WWE: Sting could join forces with Kane and The Undertaker at Survivor Series

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Sting hasn't been seen in a WWE ring since he suffered a scary-looking neck injury during his match against Seth Rollins at Night of Champions.

The former WCW and TNA Champion took a turnbuckle powerbomb from Rollins badly and collapsed to the ground in his attempt to win the WWE World Heavyweight Championship.

The Vigilante's injury seemed to be a pretty serious one, but, less than two months after he suffered it, Sting could be back in a WWE ring again.


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Joining Forces

According to a report from the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, Sting could join The Undertaker and Kane as they look to take on The Wyatt Family at Survivor Series.

Apparently, it seems that Sting has been cleared to make a return to the squared circle and he could get involved to help out the two WWE legends as they look for revenge on Bray Wyatt and his family.

Getting Revenge

The Wyatt's started this feud by attacking Undertaker after his match against Brock Lesnar at Hell in a Cell, carrying him out of the arena. They then did the exact same thing to Demon Kane on Monday Night Raw, before Bray declared this week that he had harvested the two's power.

The original thought is that this would end up being a 4-on-4 Survivor Series matchup, with two more stars joining Taker and Kane to face off against Bray, Luke Harper, Erick Rowan and Brawn Strowman.

However, it is becoming a possibility that if the WWE don't put Sting and one other in the match, then the Brothers of Destruction could face the Wyatt's in a 4-on-2 elimination match.

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