Steve Austin and Roddy Piper were both mainstays and legends in the wrestling business. Piper started off in the territory days of the NWA. He would be a thorn in the side of Hulk Hogan for many years. He would team up with Paul Orndorff to take on Hulk Hogan and Mr. T at the inaugural Wrestlemania in 1985. Piper would never hold the World Heavyweight title in any of the major promotions he worked for. Steve Austin would get his biggest break while working for WCW as one half of the Hollywood Blonds tag team with Brian Pillman. He would be released from WCW in June of 1995. He would join ECW, doing vignettes about his time in WCW. He would leave ECW and sign with the WWE by the end of 1995. He would debut as the “Ring Master” but would change it to “Stone Cold” shortly after. He would begin his rise to stardom in the 1996 King of the Ring tournament, where here would coin his “Austin 3:16” moniker. He would win back-to-back Royal Rumbles in 1997 and 1998. He would win his first WWF Heavy Weight Championship at Wrestlemania 14 from Shawn Michaels. He would win 6 WWE World titles, 2 WWE intercontinental titles, and 4 WWE Tag Team titles. He would win numerous other titles with other promotions prior to WWE. Both Austin and Piper have been inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame, Austin in 2022 and Piper in 2005. Roddy Piper signed the package, and the autograph is certified by JSA. This would be a great addition to any wrestling fan’s collection.