Could Brock Lesnar vs Steve Austin actually happen

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Monday night, after Raw on the WWE Network, Steve Austin had his podcast on with special guest Paul Heyman.

The first few moments were dedicated to Austin voicing his opinion about the status of finishing moves in wrestling, focusing primarily on DDT's and John Cena's version of the Stone Cold Stunner.

The main complaint being the selling of it. Austin again made mention of the fact that he does not care if Cena uses the move, but just that he should use it for its intended purpose - as a finisher.

Fans were treated to a great walk down memory lane with Heyman talking about 1980's wrestling and also treated to little more insight about the life of Brock Lesnar.

For example, Brock is a dairy farmer by trade. He likes to buy up farm property on his spare time and he enjoys hunting. Austin took advantage of this by asking about setting up a time for them to get together and hunt.

Towards the last couple of moments of the podcast, Heyman asked if he could entertain Austin with a couple of questions.

Austin obliged, and Heyman followed with only one:

Brock Lesnar versus "Stone Cold" Steve Austin at WrestleMania 32?

Austin thought about it, and then appeared to show interest in the idea, telling Heyman to get Lesnar on the phone to get it done.

Could we be on the verge of seeing one of wrestling's biggest dream matches?

Perhaps more importantly, is Steve Austin in the physical shape needed to face a competitor like the Beast? We're not holding our breath but allow us to dream all the same!

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