Ahead of his confrontation with ‘Stone Cold’ Steve Austin at WrestleMania 38, Kevin Owens has discussed how he doesn’t know exactly what form the segment will take.
There has been plenty of talk about Steve Austin being in incredible shape ahead of ‘The Showcase Of The Immortals’ taking place in his home state, and the fact that Kevin Owens has taken to the microphone to bash Texas has made it easy for the pair to come to loggerheads.
Many hope that there will be more take place between ‘The Texas Rattlesnake’ and Owens than just a verbal confrontation and maybe a stunner, it seems that the host for the show doesn’t know exactly what form the show will take.
Speaking with Kenny McIntosh of Inside The Ropes, Kevin Owens acknowledged that Austin is acting like the character you expect, but that leaves him not knowing exactly what to expect.
Well, so he’s obviously talking like you said, he sounds like Stone Cold. He’s talking like Stone Cold and like I said on Raw on Monday, he kind of has to be that way I feel like because it’s WrestleMania and people have expectations. I really don’t know what, it’s funny because as I’m standing here telling you, I don’t know what’s going to happen and people watching this are probably like, ‘Yeah, right’. I really don’t know what’s going on.
Former Universal Champion Kevin Owens went on to discuss how excited he is to work with ‘Stone Cold’, and that he’ll be ready if the confrontation gets a little more physical.
That’s I think the most exciting part of doing something with Stone Cold Steve Austin is that I was told very clearly by someone who worked with him for a very long time, you won’t know what’s going to happen until you’re out there. Be ready for anything. It’s Stone Cold Steve Austin.
So that’s what I’m going into it, the mentality I’m going into it with and hey, if he wants to fight, you know, I’ve got this whole Fight Owens Fight thing, it just rolls off the tongue and why not?
The set for this weekend’s WrestleMania has now been revealed, including an incredible punt to set the lights off from Pat McAfee.