Austin appeared on the Raw Reunion special a few months ago, then an episode of Raw where he did a Skype interview about WWE Universal Champion Seth Rollins, and then being a moderator for the contract signing between Rollins and Braun Strowman.
According to the former WWE Champion, not all of his WWE appearances are last-minute calls and he doesn’t plan to be on television full-time.
“Not everything is last minute. Some things are thought out way in advance. They call me up, and if I’m available and it sounds like a good idea, I’ll do it,” Austin said. “I’ve been away for a long time. I always like to say I want the current superstars to have all the television time, but if I can go out there and give someone a rub. Or if I can get out there in front of a crowd that is still around when I was still active who want to see me again, that’s a cool feeling too.
“It’s just something that is happening. It’s not like I’m going to go back on the road full-time or anything. It’s some good opportunities. It makes sense TV-wise, business-wise. I’m there to lend a hand or help out as much as I can.”