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If Sting Signs With WWE, Will He Be Wrestling Full Time?


As noted, it appears that former WCW and TNA World Heavyweight champion Sting has signed with WWE. In an update from F4WOnline, he has yet to sign a contract with World Wrestling Entertainment. According to sources, WWE sent Sting his contract several days ago, but as of yesterday, he had not returned it.

The belief inside Sting’s camp is that both sides were on terms and an agreement is in place, but as of yesterday, pen to paper on Sting’s side had not been returned to WWE.

However, there is no indication of any serious hold-up, at least from the WWE side. Those in the company even before WrestleMania XXX were working with the impression that he was on board.

Update: Sting has yet to sign with WWE as of today and for those wondering, if he does sign with WWE, which is a good possibility. He will not be wrestling on a regular basis for WWE. We are still waiting on confirmation on if he did or did not sign with World Wrestling Entertainment.

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  • Leon Luciano

    Not a chance. Sting is 55 years old that is way to old to wrestle in a wwe ring fulltime although we can say he is still in better shape then hogan or flair that really isn’t saying much.I also believe that Sting just wants a wrestlmania moment before he retires and that would obviously be against undertaker in both of there final matches. Sting would uh have easily been a fulltime competitor for the wwe some years ago but now unfortunately the ship has sailed for sting.