You are buying a BRAND NEW, FACTORY SEALED VHS wrestling video, (World Wrestling Federation) Hell Yeah: Stone Cold's Saga Continues.

Hosted by Michael Cole, this tape spends three days with the Rattlesnake to find out exactly what makes him tick! Austin discusses the past two years in the WWF here, with footage never seen before, and Austin's own thoughts

Austin is a 100% original. There is nothing fabricated about this man, or his actions, and he lets us know it.

Austin reveals the secrets of his success, which is to be comfortable with yourself and the aspects of your personality to develop a character that you can be comfortable with.

Along the way, Austin talks about some of his favorite matches, while we are treated to clips of each of these matches as Austin reflects on them.

First, we take you back to Austin's first WWF Championship reign at WrestleMania XIV on March 29 1998, winning the belt from Shawn Michaels.

Austin takes us back to the dressing room, where he reveals his superstitions about getting dressed before the match.

The next match Austin discusses (with great clips) is King of the Ring 1998, on June 28th, the First Blood match with Kane for the WWF Championship. Kane also boasts that he will set himself on fire if he does not win. Austin entered this match with a bad elbow, having had to correct a problem with floating bone chips several days earlier. From there, it's off to the rematch the next night on RAW.

Portions of this interview were conducted with Austin on the road in his truck, and we get to see Austin unscripted and uncensored, and that includes his road rage as well in some hilarious moments where he complains about traffic.

Some of Austin's admitted favourite moments involve any time he can get behind the wheel of a vehicle and drive, with the zamboni being his favorite moment, and the monster truck coming in a close second. Vince McMahon's Corvette that Austin filled with cement is rumoured to be on display at WWF Corporate Headquarters. Austin is capable of some lighter moments, and can laugh at himself, as he recalls the beer truck and how he almost lost his tonsils, if he still had them, by trying to drink from the hose.

On to SummerSlam, the Highway to Hell where Austin now faces Kane's brother, the Undertaker in a match where Austin accidentally clips himself on the chin when Undertaker ducks down to fast while Austin comes off the ropes.

Austin talks about how and why he designed the famous "Smoking Skull" belt and his ongoing feud with WWF owner Vince McMahon, and the match with Dude Love (Mick Foley, Cactus Jack, Mankind) at Over The Edge with McMahon as special referee and his "stooges" (longtime WWF executives and former wrestlers Pat Patterson & Gerald Brisco) at ringside.

Next is a match where Austin acts as referee between Kane and Undertaker at Judgment Day on October 18, 1998 and follows up with his match at Buried Alive and his feud with The Rock, climaxing at WrestleMania XV to get back the WWF Championship. It wasn't over yet with Rock, though, as they continued to feud for most of 1999, especially after Rock stole Austin's smoking skull belt and threw it into the Hudson River.

In 1999, Austin's long-awaited match with McMahon at the final In Your House (St. Valentine's Day Massacre, available from us) is shown, and Austin discusses how it felt to finally get his enemy right where he wanted him.

Austin admits that being champion isn't easy, but the rewards are worth it. He discusses his rise to the top, from Dallas, to Atlanta to the WWF.

Clips of Nash Bridges are shown (Austin was a recurring guest star at the time), and Don Johnson offers a few words about Austin. Celebrity appearances by Austin are shown with Ken Griffey of the Seattle Mariners, throwing out the first pitch and more.

The tape concludes with Austin's music video.

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