Steve Austin became a household name during the Attitude Era and he made millions of dollars in the process. Fame and fortune can sometimes change someone, but that wasn’t the case for Steve Austin.

Missy Hyatt saw the Steve Austin documentary on A&E and she had to comment about her personal relationship with the Texas Rattlesnake. She said that despite his level of fame, Austin never forgot who he was.

Watching the @steveaustinBSR a & e documentary. I seen many people on the indys that were nice to me.the second they got a taste of the big time, they would blow me off if we ran into each other. Steve was always super cool with me from his 1st wcw appearance.

Steve Austin saw this tweet and he responded with: “Hell, Missy, I was a long time fan from your Mid South days. Some great storylines over there. Loved, loved the ‘loaded’ Gucci bag.. Good times.”

Austin influenced a lot of people along the way throughout his pro wrestling journey. We’ll have to see what the rest of those A&E WWE documentaries bring next, but the Austin episode certainly brought back some good memories.

Felix Upton

Felix Upton has been writing professionally since 1989. His first writing job was penning advertisements for local newspapers around New York. After selling his grandfather’s pinball repair shop back in 2017, he was hired on for publish news for Ringside News.

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