It's been over four years since Sting wrestled the final match in his illustrious career, and WWE Network will give fans a closer look at how it all went down.
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The career of Sting featured many different looks and character presentations. Sting’s face paint made him a beloved figure right away to many that fell in love with the look. The two big looks that b...
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Bray Wyatt was asked who he would like The Fiend's Raw debut to be against. His answer? WWE Hall of Famer, Sting.
Fox's first SmackDown Live broadcast will take place on Oct. 4, and the episode will also mark the show's 20th anniversary special.
Last week, WWE teased a potential dream match between Sting and The Undertaker - leading some to wonder if the former is about to make an unlikely return to wrestling.
The wrestling world has been clamoring for a dream match between Sting and The Undertaker for over two decades now, but as time passes, it's becoming more and more evident that we'll never get to see the two legends face off in a WWE ring.
WWE got everybody excited when they sent out a tweet that hinted at a possible Sting vs. Undertaker dream match in the future, with the caption read "Imagine..."
WWE Hall of Famer Sting announced his retirement three years ago after having to undergo neck surgery, but the 60-year-old legend won't fully rule out a return to the ring.