Steve Austin Biography
(One of the Greatest Professional Wrestlers of All Time)
Birthday: December 18, 1964 (Sagittarius)
Born In: Victoria, Texas, United States
Steven James Williams, better known as “Stone Cold” Steve Austin, is one of the most popular American wrestlers of all time. Austin, who is also an actor and a TV host, has now retired from the world of wrestling. However, during his stint with the wrestling world, he held 19 championships, including six ‘World Wrestling Federation (WWF) Championships,’ two ‘Intercontinental Championships,’ four ‘WWF Tag Team Championships,’ two ‘World Championship Wrestling (WCW) United States Heavyweight Championships,’ and two ‘WCW World Television Championships.’ He started his wrestling career with the ‘WCW’ in 1991, and was soon signed by the ‘WWF,’ now ‘World Wrestling Entertainment’ (WWE. He gained mainstream popularity when he became the poster boy of ‘WWE’ in the 1990s. His beer-drinking, authority-defying anti-hero image earned him a lot of popularity all over the world. He is still known as “The Texas Rattlesnake,” whose signature move, the “Stone Cold Stunner,” always made his audience gasp in amazement. Austin was at the peak of his career when a series of injuries forced him to retire in 2003. As an actor, he has been part of films such as ‘The Condemned’ (2007) and ‘The Expendables’ (2010).