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Will Sting Appear In The WWE ?  

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  1. 1. Will Sting Appear In The WWE ?

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Guest DarkMatchJobber

Before Steve 'Sting' Borden retires from professional wrestling do you think he will appear in the WWE for one last great run ?

 

I think it would be terrific to see him face off against Ric Flair one more time but only if the Nature Boy has been rested from in-ring action for a few months so that the match would actually be special.

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sting will never be in WWE< especially the way he has been shootin on them lately!!!

 

Various former employees of the WWE have spoken ill of the company and been rehired and I think both sides could put their differences to one side for the greater good of the company.

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Never been a big fan of Sting at all, for me the only time his character was entertaining was when he first developed the 'silent Crow persona' during the early incarnation of the NWO. Now hes over the hill and not in the least entertaining. WWE dont need him and to be honest i dont think they have every really put a hell of a lot of effort into getting him.
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I can't see it happening.

 

He got a lot of money for a year in TNA, and only had to appear on a few PPVs and even fewer TV shows.

 

With the schedule of WWE, I really can't see him doing it at all.

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Not gonna happen I reckon.

 

Sting's washed-up and his matches these days are awfully bland. He was never a big enough name like Flair or Hogan anyway, so it's not like his return would boost ratings significantly enough to warrant a decent salary. Besides his matches with Flair and Vader in WCW, I never saw much in Sting. He was basically just a watered down big-time superstar, even in his prime.

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I liked Sting and would have preferred to have seen him come to WWE a few years ago when Vince bought WCW. He would have been great as part of the InVasion angle. But I don't think he would work in WWE now. Although a match between Sting and HBK would still have me drooling at the prospect. Probably just a pipe dream.
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I liked Sting and would have preferred to have seen him come to WWE a few years ago when Vince bought WCW. He would have been great as part of the InVasion angle. But I don't think he would work in WWE now. Although a match between Sting and HBK would still have me drooling at the prospect. Probably just a pipe dream.

 

Sting vs HBK has been another match that I would really like to see. Especially if HBK was heel.

 

I heard Rock was interested in facing Sting, so maybe if Sting comes to the WWE for one final run, then maybe Rocky will comeback for one match.

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I think WWE could borrow a WCW idea and have Sting sitting silently in the rafters each week on RAW and occasionally coming down to attack the heel champion (HHH probably) before the two meet on pay-per-view three months later.
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Stings not really up to much these days, but no doubt I'm looking forward to Sting vs my new hero Jarrett. Can't see him in WWE since he's turned them down so many times before.
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On a related note:

 

Why is TNA booking Sting as their main babyface?

 

The crowd dumps all over him, he doesn't draw any old fans, doesn't draw any new fans, doesn't draw full stop and is paid a ridiculous amount of money within a cash-strapped company.

 

I really don't understand it at all.

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On a related note:

 

Why is TNA booking Sting as their main babyface?

 

The crowd dumps all over him, he doesn't draw any old fans, doesn't draw any new fans, doesn't draw full stop and is paid a ridiculous amount of money within a cash-strapped company.

 

I really don't understand it at all.

 

Because Vince McMahon owns TNA ;)

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I think WWE could borrow a WCW idea and have Sting sitting silently in the rafters each week on RAW and occasionally coming down to attack the heel champion (HHH probably) before the two meet on pay-per-view three months later.

 

WWE tried borrowing a WCW in December for the Taker-Orton fued, but it was deemed as "recycling old rubbish".

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On a related note:

 

Why is TNA booking Sting as their main babyface?

 

The crowd dumps all over him, he doesn't draw any old fans, doesn't draw any new fans, doesn't draw full stop and is paid a ridiculous amount of money within a cash-strapped company.

 

I really don't understand it at all.

 

The crowds don't dump all over him at all, where are you getting that from? And he did draw when he came in first, the ratings went up a smigeon. Yes that is the word 'smigeon' there.

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I caught a glimpse of Hard Justice (I think) on TWC a few weeks back; the one with Sting vs. Jarrett with Christian and Steiner in the corners. The match was terrible, the crowd didn't seem into it at all, in fact, it seemed like they were booing both men mildly kind of like Chris Masters heat and the match looked like a terrible way to end the show where the crowd had been hot all night.
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