Stone Cold delivers the Stunner to 76-year-old Vince McMahon at WrestleMania 38

Watch: Stone Cold Hits 76-year-old Vince Mcmahon With Stunner At Wrestlemania 38

Cold as ice for WrestleMania 38 Night 2, Steve Austin returned to deliver one last knockout blow to Vince McMahon.

Stone Cold Steve Austin won the first night of WrestleMania 38. For the first time in 19 years, Steve Austin defeated Kevin Owens in an unexpected No Holds Barred contest.

But Austin made sure that those who attended Night 2 felt like they got their money’s worth.

Stone Cold returned to AT & T Stadium on Sunday to deliver Vince McMahon, his lifelong foe, one more stunner just for fun. And, well, if you’ve ever wondered what a 76-year-old man looked like while on a stunner, now you know.

Stone Cold smashes Vince McMahon, 76, with one final stunner

His entrance came after Pat McAfee, a sports media personality and former NFL punter, defeated Austin Theory in a thrilling match.

Following that, McMahon removed his jacket and tie, entered the ring, and ordered that the referee ring the bell. Theory tried to stop McMahon and kicked a football into the former punter’s side. McMahon went on to win the game.

The glass shattered as the two stood in the ring, and Austin made his way down the ramp. Stone Cold went after Theory and landed the stunner on him, propelling the budding superstar to new heights… literally.

Austin then invited McAfee into the ring to toast the victory with a few beers. To put an end to matters, Stone Cold smacked McAfee with a stunner.

For McAfee, it was a whirlwind of events. First, he won his first WrestleMania match. Then, he lost to McMahon, had a few beers with Stone Cold, and was then hit with the Stunner by Stone Cold.