‘Stone Cold’ Steve Austin documentary by The Last Dance producers set to made

With reports that Stone Cold Steve Austin’s life is set for an upcoming documentary, somebody ‘give me a HELL YEAH!’ 

That’s the bottom line provided by Lilian Garcia anyway.

On the Chris Van Vliet Show, the former WWE ring announcer revealed all, saying that some highly-acclaimed documentary filmmakers are going to release their own feature on The Texas Rattlesnake.

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She said: “The WWE contacted me and they said the producers from The Last Dance are going to reach out to you. They want you in their documentary.

“It’s crazy because when I got the message I was literally just watching The Last Dance documentary.

I said: “Jake, I’m literally watching your documentary right now, this is amazing.”

“I come to find out that they want to do a documentary for Stone Cold Steve Austin and it’s coming out next year.”

The rumour sent social media into meltdown at the prospect. 

The Last Dance was a miniseries about the career of Michael Jordan and his time at the Chicago Bulls, with particular onus on his final season.

The show had a huge impact and even won a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Documentary or Nonfiction Series, at the 72nd Primetime Emmy Awards.

Obviously these filmmakers know what they’re doing. We just hope the rumours about the upcoming 3:16 feature are true. 


It comes at a time where news was announced that Austin will have a new book coming out in 2021. 

The ECW Press is said it’s releasing ‘Austin 3:16: 316 Facts & Stories about Stone Cold Steve Austin’ by Michael McAvennie, another insight into the world of the 55-year-old.

Recently, Austin hit back at a disgruntled fan on Instagram.

The former wrestler took a picture of himself wearing a mask in his car, but a supporter took exception to his wrestling hero covering his face during the pandemic, blasting him as a ‘communist’ and saying it went against his ‘rebel’ nature. 

Austin responded brilliantly, providing three simple words to put the anti-masker in his place.

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Never change, Austin. Never change.

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