Stone Cold Steve Austin Traded His Kawasaki for Neon Clocks

Published 01/11/2022, 10:30 AM EST


Stone Cold Steve Austin is no ordinary guy. He is a living legend in the world of professional wrestling. Throughout his career, he entertained the fans through endless interesting segments and impressive in-ring performances.

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Undoubtedly, he is one of the most loved personalities in WWE. Also going by the records, Austin won numerous championships.

However, the Texas Rattlesnake is also fond of something outside professional wrestling. Recently during an episode of The Steve Austin Show podcast, the WWE legend revealed talked about his passion for neon clocks.

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Stone Cold Steve Austin mentioned that when he moved back to Texas after he got fired from WCW, he got into collecting neon clocks.

Austin further said, “I met a guy in Burbank named Rick Maverick. I go to Rick’s house one time and he’s got really cool atomic bomb neon sign. And I told him, ‘Dude, where did you get that neon sign?’”

The Texas Rattlesnake revealed Rick Maverick told him he got it from his friend Curtis, who works on clocks and does stuff like that. Later, when he met Curtis, the WWE legend found they had a lot in common.

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Steve Austin revealed how he traded a motorcycle for neon clocks

During the episode, Austin further added how he first bought a KLR 650 Kawasaki from Curtis and then traded it back to Curtis for neon clocks and cash.

The WWE legend added, “Keep that motorcycle for about a year and a half. I only put about 50 miles on it and ultimately traded it back to Curtis for a couple of neon clocks and a little bit of cash.”

Later on, the WWE Hall of Famer mentioned that he watched Curtis make many neon clocks and even asked Curtis to teach him how to make neon clocks.

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Austin has not appeared in WWE for a long time. But according to WrestleVotes and different sources, there have been reports of WWE being very much interested in making Austin a part of WrestleMania 38.

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Though it won’t be in a wrestling role, it will still be a treat for the WWE Universe to watch the Texas Rattlesnake in WWE. Do you want to see Stone Cold Steve Austin at WrestleMania 38?

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Shouvik Nath

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Shouvik Nath is a WWE and AEW author at EssentiallySports. Having completed his graduation from St.Xavier’s College, Shouvik wished to follow his passion for pro wrestling.

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