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Richard Anderson
Steve Austin will be that man Better than he was before Better… Stronger… Faster." He joined the franchise when it debuted in two TV movies in 1973: The Six Million Dollar Man: Wine, Women and War and The Six Million Dollar Man: The Solid Gold Kidnapping The series would debut in 1974, and The Bionic Woman premiered[...]
Could A Major Attitude Era Star Be Returning To WWE RAW Tonight?
This article contains potential spoilers for tonight's Monday Night RAW live event. Tonight's episode of WWE Monday Night RAW is taking place in Los Angeles at the Staples Center, and fans could be treated to a rare appearance by Attitude Era star and WWE Hall-of-Famer "Stone Cold" Steve Austin Dave Meltzer reported on his Wrestling Observer[...]
What Happens Next Now That Jinder Mahal Has Stolen The WWE Championship From Randy Orton?
Fans watching WWE Smackdown Live last night witnessed Mahal and his new accomplices, The Bollywood Boys, walk off with the title after leaving Orton lying in the ring. The No.1 Contender @JinderMahal isn't leaving empty-handed as he has TAKEN @RandyOrton's #WWEChampionship! #SDLive — WWE (@WWE) April 26, 2017 Wrestler walking up the ramp with their opponents title[...]
Stone Cold Steve Austin Confirmed For WWE 2K16 Cover
Stone Cold Steve Austin is an icon of when wrestling was "cool" It's certainly popular now, but the years he was active were when the WWE was edgier and the business was trying new things. That is what 2K are banking on clearly, as they have announced that the legend is going to adorn the box[...]
Brandon Jerwa Talks Li'l Bionic Kids And Writing All-Ages Comics
Naturally, he nailed it. I was a big Steve Austin fan from childhood, so there was no hesitation on my part. AP: Forgive me if I've missed it, but I don't recall seeing you work on this kind of book in the past Have you done all-ages stuff like this before? BJ: I have taken swipes at it[...]
James Kuhoric And The Sixth Season Of The Six Million Dollar Man
If you were born in the late sixties or early seventies then part of your pop culture education started with the line: "Steve Austin, a man barely alive Gentleman, we can rebuild him." The Six Million Dollar Man starring Lee Majors ran for five seasons from 1974 to 1978 and made it popular to run in[...]
Six Million Dollar Man Season 6 Comes To Comics 40 Years After Season 1
Steve Austin will be that man Better than he was before Better, stronger, faster – Opening narration by Oscar Goldman (Richard Anderson) Today those same words may be being said by Dynamite Entertainment's Nick Barrucci as they announce a new comic series based on the television classic just in time for the shows 40th anniversary[...]