Stone Cold Steve Austin: "The best Zelda ever is..."

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Stone Cold Steve Austin: "The best Zelda ever is..."

Stone Cold Steve Austin is a huge fan of the Legend of Zelda. The Legend of Zelda reached the peak of its success with Breath of the Wild, the saga's first open world gameplay. Steve Austin, on social media, asked a series of questions that his colleague Cody Rhodes had to answer in 30 seconds.

One of the questions was, "Best chapter of Zelda?" Cody replied: "Ocarina of Time, no doubt about it." Stone Cold retorted: "No, man, it's Breath of the Wild!" "Oh, that's a bold choice," Rhodes commented. Austin concluded: "A bold choice!" Stone Cold Steve Austin, thanks also to the can of beer he used to drain in the ring, was one of the federation's most loved characters.

He has won it all and is still hugely successful, as seen at Wrestlemania 38.

Steve Austin's career

Steve is considered to be one of the greatest legends in WWE history. He also fought for the other two major US federations, World Championship Wrestling and Extreme Championship Wrestling, where he was known as Stunning Steve Austin.

He was the face of WWF for four years, as well as the iconic character of the Attitude Era. He reached peak popularity in the late 1990s as the gimmick of an irreverent beer-drinking anti-hero who routinely challenged the domineering federation boss Vince McMahon.

Speaking of his power to attract audiences, McMahon and Jim Ross have named Austin as the most profitable wrestler in the history of the federation, so much so that, in 1999 alone, he managed to bring over $ 15 million into WWF's coffers alone with the sale.

of his shirts. He has won nineteen titles over the course of his career including six times the WWF Championship, twice the Intercontinental Championship and four times the WWF Tag Team Championship, becoming the fifth wrestler to carry the Triple Crown.

He was also the winner of the 1996 edition of the King of the Ring, as well as the winner of the 1997, 1998 and 2001 editions of the Royal Rumble, establishing the record for victories.