There was a lot of talk prior to WrestleMania XXX of The Undertaker maintaining his streak against Brock Lesnar then eventually being defeated by Sting at WrestleMania XXXI.
This of course was not to be as Brock Lesnar emphatically ended the 12-year reign.
Fans of Sting though should not be disappointed, as the biggest wrestler to never be a part of WWE is reported to have finally signed a contract with the business.
This is according to the Wrestling Observer, who revealed the news in an edition of their newsletter, which notes he is "scheduled to appear on the television on some point."
This extremely exciting news just proves the WWE can keep on entertaining its fans to the absolute maximum as it comes following the most incredible WrestleMania there has ever been.
Even though the streak has ended, the WWE Universe may still be witness to the greatest match to never have been as Sting has said to face the Undertaker would be the only match he would want.
Being 55, there is no way Sting will be looking to be a part of WWE full-time. The Observer also mentions The Rock saying a while back that he really wanted to work with Sting having never had the chance during his career.
The Rock's current schedule though lies predominantly with films and television shows, meaning a match involving him and Sting would require a lot of build up and would probably be the main event of a pay-per-view show.
Whether this would be what the WWE Universe would want is questionable. Whatever match or story line WWE give Sting though, it is sure to be one which is extremely exciting to see, given this will be the first time the WCW legend has been a part of the industry.
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