Scott Hall thinks Sting isn't comfortable in WWE

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He is the first inductee into the WWE Hall of Fame class of 2016, He has competed in two matches in WWE and he has never won one.

Sting's WWE career is certainly not a good one and it hasn't helped to appease those who questioned his decision to join the company that put the company where he was 'The Franchise' out of business.

Honest opinion?

Everyone has an opinion on Sting's WWE career, from his debut at Survivor Series 2014 to his first ever match at WrestleMania XXXI and his loss and major injury at the hands of Seth Rollins at Night of Champions 2015.


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One man who has been sharing his opinions on Sting is Scott Hall - a founding member of the NWO and one of Sting's long time rivals.

The picture that Hall paints is not one that makes the Vigilante like a passionate member of the WWE roster.

Hall recounts his experiences of Sting's WrestleMania XXXI loss to Triple H and gives one curious confession about Sting.

"it’s the Kliq and the New Age Outlaws out there, and we all know each other. And then there’s Sting, who doesn’t know anybody. He’s an outsider." - Hall on Sting heading into WrestleMania XXXI

If Hall is right and Sting isn't comfortable in the WWE, he has been excellent in hiding it during his promos whenever he has actually been on WWE TV.

Sting would lose the match to Triple H after outside interference from the members of D-Generation X and the three original NWO members, but Hall shared an interested story.

"I looked at Hulk, and Hulk looked at me, and I was thinking, ‘Sting, what kind of lawyer do you have, bro? You’re coming in the door doing a job? You weren’t even guaranteed to go over?’ That’s Vince just reminding you who won, even if he’s going to make money the other way.”

Will he be back?

Sting is currently one name on a very long list of injuries for the WWE after he suffered a serious back injury at the hands of former WWE World Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins.

He will however be inducted into the hall of fame on the night before WrestleMania 32 and we can assume that he will be in attendance at the show itself.

Whether or not Sting will be back in action by WrestleMania is another question, but it seems like the entire WWE Universe want to see him win at least one match.

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