WWE legend seemingly confirms WrestleMania 32 return

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GiveMeSport brings you today's top headlines from the nonstop world of the WWE.

Our main story today revolves around Stone Cold Steve Austin, who had some news that will definitely excite WWE fans.

In other news, there have been reports that we could be set for a big heel turn at the Payback Pay-Per-View later this month, while Adam Rose could be set for a drastic change.

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Austin's Return?

We start off with today's top headline, revolving around Stone Cold Steve Austin. Austin was the subject of a Sports Illustrated feature where he seemed to confirm that he would be at WrestleMania 32, which is taking place in his home state of Texas.

Austin was last seen at 'Mania 30 where he opened the show with Hulk Hogan and The Rock and didn't want to be involved at this year's event in San Francisco.

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"Now with WrestleMania XXXII coming up in Texas, I would be pretty damn sure I'm going to be there. It's my home state and it just makes more sense," Austin said.

That doesn't mean that Austin will be wrestling, although that's what everyone will be hoping for, it could just mean that he has a moment like The Rock did last year talking to Triple H and Steph. 

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Over to Adam Rose now, who seems to be canvassing for a character change. Rose was a main subject in ESPN's documentary about NXT, and it showed Rose as his previous character Leo Kruger, being told to come up with an entirely new person. That ended up being Adam Rose, but it seems now that Rose wants to go back to being Kruger.

And finally, looking ahead to the Payback pay-per-view, it seems we could be in for quite a shock. According to some reports, the main event could see a shock heel turn for one star taking part, with former Shield member Dean Ambrose rumoured to be turning.

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