Further Details on when we could next see Sting revealed

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Ever since Survivor Series and the shocking debut of Sting, the WWE Universe has had one question on their mind.

When will we see Stinger next?

Well that answer is still shrouded in mystery unfortunately but it looks like we now know how many times we'll get to see the black and white face paint on WWE TV.

Reports have surfaced with details of the wrestling legend's contract with the WWE and has reported that he is no longer on just a legends contract.

Sting has reportedly signed a performers contract with the WWE which will have him signed up for only six performances.


So we will only get to see Sting on our screens six times in WWE history and it looks like we have already been gifted to our first.

With his debut at Survivor Series counting as one of his performances, that means we only have five left to anticipate.

Everyone expects Sting's one and only actual match in the WWE however to come at WrestleMania XXXI in San Francisco next March.

There are countless theories for who his opponent will be but if that proves to be his retirement match, then we could be seeing Sting quite a bit on the Road to WrestleMania.

Sting's debut had ramifications that spread right through the WWE and are still affecting the shows we are watching.

We have Sting to thank for dethroning the Authority and who knows what he will accomplish in his upcoming appearances.

What we've all been waiting for

Even though it was heavily reported that Sting was in St Louis on the night of Survivor Series, I don't think anyone was quite ready for it.

ting has made several personal appearances for the company this year and is even the main selling point on their latest video game WWE 2k15.

We have waited for the majority of 2014 and questioned if we would ever see him in a WWE ring at all.

We finally saw him in person and if he graces the stage of WrestleMania next year, it will surely be one of the top WrestleMania moments.

Who Sting will face on the grandest stage of them all? When will we see him next? These are just some of the questions we hope will be answered in the coming months.

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