It almost seems like a week doesn't go by without some kind of rumour that Vince McMahon is unhappy with something in his company.
If it isn't the product on the screen, then it is a back room issue or some kind of creative clash.
Angry at WrestleMania rumours
Vince McMahon being angry with Stone Cold Steve Austin isn't really a shock and in fact, it is what kept us all tuning in on a Monday night during the Attitude era.
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However in the years since both men have removed themselves from our screens, little has been known about their relationship.
It is clearly good given that the Texas Rattlesnake is hosting podcasts on the WWE Network with some fairly big names appearing.
The Stone Cold podcast started with a bang as he interviewed McMahon himself and pulled no punches in the interview.
However his last one seems to have caused a problem between the two as he interviewed the advocate of the Beast, Paul Heyman.
It ended on a tense note as Heyman and Austin got heated discussing the possibility of Austin facing Lesnar at WrestleMania XXXII.
When asked about the after effects of the show however, Stone Cold revealed a big story.
"All of a sudden, ‘hmmm… it’s Mr. Vince McMahon calling me’, so I’m thinking, ‘okay, I got to answer the phone – he’s either calling to tell me it was a great interview with Paul Heyman, we blew the internet up, or he’s going to call and eat my ass out about making a match at WrestleMania 32 with Brock Lesnar’, which was not my intention. It was the latter.” - Stone Cold about the post- podcast moments
Clearly McMahon wasn't happy about the influx of WrestleMania rumours that were about to be spread as a result of the conversation with Heyman.
It clearly hasn't changed the future of the Rattlesnake's show though as he is due to host another podcast with Edge and Christian on the WWE Network.
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