Stone Cold Steve Austin Puts the Stunner on Spicy Wings | Hot OnesFeb 27, 2020
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wingsand today we close out season 9 with Stone Cold Steve Austin he is a six time WWF World Heavyweight Champion and Hall of Famer from WWE, you can catch it. on the award winning podcast The Steve Austin Show and also has a new TV show called Direct Steve Austin ketchup Monday is 11:10 Central Time after Monday Night Raw on USA Network very
coldWelcome to the show Glad to Being here man, it's going to be a great show.
I don't know what I just got myself into but I'm ready to go with you, well I know you in Edna Texas, boy how you handle your spice? My entourage back in the day I was the toughest sob in WWE history here in front of you I could be the biggest you ever had on the show remains to be seen and that's what we're about to find out oh sorry, owner, but yeah, well, like a show that compels scorching chicken
wings. in our guests were very interested in this move towards experiential interviews with celebrities do you think all those years clicking with wrestlers in the ring do you think that gives you an edge when it comes to building chemistry with a tv show or guests from podcasts no miss
austinback in the day a lot of people think guys are a little on edge he's a little over them he's crazy you know he's always mad he drinks a lot i drink a little but hey i enjoy meeting people i enjoy talking to the people and I'm curious by nature the more you do something the better you do it so I hope this season catches on so I can apply what I've learned this season into another season and keep making it go from there but I don't think I'll be at W Superstar it necessarily made me a natural.
I like the gradual type of none of you. We have several to go here. I like what they're doing here after. I know there's a method to his madness and I've enjoyed watching the shows I've watched oh thank you you've watched it so you absolutely know what you're getting yourself into so being a global icon a national treasure the mythology around by Stone Cold Steve. Austin is so vast, so I think it was only at the beginning of the interview that we cleared up some of the lore surrounding Texas rattlesnake factor fiction before he settled on Stone Cold, WWF gave him a list of possible nicknames which included tusk. chile mcfist mick freeze and otto von ruthless true this is way back in the day i lived on 10 acres in a log cabin outside south georgia and was watching a special on hbo about richard kuklinski was a serial killer he was a hitman and i'm not endorsing anything he did but he was a ruthless person so i said ok there is some trace he would make a good villain in the ring so i pitched the idea to the office and Iceman had already been made locally in Dallas, My Iceman King.
Parsons, so we didn't want to go down that path and based on the concept I gave them, they came up with temperature base names. I was like you were kidding this is creative genius like WWE I mean they are supposed to make anyone and everyone and turn them into a superstar so the names were absolutely ridiculous and I couldn't believe that was for the best. did it occur to you, is there any truth to the rumor that over a hundred beers were consumed during that beer party in Japan with Stacy Keibler and the Dudleys? I had heard of 128.
I don't think it's still a record, but you come out of a session like that and people are like, hey man, you wasted most of that damn beer. I have to show the best part if it was just a sip. not at all and just drinking it all would be a horrible image so you have to do something to yourself but i'll tell you there's been i don't know how many times i'd walk out of that ring and go with the bus if you go on an empty stomach and go with all that beer gon' get bus factor fiction you and booker t cause $10,000 worth of damage in a grocery store fight that's actually what i heard the total damage was i think that was called the green frog i think that i was in fresno california if i'm not mistaken i think the store closed after nothing not because of that but after that and we had a blast.
Booker and I have always had a chemistry that goes back to our days. in Atlanta when we both worked for WCW he's one of the funniest guys I know and I just had him on my and fact podcast but yeah $10,000 where the damage was the sum total of the fiction factor you'll drop the caboose while you fight Yokozuna in South Africa, a lot of times when you do international tribes when you do international travel. and there's a diet chain, cakes happen and the cassava man was, you know, a wicked 600 pounds at the time and when he picked me up and punched me, things happened, something went wrong and luckily I was wearing black boxer shorts and the yoga It was so great that he is no longer with us and God rest his soul, but I was lying on the mat.
I shit in the trunks and looked at it. great he goes well brah and we did the ending i got meat and walked back and took a big shower chiquan dhis i dont want to be level three to be the one to make me have a yokozuna moment here in your show there is a seed ending but what a final would be if you don't go out and he himself what are our language parameters can you unleash here ok ok ok I don't want to go crazy this is starting to get out there a bit I know you're a driver's education teacher in the senior year in north texas do you have a major concern about driving? people don't use number one flashers use your fucking flashers please i mean you know it's like someone driving a car it's really bad shape you think it's ok what you know the flashers just broke is you know that the light doesn't work but then if its someone in a really nice car like a mercedes or bmw it was just a he thinks he's entitled he needs to hit that he wears blinders but that's my number one pet peeve use your fucking blinders please, and then, do you still have a rat problem on the ranch and know for a while that they were chewing up your Chevy trucks and Polaris Rangers?
