Steve Austin Offers Advice to John Cena, Says Chris Jericho Can’t Work Like He Used to Work

During the latest installment of The Steve Austin Show, Austin offers some advice for John Cena regarding him coming back from injury early. Here is what the WWE Hall of Famer said:

“I don’t know how long John would like to wrestle, but as long as he wants to, I wouldn’t rush to come back from injury too early because, man, that dude’s a stud in the gym. His healing powers are phenomenal, but just don’t try to rush this thing back because it’s the shoulder and shoulders are tricky and it isn’t the time or place to try to jeopardize if you want another couple year run.”

– Later on the Show, Austin talked about Chris Jericho’s work as of late and mentioned that he can no longer work at the level he used to. Here is what the WWE Hall of Famer said:

“Chris at 45 years of age is not who he was even five years ago and the guy’s going to go down in the WWE Hall of Fame and he’s going to be one of the greatest of all time, but, obviously, he can’t work like he used to work. But I mean that with respect. He has probably lost a step. He is 45. I couldn’t do what this guy’s doing. So, now that we have that out of the way, but here’s one of the things. He can’t do what he used to do physically in the ring, but Chris has always been so smart about the way he builds his matches to the crescendo. That’s what he always does. That has been one of his hallmarks. He knows when to put those big hope spots in there, or almost gets the Walls of Jericho, or almost this or almost that.”

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