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Has Stone Cold Steve Austin Retired?

The WrestleMania 32 was a colorful event, no doubt whatsoever. Several highlights were made and one of these highlights was that of the appearance of Stone Cold, Shawn Michaels and Michael Pickford.

The entrance of these legends just mentioned was at the end of the match between The New Day and the League of Nations. It was a fulfilled day and a day to lay memory of as lots of things were done both on stage and out of stage.

Stone Cold sustained a shoulder injury during a match with Rusev, but that did not made him feel bad at all. Talked about the WrestleMania as being his last match while welcoming some sets of persons to the show, he said; “It was good to go down there [to Dallas, TX for WrestleMania 32]. The situation could have been a little cooler. It was fun to do business with those guys, but the crowd was outstanding. I hope everybody had a good time.

I don’t know when the next time I’ll ever hit a WWE ring will ever be again. That might have been the last time. And I wanted to be there in Dallas, TX at [WrestleMania] 32. Minor capacity because I never announced my retirement, but I kind of consider myself retired. So to go out in front of 97,000 or 101,000 people, however many [WWE] said that it was, that’s the city I started my [professional] wrestling career in, wrestling at the world famous Sportatorium, so it was a great time.”

Stone Cold did not officially retired but from his words we think he is gone off from the company.