The 1990s were an incredible time for professional wrestling. As World Championship Wrestling changed the rules of the game, the World Wrestling Federation was forced to evolve and embrace a grittier product in order to claw its way back into the Monday Night Wars. One man stood proud at the front of the resurgence, a man who would go on to become wrestling's biggest star during wrestling's most lucrative era. Stone Cold Steve Austin was the number one guy in WWF for a number of years, and as such he was the man relied upon to headline the biggest shows and generate the biggest numbers for the company. He did it with aplomb, giving us some of the most memorable moments in WrestleMania history in the process. He also did it while amassing a laundry list of injuries, and in hindsight it is incredible that he was able to perform at such a high level for so long, given his health. Even so, Austin left the squared circle with a surprisingly small number of WrestleMania matches under his belt. He performed at seven 'Manias, three of which saw him face off against his greatest rival, The Rock. But how do the matches stand up against each other? His trilogy with Rocky is wrestling's equivalent of The Godfather movies, an intricate story taking place over number of years full of emotion and intensity. Can anything stand above these matches? And did he take part in any true stinkers at the Showcase of the Immortals?