Stone Cold Steve Austin admits he 'crapped himself' in a match v Yokozuna in 1996

Stone Cold Steve Austin and Yokozuna

Stone Cold Steve Austin - one of the most decorated WWE stars of all time - has had his fare share of comedic moments during his career.

But nothing could have possibly prepared him for what was about to happen during a tour of South Africa in 1996.

That year was a pretty iconic one for the Texas Rattlesnake, as it was the break-out of his career when he won the King of the Ring tournament, beating Jake 'The Snake' Roberts in the final, and then followed it up with the famous 'Austin 3:16' promo.

The year of 1996 also saw him go through an experience that is understandably a wrestler's worst nightmare.

On his appearance on the Hot Ones YouTube series, Stone Cold told of an unfortunate incident during a match against the late Yokozuna where he...soiled himself.

"A lot of times when you are doing international travel and there is a dietary change, things happen. And man, Yok, he was 600 pounds at the time," told Austin.

Stone Cold Steve Austin told Hot Ones the unfortunate story of how he crapped himself against Yokozuna

"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.

"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."

Yokozuna was the unfortunate man who had to wrestle Stone Cold whilst he soiled himself

A very stinky, but hilarious story - it's been told before but because of the popularity of the Hot Ones series, it's now come back into the public eye.

He wouldn't be the last superstar to do the exact same thing - Yokozuna himself, CM Punk and even Vince McMahon have done the exact same thing.

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