Whenever an icon of professional wrestling makes a long-awaited return, the WWE Universe welcome it with open arms.
For those WWE fans looking ahead to the second biggest event on the calendar behind WrestleMania - SummerSlam - it could be well worth the wait.
As if this pay-per-view alone is not incredible enough, the rumors circulating that both the Undertaker and Sting are set to appear make for an even more incredible night.
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Whilst the Undertaker has already made appearances at the Battleground pay-per-view event this past Sunday night as well as this week's episode of Monday Night Raw, his involvement on the night in five weeks time will surely be something memorable.
Elsewhere, as reported by What Culture, the Wrestling Observer Newsletter has revealed the amazing shape Sting is in ahead of his supposed SummerSlam appearance.
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At 56-years-old it is clear age is just a number to the professional wrestling icon, who many have said looks in incredible condition in the build-up to his return.
This was certainly also shown during his match with Triple H at WrestleMania 31 in April of this year, where his in-ring ability was clearly not something the average 56-year-old would be capable of.
Given their shape and undeniable commitment to maintaining great levels of physical health as well as in-ring ability, it is great to see how devoted both Sting and the Undertaker are to their wrestling appearances despite them being so rare now.
There have been a number of rumors circulating as to what direction WWE will go with regarding Sting's appearance, as a match-up between Brock Lesnar and the Undertaker has already been confirmed.
It seems likely that Sting will be involved in the ongoing feud between Roman Reigns and Bray Wyatt, with Wyatt and Luke Harper looking to find a new member for the family to possibly take on Reigns, Dean Ambrose and Sting.
The alternative to this could be Reigns and Sting teaming up without Ambrose to take on Bray and Harper, but with Ambrose already having missed Battleground last Sunday, it seems unlikely WWE would not book him for another pay-per-view event.
However WWE choose to present Sting, it is clear his involvement will be of huge importance and make for an amazing match-up whoever it is with, especially considering the condition he is in.
Also, as Wrestle Zone has reported, Sting's return is planned to be a big surprise, meaning that it is unlikely we will see him brought into any kind of angle until just before SummerSlam, which takes place on August 23rd.