“Stone Cold” Steve Austin just put a sweet $3.4 million deposit in his bank account after selling his home in Marina del Rey, Calif.
Austin, a Texas native who’s best known for his pro wrestling career in the WWE, had the 3,000-square-foot home on the market. According to a story in TMZ, features in the house include a backyard pool and hot tub. There’s also room inside the house for handling business. The office space stands out with two big barn doors leading right to it.
Another feature in the home once owned by the “Texas Rattlesnake” himself is a master bedroom with a powder room.
It’s not surprising to see Austin bank so much from his home. Speaking of the home, click this link for a look at this video about the house itself.
‘Stone Cold’ Steve Austin Finds New Pursuits Beyond Pro Wrestling
During his pro wrestling career, Austin was one of the WWE’s biggest box-office draws in company history. His in-ring career is done. Austin’s pursuits include “Straight Up Steve Austin,” where he interviews celebrities and other pro wrestlers on the USA Network.
Austin also hosts the popular “Broken Skull Sessions” podcast through a connection with WWE. Mostly, he interviews people connected right now with WWE but there was one recent exception. AEW star Chris Jericho, a former WWE wrestler, was interviewed by Austin.
It’s one of those moments where Jericho, who now wrestles for a competing company to WWE, and Austin got together for a detailed conversation.
Take a look at Austin and Jericho talk about some of their favorite moments in the WWE ring from the “Broken Skull Sessions” interview.
Austin Puts The Breaks On Any Future Film With Former WWE Star ‘The Rock’
For pro wrestling fans, there’s little doubt the rivalry between Austin and Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson remains popular.
That rivalry, though, was nearly two decades ago and Johnson has gone on to become the No. 1 box-office movie draw in the world.
Would Austin ever consider doing a movie with his former WWE in-ring competitor? He talked about that during a December 2020 appearance on “The Pat McAfee Show.”
“It is what it is,” Austin said. “I’m not looking to do that movie by the way, so that’s why. But if The Rock wanted to do that movie, all he’d have to do was say, ‘Hey dude, come up with this.’ Is it gonna happen? No. But people always ask me, and that’s why. It’s the integrity of his career, and he doesn’t need to do it. I wouldn’t press it to do it anyway.”