The Undertaker To Be the First Guest On Steve Austin’s New WWE Network Show

WWE is producing another program that will be hosted by WWE Hall of Famer Steve Austin.

WWE had Variety publish an article on Monday afternoon announcing that Austin is returning to the WWE Network with a brand new interview series.

“’Stone Cold’ Steve Austin: The Broken Skull Sessions” is slated to premiere on Sunday, Nov. 24 at approximately 10:30 p.m. ET after the WWE pay-per-view Survivor Series pay-per-view event.

According to the article, the premiere episode will feature a rare long-form interview with The Undertaker.

Austin was quoted by stating that this interview will be special because The Undertaker stays in character all this time and makes few appearances on talk shows.

“I think he was enthusiastic because he has been quiet for so long so now he has the chance to share some stories like everyone else has. He’s had one of the most high-profile careers and, back in his heyday, had some of the most outlandish stories from the road. We had a great time shooting the breeze.”

Austin previously hosted a podcast show that aired on WWE’s streaming service, WWE Network, where WWE would air the show live from backstage at RAW TV events.

The first show featured appearances by the likes of Vince McMahon, Triple H, Dean Ambrose, Paige, AJ Styles, Mick Foley, The Big Show, and Brock Lesnar. The “Stone Cold Podcast” aired from 2014 – 2016.

Austin noted that “The Broken Skull Sessions” will offer something different compared to his previous show.

This report was written by Andrew Ravens and was taken from



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