Stone Cold Steve Austin will go down in history as one of the greatest WWE Superstars of all time. The Attitude Era poster boy lost touch with fitness over the years, however, Austin has been hitting the gym regularly and following strict regime nowadays to get back in shape as WrestleMania 39 approaches.

The Texas Rattlesnake came back to wrestle his first match after 19 years at WrestleMania 38. Stone Cold Steve Austin battled Kevin Owens in the main event of Night 1 of the show and picked up a hard-fought victory, displaying that ‘he still got it.’ This prompted a belief that Austin might be willing to return for more matches.

Stone Cold Steve Austin has been consistent with his workout for the past few months. He recently dropped a video on Instagram working out in a hotel gym and looking jacked as the biggest event in sports entertainment, WrestleMania, being only three months away.

“Morning hotel arm workout.
I walk at a slow clip on treadmill between sets just for the steps.
Got it done in an hour. Borrowed a tricep movement from @realmattwenning page and bicep movement from @athleanx page.


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“Stone Cold” Steve Austin once clarified that he was training to get back in shape, as he was tired of looking overweight. However, with WrestleMania 39 approaching, it could be a possibility that Austin’s newfound fitness prompts him to lace up his boots once again for a showdown with a top WWE Superstar. Only time will tell if he laces up his boots for another WrestleMania, but the Texas Rattlesnake looks ready.

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