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What's The Latest On Sting's Status With WWE? - WrestleMania Return?

- With more and more speculation on a weekly bases here on the site, I have some updates for all you Sting Fans. So here it is, Former TNA and WCW World Heavyweight champion Sting, is set to wrestler one more match and it will be in WWE.

The working idea within WWE that Sting will wrestle one match and then retire, which everyone presumes will be against The Undertaker at WrestleMania 31 in California.

As of this writing, there is still no confirmation that WWE will make this known at WrestleMania XXX or on RAW the next night. Mania is of course from New Orleans in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome and Raw will be live from the Smoothie King Center.

The most rumored angle they could do with Sting is show up in the Undertaker’s match against Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania 30.

Another idea is to have Sting show up the next night on Raw and challenge Taker for a match at WrestleMania 31.

Sting is aging and so is the Undertaker, i honestly beleive they have missed the right window for this feud and should have happened in 2011. Sting can’t go like he used to and if you do not believe me then go back and watch his latest matches in TNA. We will see if the “Dead Man” still can get it done in the ring.

- Right now WWE’s mood on hiring new talents is that they’re negative on real athletes and more positive to indie wrestlers but still down on small guys and looking for the bigger physiques.

Source: Wrestling Observer Newsletter

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  • Shawn Bronald

    It’s always tough to ‘go’ like you did 15 years younger, but Sting still has something left in the tank…. and that’s while wearing a t-shirt to hide his gut! Right now, WWE has asked Sting to get in shape for his final match, something Sting has already been doing. Rumor is he’s called upon his old pal Page Falkinburg to help him out. With over 12 months to get in shape and plenty of time to work on the match, I fully expect Sting’s last match to be a memorable one. He’s been a mainstay in the business for a long, long time and wants to go out with a bang. Not only will he face the Phenom himself in a history match, but it will be on the grandest stage of them all….. Wrestlemania. Sting doesn’t want his legacy tarnished any more than it already has been during his last years in WCW and 98% of the time in TNA. Assuming Undertaker doesn’t get too roughed up with Lesnar and doesn’t have to rehab any major injuries post ‘Mania (as he has the past several years), I wouldn’t be surprised to see him back in decent shape as well. These two men know what this match means to diehard fans and won’t let them down. Father Time can stick it!

  • MDMaloney

    It’s obvious Sting isn’t the full-time, 300 days a year, icon he used to be. However I’d like to see him work more than just one more time. He could work an angle with HHH, Orton or Kane. I’m sure he would also be willing to help put over or prop up some young talent leading up to a match with Taker at Wrestlemania 31. I do love the idea of Sting busting up an Undertaker victory party the Monday after Wrestlemania to issue the challenge. That would bring major pops and a stellar way to end the post-Wrestlemania RAW.