“Stunning” Steve Austin Vs Ricky Steamboat WCW

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“Stunning” Steve Austin Vs Ricky Steamboat WCW Saturday Night August 1st, 1992.
This match considered by many to be On Austin’s top 50 matches and his top ten when it comes to his WCW run. This is not not my opinion, as I have never made such a list.In this match, Austin is managed by Paul E. Dangerously, now known as WWE’s Paul Heyman which is his shoot name. “Stunning” Steve Austin at this time was the WCW Television champion as Steamboat was the number 1 contender. This feud would be revisited in 1994 right before Austin left the WCW due to an Injury. Leave us a comment and let us here at betwrestling.com what you think of this match and the style and pace and how you feel it differentiates from his WWF run. This Video was broken into two parts and if we can not find the 2nd video, we will have it available on this page or we will create the part 2 page.- BR3

Steve Austin WCW TV Title champion

Steve Austin WCW TV Title champion

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Lifelong wrestling fan who broke into the business at age 14 and had his first Pro Wrestling match VS Trent Acid on May 19th, 1995. He went on to be put over for over 29 titles in an injury shortened career. He made his WWF tv debut in July of 2000, but said in interviews that he didn't like the spirit of how the business was presented; especially colleagues walking on eggshells. He has been highly influential as he has been known as Billy "The Highlight" Reel, and had an online skermish disputing the practices of WWE's writing team. Weeks later after Billy got his logo tattoed on his right arm, WWE spitefully gave Jericho a talk-show named "The Highlight Reel" Even though Imatation is the most sincere form of flattery, and Billy didn't want to come off like a cry-baby by suing the WWE for Intellectual Property violations. However as WWE has been consistently talked about the prior non-existent "Gambling or Betting on Pro-Wrestling", Reil just may very well take WWE to court. In the meantime, Reil is the co-founder of www.betwrestling.com and loves to use his talent to entertain and inform the fans.

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