The 2016 Hall of Fame ceremony left all WWE fans feeling a little sad following a heartfelt speech by wrestling legend Sting.
The man once referred to as the Icon, announced his retirement from professional wrestling during the segment, drawing to an end, a legendary career.
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It meant the end for many things, for Sting it meant the end of his career but for the fans, it meant the end of their hopes.
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Since Sting debuted in WWE at Survivor Series 2014, rumours have been rampant about a possible WrestleMania showdown between him and the Undertaker.
It is the ultimate 'will they, won't they' discussion in professional wrestling and it could be about to re-emerge.
During a recent interview for WWE Network show 'Legends with JBL', he was asked about the injury that seemingly caused his retirement.
The Vigilante claimed that he has yet to undergo neck surgery as it would all but confirm that his wrestling career is over.
However the face painted superstar did not stop teasing fans there:
"That's the unfinished business - I've always wanted to have that match [with The Undertaker] and I know that wrestling fans have always wanted to see it too." - Sting on his unfinished business
JBL seemed to be implying that Sting wants to end his career on a high with one last hurrah rather than the unfortunate circumstances that it has currently ended under.
Sting only had two matches in WWE and lost them both, firstly to Triple H at WrestleMania 31 then to Seth Rollins at Night of Champions 2015.
It was in his clash with Rollins that he was injured after the Architect delivered the recently criticised buckle bomb which resulted in the back injury that would then keep him away until WrestleMania season.