There was a serious problem that we never beat I sold them the ranch about thr ee years ago and now we're in Nevada of course now I'm lucky enough to ride Kawasaki mules and they don't touch my mules because there aren't that many up there for some reason and we have a bunch of cats anyone in south texas or remote areas you know are dealing with rats and they are a real problem you go out to start your car sometimes it won't turn on your lights won't come on so always keep your hood up you know what you put steel wool in your tailpipes you do the things you can do best it's because of cats pro tips from
austinyou ready to move on to number four yes you're reading me emma and your eyes i can look at it look anyway , boy make you stand there while he bites these wings and you say it's the first rodeo there will be one that catches me so I know you are a true pro wrestling student and you are always m u very generous with your praise to those who have come before you and after pound for pound you were th Most physically impressive athlete during your wrestling days hmm dad my son in his day was very cutting edge just a snap suplex is dive from the top ropes.
I mean, he was really innovative in the way he did things, he executed things in a ring. he would be someone I would put on a list that I highly respected in addition to herself having the best microphone skills during the Attitude Era. You can't miss the rock when he first arrived on the scene. and just people just didn't take it and it was terrible akhi die die rocky dining put him in domination nation and sent him to the top of that organization and started wearing these silk shirts and started referring to himself in third person and raising the eyebrows and electrified and wowed the crowds with his catchphrases and his cadence and his delivery and his message and called everyone brony knowing his role so yeah I was an outstanding promotion in my own right and I had my own style, but Rock caught the attention of the public and provoked the response that I was looking for from them, who had the craziest pre-game ritual, I don't know who had the craziest ritual, but who had the simplest. it was Jake the snake Roberts because it goes back to the days when he would carry the snake and the bag that the snake would be laying in for example a trash can with a flat top or maybe on the floor and Jake would be walking around where never was the gym and he was smoking a cigarette and all of a sudden they would hear the following music he would take a last drag on that cigarette he would crush it with his foot he would throw the snake on his back and just walk to the ring no warm up nothing that is how he did it smoking a cigarette and once Jake got in the ring he earned his respect and he had this presence about him and he's one of the most financially efficient workers there is where he didn't do a whole lot but everything he did had meant something and he was always there. ays working for that DDT so he was phenomenal in that entitlement but the simplicity of his warm up routine would stand out more than the craziest routine I can think of so Nicole we have a recurring segment on our show called explains that Graham where we do a deep dive on I guess Instagram brings out interesting images that need more context, so I'll get the laptop out.
I'll show you the picture. Just tell me the bigger story. Sounds good? Yeah ok here you are doing some ranch work in all your years and ranching have you ever overturned a tractor been bitten by a snake when you think of the cracked skull and nearby emergencies there is a story that stands out there a couple of times when we're mowing the ponds we'd call them tanks in Texas a waterhole the embankments are pretty steep and I used to work for the highway department when I was a kid you know so I'm used to driving on the overpasses and things like that Mon the size of roads but there is some kind of pucker factor we would call and you're dragging a 15 foot bat wing crusher behind you which gives you a bit of a low center of gravity here keeps you anchored to the ground but just the fact that if you hit a waller pig or something you just know the tractors will tip over and your response will be upside down in the water and no one is going to get you out of there as well.
There are a few close cases of that or just the pucker factor never been bitten by a rattlesnake I've heard a few and they have a very distinct rattle when you walk up to your deer stand and all of a sudden one starts rattling on the returning units coming to the Jesus moment and I don't hear very well but then you can hear I could hear you fucking rattlesnake you know like it's nobody's business what do you remember about meeting Muhammad Ali Paul Orndorff is a guy right there to look to the left side of that picture actually took a pair of boxing gloves to catch Muhammad Ali to sign them but Muhammad Ali was simply the greatest boxer who ever lived in such a charismatic personality that he had a worldwide following of people who absolutely loved him .
I've never met anyone who said a bad thing about Muhammad Ali because he was just universally loved by literally everyone, so it was great to remember that I met the goat tequila sip for the worker. Do you have a margarita recipe? If I go to patron de plata just because you can choose a higher grade tequila which will be much smoother but you'll need a little bit of bite in that margarita so three ounces of tequila. I can pour this into a shaker about an ounce. to an ounce and a half of triple sec about an ounce to an ounce to a quart of lemon juice most of the time people get carried away with lemon juice when they go to restaurants and get something that tastes like lemon and just it kills it can't be done that's t Biggest mistake newbies or bartenders make there's nothing in there with the margarita just a drizzle of ghave nectar just a few drops so you shake it in a cocktail shaker then you pour it on cool rocks and then float about an ounce. of grand marnier on top and that's the brothers van rance margarita and each one you drink is a triple so when you drink two of my margaritas that's tequila you're alright yeah i'm not alright now but you'd be alright warming up hmm so when you were chatting with hulk hogan on your podcast recently you guys were talking about wrestling and japan and how crazy it was in the 70s why was that why that scene why does it have such a special place and wrestling experts hearts just go back to the old days of Japan, which is when it was really still considered a photo shoot, you know, welcome back to the bandage.
