The WWE Network, despite the bugs it has, is one of the best things to happen for WWE fans in some time.
It contains every pay-per-view ever, every Raw and SmackDown in history and hundreds of hours of original content - and until September it hosted NXT every Wednesday.
Something that hasn't been seen for a while on the Network though is Stone Cold Steve Austin's podcast, which debuted on the Network in December 2014 with a blockbuster interview with Vince McMahon.
The Texas Rattlesnake has quizzed some of the biggest names in the business, such as Brock Lesnar, Shawn Michaels and Triple H, but his last episode on the Network left a lot to be desired.
An interview with then-WWE Champion Dean Ambrose in August 2016 was panned as being 'awkward', where Austin struggled to get answers out of the former Shield member, and there hasn't been a WWE-produced podcast since which Austin has led.
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Austin still regularly produces content on the Podcast One platform, but it looks like he's set for a return to the WWE-produced podcasting world.
The highly-reputable Twitter account WrestleVotes noted two weeks ago that Austin's podcast would be returning to the WWE Network in early 2020 under a different name.
They since firmed up their claim by stating the new name of the podcast will be 'Broken Skull Session' - and it's set to have a huge first guest under the re-brand.
The Undertaker will be the man on the end of Austin's questions as he returns to the WWE Network, in news that has been confirmed by WWE today - the episode has already been filmed and will air on November 24, directly after Survivor Series.
Over the years The Deadman has stuck to kayfabe an unreal amount, but he's let his guard down in recent times with the creation of social media accounts and appearances on television to support college football.
Taker took part in an out of character interview with Pastor Ed Young last year, but a no holds barred discussion with Austin is much, much bigger.
It'll be the first time for a lot of WWE fans that they'll see Undertaker in such a light, and it's definitely going to be must-see content.News Now - Sport News