Nearly two decades after retiring from in-ring action, WWE Hall of Famer "Stone Cold" Steve Austin stunned fans with his spectacular two-day performance at WrestleMania 38 last year. Now, fans can't stop begging for more and it appears the WWE, and Stone Cold, are more than happy to deliver.
Shortly after rumors that Stone Cold is close to being a sure thing for WrestleMania 39, Fightful Select is claiming that the WWE has given the Texas Rattlesnake a "huge money offer" to face off against the WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns in a "major match".
But, the report adds that it isn't sure if Austin has already accepted the offer, which, as per WrestlingNews, is bigger than the offer he received last year over the summer.
At 58 years old, Stone Cold's prime wrestling days are behind him, but that doesn't mean he hasn't kept himself in shape. His workout videos are one of the biggest reasons why fans will never stop believing he's still got what it takes to wrestle, especially at WrestleMania.
However, as much as we'd love to see Stone Cold take on Roman Reigns, the honor of dethroning the Tribal Chief belongs to someone who competes regularly, specifically, Cody Rhodes.
Reigns' run will be over 950 days by WrestleMania 39, which gives him the longest world championship title reign since the 1980s. This is all assuming the WWE doesn't have other plans until then. For now, all we can do is enjoy the show, which fans have been loving so far despite all the turmoil going on behind the scenes.