Arguably the biggest star in professional wrestling history, Steve Austin at times seemed like just another guy when he first entered the World Wrestling Federation in 1995 as "The Ringmaster." Hardcore wrestling fans already knew him as a gifted wrestler from his days in WCW and ECW as "Stunning" Steve Austin, but very little was done early on in the WWF to set him apart from the rest of the roster when he debuted with the "Million Dollar Man" Ted DiBiase serving as his manager. That would all change with one famous promo in Milwaukee, Wisconsin in June 1996: the night Austin 3:16 was born. Austin took the wrestling business to heights it had never been to as the torch bearer of the late 1990s Attitude Era, and it was during this time that Austin himself experienced success that he himself could have never envisioned possible. Just a few years earlier, Eric Bischoff had released him from WCW because, Bischoff said, he couldn't market a guy in black boots and black trunks. Now that time period seemed like a distant memory as Austin embarked on memorable feuds with Bret Hart, The Rock, and Mick Foley. Today we look back at the top ten matches from one of the most legendary careers in wrestling history.