Getting Stabbed And Hooked,you know my fan knives cause they were so you knew they believed the fact what they said if the heels got hot or you knew they hit and the good guys and really cared for those good devils man a lot of times those bad guys had You have to fight your way to the locker room and that's it, but it's those old memories of Japan like that that evoke those fond memories of what the business really was at its core, what the fans in Osaka were like compared to, say, a crowd. sold out dallas/fort areum if you work in front of a japan crowd and you are from the states they are very very quiet and certain things make them come or light differently than a crowd in the states i would say maybe these two guys work out and it's complete silence and one of them like a submission hold on the other and that guy gets to the ropes or they're going to start popping because of that or if one guy is starting to or get a kind of barrage and then all of a sudden n just comes up with this fire and starts to fire back, that makes that crowd very different from an audible level of narration listening to the crowd.
I don't listen very well but once you put me in an arena full of 20,000 people if the idiot up there in Row 100 boos and everyone else is sharing I know exactly where he is and I am and I'm not I'm not worried about him , but I'm just saying that's how I'm in tune with the crowd because you're always reading to a crowd, whether you're going by the script that everyone is talking about and is talking about or you call it on the fly, you're listening to that crowd because if you're not working with that crowd you're doing it wrong damn I want him to come here and boy was he sweating bullets and Gordon Ramsay was dropping bombs all over the place and look at you well like I said I think there was a catch here yeah those guys because they haven't i got the chance i would love to be gordon ramsay i met you five times but shaq was really but he said d he wasn't going to show him faces he did pretty well he kept his composure for a while he started sweating it's co mo if people were to say something profound here it was actually the time in my heartbeat i'm making something about to go wrong here your heart maybe my beat will hit a hundred and fifty something wrong these are not tied with them cheese feta means all they know now yes im totally dry am checking my biological and physiological responses as you sit there watching us I have them hooked up to the biometrics on you ok yeah that was starting to get there yeah yeah that was starting to get there.
I know I can go deeper, but now I'm feeling it. For me, as a guy who embraces simple pleasures but also appreciates things that are rough, I know you are very proud of the project you have done with El Segundo Brewing Company. that the beer you drink says something about the person yes it does and i support that beer i worked on that beer sitting at the table like this a lot like this with rob crock i saw the owner of El Segundo Brewing Company and we decided to collaborate on a beer we had 10 for 15 beers at the table that we both liked and/or liked or had some quality and as we drank these beers I would explain to him and I don't necessarily speak beer terminology but I'm a good connoisseur. when drinking beer and i would explain it ok this is hitting me i admit i like it a bit more mid palate some of them hit you too front or some linger too long some are better and i would explain the way each beer affected me. or where it resonated with me in my taste buds and I was so proud to be there in Tampa at their raw meeting and I had a good buzz and I was proud to be drinking my damn beer after all these years of drinking everyone else's gift No i want to do this for the people for season nine more for the sa les pitch never heard one we have to do it we have you we are in this together we are in this duvall jesus you should have been a wrestling promoter i would love to do that oh my fucking nose is sniffling i even have it near my mouth yeah isaac oh man i learned it i will have i have shown my rage here someone just bites his leg no but you know what i wouldn't ask you something for sure i'm kidding i'm right here time on my heart , TRUE? mm-hmm, ever somebody come anytime, heart rate, they're first, yeah I got a 90 Seasons deep mattress, I'm Rudy, some people call me, I like it. saying unique sounds better so one of my favorite things about listening to the Steve Austin show is listening to you and other wrestlers talk business and trade war stories from your years in the business and I've come to realize that the wrestling slang is the best kind of slang what does color mean what does cheap mean cheap is if you and me work imagine im the bad guy and i would have spent on you but thats cheap because anyone could have done that.
What do you mean when you say call the high points? Saying a high point is that you know that now we need a little movement. We need to do something to get an answer. I know headlock you're going to shoot me you're going to take the tackle I'm going to run ropes you're going to fall I'm going to jump on you and then you're going to hip me on the way back so high the point is movement within the match what's the i get a receipt it's i'll give you a big story if you put something too strong then the other person has to send you get this while they get settled sit down a long time ago i was working big bossman trailer ray ray travels about six six three hundred pounds he was a farmer you know prison guard and that was his trick the big boss man and Ray hit me with about six left's you know and referee Earl Hebner was sitting there look and he's got this kind of shit-eating grin on his face it's a Kind of smirking because he knows I'll only take a few more so I finally decided I'd had enough so I picked up Ray and they put me up six six about 300 weird pounds.
