When WWE fans hear the name "Stone Cold" Steve Austin they think of all the great things he did in his career as they should. From main eventing several WrestleManias to winning titles and becoming the biggest box office draw in the business, Austin is a guy that has done it all. His return to the company at WrestleMania for a show opening promo with Hulk Hogan and The Rock was celebrated because it was a moment where three of the biggest icons in WWE history were standing in the ring together reminiscing about the glory days. He's also somebody that, thanks to a book he wrote and a popular podcast that he's had for the last year, isn't shy about talking about any subject regarding his career or anything else in the world. Austin is a man's man that has taken some missteps along the way, but to his credit he owns up to them. It's part of the reason why he's so respected by wrestlers and fans around the world. It was definitely harder to do an article like this about Austin because not only is he one of my favorite wrestlers of all time, but a lot of his career is an open book. WWE has done more DVDs about him than anybody else in the company simply because they know he's going to sell them better than anybody else. With that said, just like everybody else in the wrestling business, there are things in Austin's career that WWE doesn't like to focus on. Nobody has had a completely flawless career with no mistakes or bad moments. Here's a look at ten things WWE wants you, the wrestling fan, to forget about the great "Stone Cold" Steve Austin.
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