There is no denying that WWE is forever keen to get whichever legends they can to return to the industry, no matter what state the company is in at the time.
This method though appears for now, to be working for WWE and its fans as none other than professional wrestling legend Sting made his WWE debut last night at the Survivor Series pay-per-view event in St Louis, Missouri.
Though there had been rumours that the 55-year-old may make his debut at the event at the Scottrade Center, as the WWE Universe has been all too familiar with of late - we weren't entirely sure what to expect from the company.
Having a name as big as Sting make an appearance at a pay-per-view event is something WWE loves to arrange and the WWE Universe it seems, love to see happen.
At WrestleMania XXX earlier this year, fans were treated to the trio of Hulk Hogan, The Rock and Stone Cold Steve Austin appearing in the ring to kick off the biggest night on the WWE calendar.
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Moments like this are unforgettable to followers of WWE, and doubtlessly prove the success and following wrestlers like the above had when they were at the top of professional wrestling years ago.
An interesting thought therefore is which WWE Superstars now will be the biggest names to be making legendary returns to the ring in say twenty years time.
The most obvious choice would be John Cena, with perhaps the likes of Randy Orton and Daniel Bryan completing the line-up for future legends of WWE.
However, it is not only past big-names in wrestling that impress the WWE Universe with making a return.
During the pre-show for Survivor Series on Sunday night, Bad News Barrett made a welcome return after five months out as well as Roman Reigns making an appearance via satellite to announce his comeback to WWE next month.
In addition, Brock Lesnar and Randy Orton are also rumoured to be making their returns to World Wrestling Entertainment before the end of the year, meaning WWE still has a lot to offer its fans thanks to these ever-popular exciting come backs.
What do you think WWE fans - do you feel having major Superstars return is what is best?