Sting was one of the wrestlers that the WWE Universe thought they would never see competing in the WWE. He was one of the very few wrestlers who stayed loyal to WCW even after their demise.
Sting made his debut at Survivor Series 2014 in one of the most shocking moments in the company’s history. He eventually faced Triple H in his debut WWE match in a losing effort.
Sting’s WWE career came to an abrupt end at Clash of Champions 2015, where he faced Seth Rollins for the WWE Championship. He suffered a major injury which forced him to stay out of the ring. He was deservedly included in the WWE Hall Of Fame class of 2016.
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Sting was recently interviewed at the Wales Comic Con where he expressed his desire to have one match against “The Phenom” before signing off his long career. Here are his thoughts:
“I have never said ‘one more match’ ever. I’d like to have one more match, I’d like to have that Undertaker match.”
The 6-time WCW Champion also went on to speak about why he decided to avoid surgery, He said, “The only reason I held off on the surgery is because I had guys like Stone Cold saying don’t do it.”
He also mentioned that he is feeling fine and not having any side effects despite not undergoing the surgery.
As far as The Undertaker is concerned, his status with the company is not yet known ever since the fateful night in Orlando. The Undertaker was defeated for the second time at WrestleMania at the hands of “The Big Dog” Roman Reigns.
The Undertaker is scheduled to appear at the RAW 25th anniversary next year alongside Shawn Micheals and Kevin Nash.