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Steve Austin cuts ‘Hollywood’ promo for WWE nWo week (WATCH)

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Stone Cold Steve Austin cut a special ‘nWo style’ promo for his upcoming episode of Broken Skull Sessions. The Rattlesnake will be joined by Kevin Nash this Sunday 11 July for the episode which celebrates 25 years of the formation of the New World Order.

The nWo formed in 1996 at the WCW Bash at The Beach PPV event and it was a major cataclysmic shift in the Monday Night Wars at the time, leading World Championship Wrestling to defeat WWF in the ratings for 83 consecutive weeks.

WWE recently confirmed that the following special programming for nWo Week will be taking place from now until the Broken Skull episode on Sunday in a press release:

Steve Austin on nWo week

On July 7, 1996, Hulk Hogan uncorked the Leg Drop heard ’˜round the world on ‘Macho Man’ Randy Savage, joined forces with Scott Hall and Kevin Nash, and announced the formation of The New World Order.

To commemorate The nWo’s milestone 25-year anniversary, join WWE in celebrating nWo Week starting Monday.

The week’s festivities include The Best of The nWo (Tuesday), highlighting the group’s most memorable moments; X-Pac on WWE’s The Bump (Wednesday). 

And a brand-new episode of ‘Stone Cold’ Steve Austin’s Broken Skull Sessions (Sunday), featuring nWo founding member Kevin Nash as Austin’s guest. All three shows will stream on Peacock in the U.S. and on WWE Network everywhere else.

The celebration continues on WWE social channels, with nWo-themed episodes of your favorite YouTube series, like WWE Top 10 and WWE Playlist, plus Instagram Stories, TikToks, classic videos, photos and more. It’s just too sweet.

Check out the promo from Steve Austin for Broken Skull Sessions with Kevin Nash below:

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