In an interview with Wade Keller on the PWTorch Livecast, WWE Hall of Famer Stone Cold Steve Austin mentioned WrestleMania 32 as a possible one last go in a WWE ring when asked the question of a possibility of lacing up his wrestling boots one more time.
“I’ll reserve my right to if I want to have another match down the road – say, like, Dallas, Texas is going to be (WrestleMania) 32,” Austin said. He mentioned that while WrestleMania will be just “down the road” from him, it could be doable but he doesn’t see it happening.
He said that it would be very special going back to Texas for WrestleMania 32 and WWE would need a pretty big card to fill up the Dallas Cowboys Stadium. He said that while he’s thinking about it, he’s not trying to “sell” or “promote” it.
Austin added that it would take a 3 or 4 month training camp to get back in ring shape and getting the body back to absorb those bumps and get his timing right and shaking off his ring rust. He last wrestled for WWE at WrestleMania 19, losing to The Rock.
There was another problem as well as he reckons today’s style is a bit micro-managed and he’s used to do and say whatever he wanted.
“I don’t know that I could be micro-managed to such a large degree. I want to come, do my thing, and get out of dodge the way I want to do it with my creative freedom, liberties, and everything that goes with it.”