Wrestling legend Sting could be looking to jump ship to the WWE for the first time ever.
Sting, who has famously never wrestled in the WWE, is reportedly interested in heading to the company after 28-years in the wrestling business.
Sting spent 14 years in WCW, helping the company become a legitimate rival to the WWE and crafting legendary feuds with Goldberg, Ric Flair, Hulk Hogan and many other wrestlers. He was one of the few WCW wrestlers who stayed with the company until the end and he wrestled in the final WCW match ever against Flair on Nitro.
Sting did not make the jump to the WWE in 2001 along with other WCW stars, choosing to stay away from the company in favour of letting his WCW contract run down.
After two years away from the mainstream wrestling scene Sting decided to join TNA on a short-term contract which eventually turned into a 10 year stint that continues today. In this time he has won the TNA Championship four times and became the first ever TNA Hall of Famer last year.
Now, having achieved everything he possibly can in TNA, it seems that the Icon has now set his sights on the WWE.
Sting was featured in a video package of the greatest World Heavyweight Champions on WWE’s Raw last Monday night and the suggestion is that the video package was broadcasted due to Sting sending feelers to the WWE over the last few months.
If Sting does eventually make the historic jump to the WWE, reports suggest that Sting would not be interested in a one match deal, but would rather have one long run with the WWE, possibly culminating with a retirement match.
The rumour mill currently says that Sting could make his debut at WrestleMania 30 against The Undertaker.
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