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Stone Cold Steve Austin Filling Vince McMahon's Car With Cement Was Attitude Era At It's Best

Mikey Traynor
By Mikey Traynor
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For those of us who long for the days when Saturday mornings were reserved for 'Smackdown!' with your breakfast cereal, current WWE superstars just don't have the same appeal that legends such as Stone Cold, The Rock, and Scotty 2 Hotty (just me? Ok...) had back in the glory days.

The attitude era is seen by the vast majority as the peak of professional wrestling, as with so many incredible talents running riot on PPVs and weekly shows such as Monday Night Raw and Smackdown, memorable moments were created week after week.

While it may be tougher to pay attention and keep up now that we have grown up and, for many, moved on from wrestling, we still have one way to keep in touch with our inner child and enjoy a bit of "sports entertainment" via our heroes social media pages.

Stone Cold's Facebook page is a shining example, as just this week reminded us of how good we had it by uploading the amazing scene where he filled Vince McMahon's car with cement, or, thanks to the iconic Jim Ross "SEE-MENT"...


The nostalgia is so strong.

The faces on Vince as he watches, powerless, are just sensational, and the timing of his cry of "My corvette!" co-inciding with JR saying "His corvette!" was truly beautiful.


Sadly, if you follow Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson on Facebook he doesn't seem as fond of putting up these clips, and that's understandalbe considering how much else he has going on, but Stone Cold knows what his followers really want.

Gimme a 'Hell Yeah!'

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