WWE Hall of Famer “Stone Cold” Steve Austin as of late talked about his choice to resign, referring to it as “perhaps of the hardest thing I’ve at any point needed to do.”
Austin as of late talked with Bill Apter from Sportskeeda to examine the neck injury he experienced in 1997 and how it constrained him to turn out to be all the more a brawler in the ring.
On his choice to resign: “Trust me, resigning at 38 was the hardest, quite possibly of the hardest thing I’ve at any point needed to do, leave the business that I love to such an extent. This is something that I love more than anything in my life,” said Steve Austin. “I have my family, and obviously, they are exceptionally near me, however proficient wrestling, you need to call it Sports Entertainment, it’s no different either way to me. This is one of my greatest, if not the greatest, interests of my life. So it was exceptionally difficult for me to leave at 38 years old.”
On changing his wrestling style after his neck injury in 1997: “Who knows regarding what I would have done had all the other things played out something very similar as for the advancement of the person. In any case, you know, things en route, getting dropped my head constrained me to transform into a brawler however god, in the event that I might have had that sort of rawness and you know, that sort of wellbeing that I had in my childhood. The run would have endured significantly longer.”