Steve Steve Austin Headed RAW

Former TNA X Division Champion Alex Shelley Working At WWE Performance Center

Alex Shelley, a former TNA X Division champion, is currently working with aspiring wrestlers at the WWE Performance Center.

“I love wrestling,” Shelley posted on Twitter. “I am the Multiple Man of the industry: a thousand lives inna thousand different places. Thanks everyone who helped me get this far.”

Shelley also captured the TNA tag team titles with Chris Sabin once and won the Chris Candido Memorial Tag Team Tournament with Sean Waltman. He was a 2008 winner of the Gauntlet for the Gold with Sabin and also the 2009 TNA X Division Championship Tournament winner.

During his time in Ring of Honor, Shelley captured the tag team title with Sabin and the Trios Tournament in 2006 with Abyss and Jimmy Rave.

The 36-year-old Shelley competed this past July in tag match with Jay Lethal and Jonathan Gresham to defeat The Kingdom.

The WWE Performance Center was created in 2013. There is a branch in Florida and another in London. Matt Bloom is the head trainer for the facility.

Steve Austin Podcast In The Works By WWE

Former champion Steve Austin has been making more and more appearances on WWE television in recent months. And now, the WWE could be bringing him back for even more.

According to Wrestle Votes, the WWE is planning on using the Stone Cold Podcast again on WWE Network. Both Vince McMahon and Dean Ambrose previously were on the program.

“Hearing WWE is planning on bringing back the Stone Cold Podcast to the WWE Network in the near future. Show is scheduled to have a brand new name, but same concept – Austin interviewing top stars. I’m told it should launch within the first quarter of 2020, if not sooner.”

Along with interviewing WWE superstars, Austin is still helping market his own Broken Skull IPA. Recently, it became available on the East Coast.