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Last week Raw took place from the Staples Center in Los Angeles, CA, and when Raw is in LA you can always expect some big names to show up. LaVar Ball and his two sons Lonzo and LaMelo showed up to Raw for Miz TV, and that segment quickly went off the rails. It was also rumored that a WWE Hall of Famer was backstage for the show, but he never appeared on TV.

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Prior to Raw, WWE posted a tweet showing off new shirts that said “Los Angeles 3:16” and the shirts created speculation about a possible Steve Austin appearance on Raw. Last week Raw came and went, and Steve Austin was nowhere to be seen.

The latest episode of his podcast Steve Austin shut down the rumors and confirmed that he wasn’t at the Staples Center, he was at home recording his podcast (via Wrestling Inc).

“I’m at 316 gimmick street in Marina del Rey. Staples Center is about 20 miles from my house, I ain’t nowhere in sight, I ain’t wearing camo, you can’t see me, because I ain’t there,” said Austin. “I’m here at the house laying down an open for this damn podcast.”

UFC Hall of Famer Stephan Bonnar is making the jump to professional wrestling, and on this week’s episode of Still Real Radio we’re talking all about it. Bonnar is teaming up with Phil Baroni to form a tag team called The Real Shooters and they’ll be wrestling their first match in just a few weeks. You can subscribe to Still Real Radio on iTunes, and you can check out the latest episode below.