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Stone Cold Steve Austin Debuts Epic Mullet in Kawasaki Super Bowl Commercial, Fans Go Wild

Stone Cold Steve Austin Debuts Epic Mullet in Kawasaki Super Bowl Commercial, Fans Go Wild

The San Francisco 49ers and Kansas City Chiefs faced off in the 2024 Super Bowl on Sunday. All eyes were on the field for the star-studded matchup. But of course, fans were also hyped for an age-old Super Bowl Sunday tradition – the commercials that air during the big matchup. One of the ads that aired featured WWE Hall of Famer, Stone Cold Steve Austin.

Stone Cold Rocks New Look in Super Bowl Commercial

Austin usually sports a shaved head. But the famed wrestler. rocked a sweet mullet during a commercial for motor vehicle company Kawasaki. Fans went wild with their reactions.

“Stone cold with a mullet was the best part of the Super Bowl so far,” one user said.

“The mullet one with Stone Cold is the highlight so far,” another user added.

“John Cena, Stone Cold & Jade Cargill in 1 night for the Super Bowl commercials…I love wrestling,” another user said.

Kevin Owens Recalls Clash With Steve Austin

Stone Cold has officially retired from wrestling. But the Hall of Famer surprised everyone at Wrestlemania 38 in 2022 when he faced off with former WWE Champion Kevin Owens. The two put on a classic at AT&T Stadium in a matchup that still has fans buzzing to this day.

“We didn’t know what it was going to be. And certainly didn’t know it was going to be a match. We just had a loose plan of we are going to have a ‘Kevin Owens’ Show with Steve Austin and go from there, and that’s what it stayed for a long time until a couple days before,” said Owens.

Owens said that it wasn’t until the company arrived in Dallas that the Hall of Famer felt good enough to compete in the ring. “When we got to Dallas, and you know, Steve felt a certain way and felt pretty good, looked pretty good, and we just started talking about what if it turned to this, what if it turns into that, and it all came together the way people watched it.”