On RAW is WAR, Stone Cold Steve Austin drives to ringside in a Coors Light truck and sprays Vince McMahon, The Rock & the rest of the Corporation with beer
1993 – Brian Pillman and Steve Austin, The Hollywood Blondes, capture the World tag team titles when they defeat Shane Douglas and Ricky Steamboat
At a Monday Night RAW taping, Steve Austin unleashes a series of Stone Cold Stunners, going wild and attacking several of his potential opponents in the Royal Rumble match later that month
At Vengeance, Chris Jericho defeats The Rock and then Steve Austin to unify the WCW & WWF titles and become the first Undisputed Champion
Watch Stone Cold and The People’s Champion have their first pay-per-view singles encounter, an Intercontinental title match at “In Your House: D-Generation X”
Nature Boy Ric Flair, in his first appearance on WWF television since 1993, debuts on Monday Night RAW with a big surprise for Vince McMahon
Steve Austin defeats Kurt Angle to win his sixth, and final, WWE Championship
Stone Cold drives the massive machine to ringside, taking out Mr. McMahon and a few light fixtures along the way.
At WCW Fall Brawl, Ricky Steamboat’s back injury forces him to forfeit the US title and step away from the ring
At SummerSlam, Mankind beats Stone Cold Steve Austin & Triple H to win the WWF Championship, with then-Minnesota Governor Jesse Ventura as the special referee
Stone Cold Steve Austin defeats Owen Hart to win the WWF Intercontinental Championship, despite suffering a broken neck during the match.
Steve Austin drops a line after winning the King of the Ring that would lay the groundwork on a path to superstardom
1994 – Stunning Steve is joined by The Ravishing One and The Tennessee Stud, as they talk about battling Brian Pillman and Sting
Clash of the Champions XXIII – with Eric Bischoff as Executive Producer – features Ric Flair & Arn Anderson vs. The Hollywood Blonds, 2-out-of-3 falls.
1999 – The World Wrestling Federation rolls the dice on a premium Super Bowl ad that explains their new ‘Attitude’ to the mainstream audience