Tag Archive: Cold Steve Austin

  1. WWE 2K14 “30 Years of WrestleMania” mode matches revealed

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    Ricky Steamboat enters to face “Macho Man” Randy Savage at WrestleMania III in “30 Years of WrestleMania” mode

    2K Games has posted the entire list of 45 matches in the new “30 Years of WrestleMania” mode for WWE 2K14 on their website.  The full list is below, but be sure to check out the listing on 2K’s site for screenshots of each match!


  2. The War On.. 2K, Not Two Thousand And Why Society These Days Is Completely Destroyed


    What’s this? WWE made another video game? Does it look like the last one? Well.. yeah, probably. You know, slight tweaks and the shizz, but it’s bascially the same thing. However, instead of arenas from the ‘Attitude Era’, WWE 2K14 is based around WrestleMania, as 2014 will celebrate WrestleMania 30, with 29 WrestleMania arenas that apparently look ‘exactly’ like their real-life counterpart.

    Does that mean when Triple H comes out in the WrestleMania 21 arena, Lemmy will forget the words to his theme music?


    I mean.. at least he somewhat remembered the words four years earlier at WrestleMania X-Seven..


    Cue The Intro..


  3. WrestleMania 21: WrestleMania Goes Hollywood!

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    WrestleMania week is in full swing here at BoredWrestlingFan.com, and this is part two of an eight part series.  Throughout this week I will relive the past 8 WrestleMania events, starting with WrestleMania XX (which was posted yesterday) and continuing through WrestleMania XXVII (which will be posted on Sunday).  So we’re heading to the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California as WrestleMania Goes Hollywood in it’s 21st edition!


  4. BWF Radio 10: Pintnoir and G form the Wolfpack

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    It’s Sunday, and you know that means it’s time for another installment of Bored Wrestling Fan Radio. This week was a little different than our regular format. ThinkSoJoE was kidnapped, and duct-taped to a chair by Stone Cold Steve Austin, J.T. tore his quad walking across the ring, and DrowGoddess turned face in Toronto facing the Rock. Since Vince McMahon never bothered to ressurect the Wolfpack, Pintnoir and myself did one better. We made the show happen. I’m not sure which of us is Sting or Scott Steiner, but I assure you, neither of us are Buff Bagwell.

    This week we discussed the results of the Royal Rumble, RAW, Impact Wrestling, and Smackdown. We took time to focus on the little things while going through the results, addressing some issues that have bothered or pleased us during the week.

    Download BWF Radio 10 here.


    See, even when things are not planned, even YOU can record a podcast. Therefore:

  5. Random Randomness

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    Well since this will be the final Random Randomness of 2011, I figured I’d end it off with a stunner er I mean bang.  This week I’m gonna do something I’ve always wanted to do and take a look at some of Stone Cold Steve Austin’s movie and tell you whether you should watch them or not.  Now, I’m only gonna focus one the ones that he was the major star in, so I don’t want to hear any complaining that I left out “The Expendables” or any other movie that he was a co star in.  Since there is one or two out there I haven’t seen yet, I won’t be talking about those either. So without further ado, lets get this show on the road:

    1.  The Condemned (2007)-  His “first” starring role, he plays a convict who is forced to fight other convicts to death as part of an illegal game broadcast to the public.  We all mostly know this one since it’s a WWE Films product that was crammed down out throats until it tanked at the box office.  And hey I don’t blame it I payed to see it in the theater and was throughly disappointed with it.  It kept having that feeling that it was missing something.  Well my opinion is that if you haven’t seen it, don’t waste your time, it’s not even on netflix and I don’t recommend paying money for it.

    2.  Damage (2009)- He plays a prisoner just released from prison who ends up working in the illegal underground fighting world fighting MMA style in order to help the daughter of the person he killed in self-defense.  This isn’t a WWE Films release and was straight to DVD.  I actually liked this movie and is probably the best of all that I’ve seen, so check it out if you can.  I found it in the $5 DVD section at Walmart.

