Stone Cold Steve Austin Shares Story Of How He ‘S**t His Trunks’ In A Match Against Yokozuna
WWE legend Stone Cold Steve Austin has hilariously admitted that he once "crapped in his trunks" during a wrestling match.
The beer-swilling WWE Hall of Famer, 54, recently made an appearance on First We Feast's Hot Ones and was probed about a longstanding myth that he had soiled himself during a match.
When Austin was asked if he had crapped himself in a match with fellow Hall of Famer Yokozuna in South Africa, the 'Texas Rattlesnake' decided to come clean on it.
He admitted: "[I] had to. A lot of times when you are doing international travel and there is a dietary change, things happen. And man, Yok, he was six hundred pounds at the time.
"When he picked me up and slammed me, things happened. Something went south. And luckily I was wearing black trunks.
"And Yoko was so cool. He's no longer with us. God rest his soul.
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"I was laying there on the mat and I just crapped my trunks. I looked at him and said, 'Yok, let's go home.' Go home is wrestle-speak for let's do the finish and get out of here.
"And he's so cool, he goes, 'Okay, brah.' And we did the finish. I got beat and walked to the back and took a hell of a shower."
Austin was taking part in a hot wings challenge on the show and poked fun at himself, saying he didn't want to re-enact the incident.
"I don't want level three to be the one that makes me have a Yokozuna moment here on your show," the former WWE champ said.
"This is the season finale, but what a finish it would be!
"We got Stone Cold out here and he s**t himself."
Austin, real name Steven Anderson, made his stunning return to WWE last month for a reunion episode of Raw and lived up to his reputation by drinking plenty of beer.
And the former WWE superstar, who shot to prominence during the famed 'Attitude Era,' has also named the 'Nature Boy' Ric Flair as the best wrestler to "ever lace up a pair of boots."
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