Though Austin Theory is currently locked in as one of the top young stars in WWE, holding one-half of the WWE Tag Team Championships alongside Grayson Waller, that doesn't mean he can simply rest on his laurels and enjoy sitting on top of the thrown, as seemingly ever member of the Blue Brand, from DIY, to Kevin Owens, and even Randy Orton, is gunning for the most vulnerable belt in the game today.

Should Theory be worried? You bet, but do you know what? That doesn't mean Theory can't hand out praise where praise is due, as, on the Battle Ground podcast, he complimented KO's stunner game, putting him in a similar league to one of the greatest WWE Superstars of all time, “Stone Cold” Steve Austin.

“I will say Kevin Owens, he's got a pretty good Stunner. He's quick with it. It comes out of nowhere. Unfortunately, I've been caught a couple of times with it, but man, you gotta give it to the GOAT, Stone Cold Steve Austin,” Austin Theory told the Battleground Podcast via Fightful. “I believe if you look at my career of Stunners I've taken, that's the highest I've ever went. Stone Cold, I don't know what it is, man, but that arm — he's been whipping a** for so long, man. All that beer, man. It's in that arm, and you just get shotgunned with it. I don't know. I remember just being in Dallas and looking at the top of the stadium for a good minute. Then, I was landing on my head.”

You know, when it comes to knowing a thing or two about Stunners, Theory really is in a borderline league of his own, as he has taken the move from some of the best to ever do it. If he thinks Owens does a very good Stunner, well, he should take that as a compliment, even if it doesn't stop KO and Orton, if they link up once more, from gunning for the WWE Tag Team Championship.

WWE Hall of Famer Mark Henry is officially leaving AEW.

Speaking of WWE Hall of Famers, Mark Henry recently made a big announcement on Busted Open Radio about his wrestling future, as his current contract in AEW is about to come to an end. Despite enjoying his time in the promotion and making a few great friendships along the way, Henry has decided to end his affiliation with the promotion to focus on other opportunities, a decision that was mutual, according to “The World's Strongest Man.”

“Well, Dave, you know my impending contract status has reached an end. My contract with AEW is set to expire tomorrow, the 28th. I wanted to address that matter. Tony Khan said at the press conference that he was very happy and proud of what we did together, and I feel the exact same way. I appreciate everything that happened at AEW with Tony Khan and the Khan family. I had a great experience, and I do feel like it's time for me to take more time to handle and the Remarkable brand and focus that attention on what my next steps are, and I'm not going to be renewing my deal,” Mark Henry explained on Busted Open Radio via Fightful.

“It's a mutual thing. If I can't dedicate 100% of myself, then it's only fair for both parties to end the relationship on a positive note. Like I said, it's been nothing but positive. I've done my best to help as many people as I've could. There are still some things that I wanted to help with that I didn't get to finish, but those people have my phone number and anytime that they need to call me, I'm available for them. I am not leaving pro wrestling. What I'm saying is that I'm going to take some time to work on some projects, and I'm going to come back again in full force because that's what I do.”

After initially joining AEW in a hybrid producer/announcer role, Henry was largely relegated to a backstage role, leaving the Rampage commentary team very soon after the show started and even ending his announcement of the main event of the show a few months after that. Even if his insight backstage was valuable, his role was simply too limited to stick around in AEW long-term, making this decision feel rather obvious. What does the future hold for Henry in professional wrestling? Only time will tell, but considering he still works for Busted Open, fans will certainly learn about it firsthand.