    3.  Knockout (2011)- He plays a janitor (who was a former boxer) in a high school who stands up for a new kid who gets bullied but the “popular kid who is the school star athlete” type.  The kid tries out for the boxing team which ironically the bully is also on, is unsuccessful, Austin trains him on his own, he challenges the bully to a match where if he wins he’s on the team, bully wins but shows respect to the kid, they shake hands, kid makes team anyway, we all live happily ever after the end.  Yeah this movie was pretty predictable, I almost shut it off several times.  This isn’t a WWE Films release, but it should since it fits their anti bullying campaign.  I don’t recommend this movie hence why I told you the whole plot.  But if you must netflix it.

    4.  Hunt To Kill (2010)-  Here Austin plays a Border Patrol Officer who gets kidnapped, along with his daughter, by a bunch of thieves and is made to go after another thief who betrayed them and is in the woods.  Yeah I know the plot sounds kinda confusing, but trust me it isn’t.  This one was really good in my opinion and probably the most action packed of all the films on here so I suggest you check this one out.  It is available on DVD and netflix you can find it in both places.

    5.  The Stranger (2010)-  In this film, Austin plays a man who has lost his memory.  He spends the whole film trying to remember who he is and how he got to where he was.  What is it?  Well you just have to watch it to find out.  Not a bad film in my opinion and worth a viewing or two if you can find it.  I found it in the $7.50 section but if you wait a few weeks it’ll probably be in the $5 section soon enough.

    Well I guess 3 good ones out of 5 isn’t bad .  Well that’s all I’ve got for this week, thanks for reading and see you all next time.  Have a safe and Happy holiday season.


  6. Meditations on a CM Punk Promo


    Yeah, I know. Everybody is going to be talking about the CM Punk promo from last night. Any why shouldn’t we? I can count on my hand the number of times wrestling has gotten “real.” Montreal Screw Job was one. Bash at the Beach (Russo’s promo) was at best what we still think was one. Edge’s retirement promo was one. And last night on Raw was a real moment. Or at least we think it was.

    It was reminiscent of Paddy Chayefsky’s “Network” (which if you have never seen, is one of the best movies of ALL TIME). Another scene it reminded me of was the opening scene on the short-lived show “Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip,” which had Judd Hirsch cutting a very Punk-like promo on the state of his television show.

    Was it a work or a shoot? I still can’t decide. My Twitter timeline was filled with person after person calling this the greatest promo ever, the greatest moment in the history of Raw, CM Punk is a god, etc. Stone Cold Steve Austin called the promo one of the best he’s ever seen. My wife (who is usually asleep by 8:15 central time) was on the edge of her seat asking “What is going on?” She asked me to update her tomorrow morning. She made us go talk to my sister-in-law (who is temporarily living with us) to try to describe it to her. I LOST SLEEP thinking about this because I was so excited! Do you know the last time pro wrestling made me lose sleep?

    I’ve watched wrestling since 1996. It’s hard for me to believe that anything that happens on WWE’s television isn’t a work. First of all, if Punk grabbed the mic and they didn’t want him to talk, it would have never turned on. And if he veered off the topic, he would have been cut off the moment he mentioned the fourth wall. Random stuff DOES NOT come on the WWE’s television. Second of all, notice that when he was cut off, he was talking about Vince McMahon. Now the only question is did Vince McMahon suspend Punk or did Mr. McMahon suspend Punk? Third, they mentioned New Japan and Ring of Honor and Colt Cabana. This is not the first time Ring of Honor has been mentioned on WWE TV (Matt Hardy, anyone?). And what money is the WWE going to lose by New Japan being mentioned? Notice he didn’t say anything about TNA? (And yes, I know. He was already there once and they didn’t know what to do with him. I doubt he will be going back there.)

    Have we seen something new here? Is Triple-H (who we have heard is beginning to run things) trying something that will work? Did Trips give him the microphone and say “Shoot. I’ll cut you off when you start talking about Vince and Bullying”? For the first time in a LONG time, I am on the edge of my seat. Raw is must-see, can’t-miss. I have one million questions and reasons to turn into Raw. Whomever let this happen, I give you full credit. This is the best thing I’ve seen on Raw in a long time and possibly, ever.

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