Last Updated on August 17, 2023 by Dexter Roona
Today we bring you one of our favorite WWE wrestlers to be made into a Funko Pop! with our “Stone Cold” Steve Austin Funko Pop! Checklist, Buyers Guide and Gallery.
In the world of WWE wrestling, few wrestlers have left as indelible a mark as “Stone Cold” Steve Austin. With his rebellious attitude, unapologetic demeanor, and unforgettable catchphrases, the tough-talking, beer-swilling Austin became a cultural icon in the world of sports entertainment.
From his early struggles to his rise as a WWE champion, Austin’s journey captivated audiences and forever changed the landscape of professional wrestling. Funko acknowledges the legend with a number os cool Pop! figures.
Here is everything that has been released so far.
“Stone Cold” Steve Austin Funko Pop! Checklist
- 05 “Stone Cold” Steve Austin Funko Pop!
- 05 “Stone Cold” Steve Austin W2K316 and Exclusive GameStop Funko Pop and Underground Toys Exclusive
- 84 “Stone Cold” Steve Austin with Belt Funko Pop!
- 89 “Stone Cold” Steve Austin with 2 Belts – 7-Eleven Funko Pop! and Funko Special Edition
- Freddy Funko as “Stone Cold” Steve Austin – Camp Fundays Funko Pop!
- “Stone Cold” Steve Austin and the Rock 2-Pack Funko Pop!
Funko Pop! Rides
- 122 WWE 60th Anniversary – “Stone Cold” Steve Austin with Ice Machine – Funko Pop! Rides
“Stone Cold” Steve Austin Funko Pop! Buyers Guide and Gallery
Here are all the cool Steve Austin Funko Pops released so far!
05 “Stone Cold” Steve Austin Funko Pop!
The first time that we saw Steve Austin as a Funko Pop!
05 “Stone Cold” Steve Austin W2K316 and Exclusive GameStop and Underground Toys Exclusives
This cool version of the Rattlesnake is available as W2K316, GameStop and Underground Toys Exclusives
84 “Stone Cold” Steve Austin with Belt Funko Pop!
The Rattlesnake holds the championship belt over his shoulder. He wears his leather waistcoat with the Rattlesnake emblem, blue jeans, and boots.
“Stone Cold” is ready for action!
89 “Stone Cold” Steve Austin with 2 Belts – 7-Eleven and Funko Special Edition
This cool Stone Cold Pop! shows Steve holding two championship belts and was released as a 7-Eleven Exclusive and as a Funko Special Edition.
The 7-Eleven Exclusive is the version that we want in our WWE collection.
Freddy Funko as “Stone Cold” Steve Austin – Camp Fundays Funko Pop!
Freddy Funko gets a WWE Stone Cold Steve Austin makeover as part of the Camo Fundays Event.
This new Freddy Steve Austin is limited to just 3000 pieces and is highly collectible.
Funko Pop Rides
122 WWE 60th Anniversary – “Stone Cold” Steve Austin with Ice Machine – Funko Pop! Rides
This cool Stone Cold Pop! recreates the moments when Steve Austin drove a Zamboni ice machine to the squared circle.
Funko Pop! Multipacks
“Stone Cold” Steve Austin and the Rock 2-Pack Funko Pop!
“Stone Cold” and the Rock square off in the Monday Night RAW ring.
A great WWE 2-Pack featuring two of the biggest WWE stars to ever grace the squared circle.
“Stone Cold” Steve Austin: The Rattlesnake of WWE Wrestling
“Stone Cold” was born as Steven James Anderson on December 18, 1964, in Austin, Texas. He took the ring name “Stone Cold” as a nod to his tough Texan roots.
His road to fame, however, was full of tough challenges. He suffered a series of bad injuries, including a broken neck that almost ended his career prematurely, but this tough period only fueled his determination, and it was during this time that the persona of “Stone Cold” began to take shape.
Austin’s transformation really began to unfold in the mid-1990s when he joined WWE (formerly the WWF). His fierce rivalry with his boss, WWE Chairman Vince McMahon, became legendary for the time blurring the line between fiction.
His infamous slogan, “Austin 3:16 says I just whipped your ass,” after defeating Jake “The Snake” Roberts, became an iconic rallying cry for his army of fans.
BUY WWE POPS AND MERCH AT
The peak of Austin’s career arrived during the late 1990s, a period now referred to as the “Attitude Era.” Austin’s battles with fellow WWE legends like The Rock, Triple H, and The Undertaker produced some of the most memorable and violent matches in WWE history.
One of Austin’s most memorable moments occurred at WrestleMania XIV in 1998, when he defeated Shawn Michaels to win his first WWE Championship. It was this win that solidified his status as a main-event star and set the stage for his subsequent dominance in the wrestling world.
The Rattlesnake would go on to win the WWE Championship on multiple occasions and held numerous other titles all earned by his famous finishing move named the “Stone Cold Stunner”.
Outside of the squared circle, Austin built a credible acting career, appearing in films like “The Condemned” and “The Expendables“. He also hosted his own reality TV show, “Steve Austin’s Broken Skull Challenge” showcasing his tough-as-nails attitude in various physical challenges.