Luke Combs Announces Appearance on Season Two of ‘Stone Cold’ Steve Austin’s Show

by Kayla Zadel
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Luke Combs stays a busy man. Just this year he’s released a new album “This One’s For You” and accepted several awards.

Now he’s trying his hand in the reality-show world as a guest star. Combs just announced on Twitter that he will be joining Hall of Fame WWE wrestler “Stone Cold” Steve Austin on his reality TV series titled “Straight Up Steve Austin.”

“Excited to announce I’ll be on season 2 of @SteveAustin_USA with @steveaustinBSR! The season begins January 11 on @USA_Network. #StraightUpSteveAustin,” the caption reads.

The video starts with Austin saying, “Jump in because me and my guests are gonna raise more hell than ever before.” Then about three-quarters of the way through the video, Combs can be seen crushing two beer cans.

Furthermore, we all know that Luke Combs loves beer. One of his songs “Beer Never Broke My Heart” even talks about how the adult libation never left him hanging. It only seems natural that Austin would include some sort of beer drinking contest for the two to partake in.

Season two of “Straight Up Steve Austin” is starting January 11 on the USA Network.

What is Luke Combs Getting Himself Into?

Maybe it’s the first time that you’ve heard of this reality show. Maybe you’re wondering more about it and what exactly Luke Combs is going to be getting himself into. As a matter of fact, we were too.

According to the synopsis on the USA Network, the show is an interview-based series with the WWE legend. Austin gets his friends in exciting surroundings and they swap stories. However, while they’re exchanging tales from their heydays, the stars are put in “custom-tailored adventures in different cities across America.”

Furthermore, season two will also feature interviews with Charlotte Flair, Brett Favre, Ice-T, Bert Kreischer, Steve-O-, Tiffany Haddish, and Joel McHale.

While our research didn’t yield exactly what Luke Combs and Steve Austin will be doing, the adventure looks like it involves “some old-fashioned American fun” and especially beer.

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