At WrestleMania 38 Night One, WWE Hall Of Famer appeared as a special guest on The KO Show hosted by Kevin Owens and that led to No Holds Barred match both of them. It was also the main event of the WrestleMania, in which Stone Cold defeated Kevin Owens with a stunner in 20-minute hard-hitting match.

“After nearly 20 years away from the ring, ‘Stone Cold’ Steve Austin made his triumphant #WWE return this weekend at #WrestleMania — and it was a moment that will be remembered for a long time to come.” – @RyanSatin

— WWE on FOX (@WWEonFOX) April 3, 2022

With his huge win, Steve Austin broke an impressive WrestleMania record that was previously held by none other than WWE Champion Brock Lesnar. The Rattlesnake Stone Cold now holds the longest amount of time between two WrestleMania main events.
Steve Austin’s last WrestleMania main event was way back in 2001, at WrestleMania 17, in which he defeated The Rock in a WWE title match, and joined forces with Vince McMahon immediately after. Now, after 21 long years, Austin headlined WrestleMania again, defeating Kevin Owens in main event.
Brock Lesnar main evented WrestleMania 19 in 2003, against Kurt Angle, in which Lesnar defeated Angle to win his second WWE title. After 12 years, Brock Lesnar main evented WrestleMania 31 against Roman Reigns, in a world title match. That match later turned into a triple threat, when Seth Rollins cashed in his Money In The Bank briefcase midway.

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