Bret Hart announced as next guest for ‘Broken Skull Sessions’ with Stone Cold Steve Austin

Bret Hart is joining Stone Cold Steve Austin on Broken Skull Sessions on the WWE Network on 3/16.

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On March 16th, WWE will be celebrating #316Day in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and to celebrate that day, WWE Hall Of Famer Stone Cold Steve Austin will be appearing on Monday Night RAW. That show will be the first time that Austin has appeared on RAW since the September 9th edition of the show at Madison Square Garden.

Along with Austin’s appearance on WWE TV, a new episode of ‘Broken Skull Sessions’ is set to premiere on the WWE Network with fellow WWE Hall Of Famer Bret “The Hitman” Hart.

Here’s WWE’s official press release about Austin’s RAW appearance and Bret Hart appearing on Broken Skull Sessions:

The former WWE Champion revealed that he will appear on the March 16 episode of Raw as part of WWE’s celebration of #316Day.

The WWE Universe will be able to recognize the greatness of The Texas Rattlesnake with content, new merchandise and more throughout #316Day. WWE Network will stream a marathon of “Stone Cold” Steve Austin programming, including an all-new episode of “Steve Austin’s Broken Skull Sessions” featuring an in-depth interview with WWE Hall of Famer Bret Hart. #316Day will also feature the release of exclusive Austin 3:16 merchandise will also be available on WWE, a special Topps Austin 3:16 digital card set, and custom content across WWE’s global and social media platforms celebrating Austin’s legendary career.

The Texas Rattlesnake has not yet indicated what he’ll be doing in his return, though presumably, Stunners will be in store, mudholes will be stomped, and Hells will be Yeah’d. Prepare accordingly and catch the special #316Day edition of Raw on USA Network at 8/7 C on March 16.

Recent guests on Broken Skull Sessions include The Big Show, Glenn “Kane” Jacobs and The Undertaker.

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