Steve Austin recently spoke with the UK Sun. Here are the highlights…

On a Possible Match with CM Punk: "Maybe Punk's not the guy to go against. He needs to pick up his intensity. We'll have to see what I do, I'm happy now doing what I am. In a perfect world, where I could step back into the ring for one last match, I would be willing to have that discussion with management."

On Triple H vs. Undertaker at WM 28: "I believe the match they had was off the charts. If it hadn't been for it, the event would have failed. It was very average until then."

On Daniel Bryan: "He is a great kid and he can work, you just want to see him work and he didn't get that chance there," Austin said. "I hope they use him better down the line as there aren't a lot of guys that truly work like he does."

On Lesnar and Cena: "He is right in at main event level. You have Cena there, too, and then they have very limited opponents. The job now is to move people to that position."