legendary status as one of the greatest professional wrestlers of all time.

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