WWE Network To Air Documentary About Sting's Final Match

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.

On Saturday, WWE Network News announced that they'll be airing WWE Untold: Sting's Last Stand,  which will detail the journey for his match against Seth Rollins at the 2015 Night of Champions pay-per-view.

Sting went up against Rollins for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship. Sadly, The Vigilante suffered a serious neck injury during the match, and The Architect would quickly defeat him to retain the title. Few could have known it at the time, but this would mark the final match of Sting's wrestling career.

Per WWE Network, Sting's Last Stand is slated to be aired next Friday, Nov. 22. WWE Untold previously ran an episode on The Vigilante, which focused on his WrestleMania 31 bout against Triple H - which marked Sting's first match in WWE.

It obviously wasn't the ending that Sting and everybody wanted, but it'll nonetheless be interesting to see the backstage buildup towards his showdown with Rollins, who was being pushed by The Authority as the main guy in WWE at the time.

Related: 10 Best Rivalries Of Sting's Career, Ranked

For what it's worth, Sting said at a Starrcast event back in May that he would come back to wrestle for "the right price." However, it doesn't sound like WWE has any plans to give the 60-year-old the green light to wrestle again.

Sting's Run With WWE Was Short But Sweet

Sting only wrestled a few matches in WWE, and we unfortunately never got to see him go up against Undertaker (if you exclude their WCW house show, before Undertaker became a wrestling legend). But it was still a real joy for wrestling fans to see Sting go up against Triple H and Rollins. After all, it felt like he would never come to WWE after turning them down in favor of TNA.

Next: The 10 Best Matches Of Sting's Career

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