Steve Austin looks back at WrestleMania trilogy vs. The Rock, previews WM 36 | WWE on ESPN

As sport continues it’s hiatus, ESPN looked back at some WWE action from the classic era, with Stone Cold Steve Austin reminiscing about his trilogy with The Rock back in the old days of WrestleMania.

“Stone Cold” Steve Austin joins Peter Rosenberg to preview WrestleMania 36, including Edge taking on Randy Orton. Austin looks back at his WrestleMania trilogy vs. Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and describes what it was like to work with Vince McMahon in the ring.

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