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Stone Cold

You scored a 90 ! (out of 100)

The Texas Rattlesnake. The Bionic Redneck. Stone Cold Steve Austin. It took him 13 years to finally catch a break equal to his talent, but once he scaled the mountain, he established himself as the biggest star of his generation. Steve Williams started his career wrestling in the USWA, but had to change his name because there was already an established star with that name. Later on in WCW, as "Stunning" Steve Austin, he held many lower tier titles, but never got a sniff at the Big Gold. After being fired over the phone, he had a stint in ECW as "Superstar" Steve Austin, where he honed the character that he was about to portray. After arriving in WWF as "The Ringmaster" with Ted DiBiase as his manager and a feud with Savio Vega, he began the final metamorphosis into Stone Cold Steve Austin. After winning the 1996 King of the Ring, and cutting a promo on Jake The Snake Roberts in which he said "Austin 3:16 says I just kicked your ass", the groundswell began. Austin 3:16 shirts became WWF's #1 selling merchandise, as Austin feuded with Brian Pillman. After Owen Hart botched a piledriver and almost paralyzed Austin, he had neck surgery. Upon his return, he feuded with Bret Hart in a literal battle over the direction of the industry. Austin and Hart had one of the greatest matches of all time at Wrestlemania 13, and next year at Wrestlemania 14, Austin won the World Title from Shawn Michaels in a match where Mike Tyson was the guest referee. Austin's epic feud with WWF boss Vince McMahon not only kicked off what is now known as the Attitude Era of wrestling, but put WWF back in the lead against rival organization WCW for good. During Austin's time atop the WWE, he generated more money for the federation than any other superstar ever, including Hulk Hogan. Although he still makes appearances from time to time, his last match remains his Wrestlemania 19 sendoff vs. The Rock. Crack open a Steveweiser and give me a Hell Yeah! Thanks for taking my test! Here are some others that I've written: http://www.okcupid.com/tests/7161412812057550461/Sequel:-Old-School-Hip-Hop-2 http://www.okcupid.com/tests/1740510749171469007/How-Old-School-Are-You

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