I sent him to the ropes and told him to say watch out. a clothesline, so when I tell the guy to look at the clothesline normally, he's going to hit a guy right here, he doesn't hit him in an Adam's apple, he just wants to hit him here with enough force so that through his shaft a point pivot he can take his punch and land on his back here comes lightning six six well i decided you know this was a receipt. I'm not going to give you a clothesline. I'd say I hit him right between the eyes in my form with everything he had and Big Ray went down and he's on his hands and knees and those hands are on his knees and he's almost as tall as me and but he looked upwards. i like this and there is almost like a saturday morning cartoon where the stars turn like a head like s and he has modeled his face because he knew he was up and doing well and was recognized by the fact that i gave him a receipt and it didn't fuck me up for the rest of the night ok hold on fucking heart rates around 130 I'm still in a safe zone I should have used my heart rate monitor tell me about this this is the pucker chocolate plague but pepper company look, you need to know all that right?
I did tell me what's going to happen tomorrow okay I was trying to give him a receipt story and that jerk was kicking my ass. I gave you a defeat. I tell that story in a much better way, but my mouth was on fire so I didn't make it. that's great, it's milk. my friend, at this point, most french people drink milk for the worker, is this going to be hot or not at all? I hate him so much, well now you're such a liar. I would not lie to you. I'd be an idiot if I lied. for you in this situation, but it is that you are going to aggravate the fact that I have a residue in this building, I think that we have already passed the point of no return you know that it is as if we had been drenched in a shower who cares if it rains you're so full of it's amazing I'll buy it I'll go with you I know I shouldn't, but I will.
I'm not. I'm not a good person. He could have fooled me. You are doing it very well. very convincing I love doing business Mike when he went down and Vince McMahon introduced him a long time ago in the middle of the ring and he was going to referee the match between Shawn Michaels at Russell 814 and I went down and got in his my face he flipped him over and he gave me he pushed and i tried to get back at him and i was trying as we would say to get back into wrestling go shoot back to get back at him of course i wanted to get back at him but it had to look real and it was but when he pushed me , all these hundred dollar bills flew out of his suit.
If you go back to YouTube, check it out. and you'll see all his handlers down on their knees picking up hundred dollar bills and me kicking and clawing at the Brisco massacre all the guys are holding me back but he works with Mike Tyson because there's a big fan of the business and a historian of the business and actually he probably knew more about the history of the business and a lot of guys that were behind the scenes could just him alone as a person. we call it the last touch because it's tradition around here to put a little more on the last wing you don't have to if you don't want to follow the path just throw it to me so I can eat its pus or swing down with you sorry son of a tell me what I'm about to help us well death has described me tell me what am I about to get myself into in Grim Reaper here it is I'm saying I think you're gone you know we're nearing the top you know about this mountain of spices that It was clim together, yeah, and I don't see a drop of sweat on you, you know I've looked across this table for so many crazy things, from people spinning to spitting in buckets, pouring milk up their noses, throwing water on his head and you were just calm, cool and collected telling amazing wrestling stories and beating chicken.
It's absolutely a sight to behold and it's a lovely transition to this last question, okay? What's first? We party there. Sure, sure, Steve, okay, Stone Cold, Steve Austin, here we are at the end of our tag team fight against the wings of death, but before we make one more finishing move before they ring the bell, I know you'll you are very proud your ability to do a promo and for good reason you're one of the best to ever do it and then Austin 3:16 is still a household catchphrase some 25 years later so with that in mind I'm curious what your message. to the people out there including some on your old team who thought you'd get suplexes today for the wings of death i see gordon ramsay i see shaq and those guys were sweating bullets and cussing and raising all kinds of hell so for Me being able to improvise this no pun intended.
I intended to have a wonderful sitting down conversation with you, who obviously does a lot of research, it was one of the defining moments of my entire life. Wow, well I'm honored, beer Chris, here's to season nine and you. Stone Cold Steve Austin thank you for having me on your show and congratulations to the seasons I hope I can be a man out of Steve Austin well now you know what Steve there's nothing left to do but roll out the red carpet for you my friend , this camera, this camera, this camera lets people know what's going on in your life, hello everyone, I'm Stone Cold Steve Austin, I'm sitting here with Sean.
I just finished making the season finale of Hot Woods and had a lot of fun doing it. I have a podcast that they drop twice a week k on podcast wood and itunes and all the major podcast platforms out there. I also have a cool beer called Steve Austin's Broken Skull APA and right now on August 12th it was Steve Austin's season premiere. My show on the USA Network is every Monday night after Monday Night Raw and I hope you guys tune into your DVRs because I love doing this show. I would love to be able to be as successful as you guys and get more than 9 seasons.
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