Austin 3:16: The Most Iconic Catchphrase of All Time | Stone Cold Steve Austin

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Happy 3:16 Day

Steve Williams was born in Austin Texas in 1964. Though he would move to Edna, Texas and spend his youth playing football, baseball, and running track. He grew up watching Houston Wrestling, and by age 7 he knew he wanted to be a professional wrestler.

“There are so many things that I’ve forgotten in my career, things I’ve done, but I’ll never ever forget the moment I changed the channel, and found professional wrestling”.

At that moment He fell in love with the business. After graduating high school in Edna, Stone Cold would go on to attend the University of North Texas, on a full scholarship to play football, after a small stint at Wharton Jr college. North Texas was 30 minutes away from Dallas. Dallas was home of the Von Erich’s, who also attended North Texas to play football, and the Fabulous Freebirds.

Every Friday and Saturday they would wrestle at the world-famous Dallas Sportatorium. Where Steve and his college teammates would spend their Friday nights. Stone Cold then figured out exactly how he would make his dreams a reality.

At the 1996 King of the Ring, he would defeat Jake “The Snake” Roberts and deliver the most iconic catchphrase in wrestling history. It would be his famous Austin 3:16 promo that would lead him to the stratosphere.

A 6-time WWE champion, and the undisputed number one wrestler of all time on everybody’s list, Steve Williams was born on December 18th, 1964, but we celebrate Stone Cold Steve Austin on 3:16.

Happy 3:16 day folks.

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