At this year's Hall of Fame ceremony, wrestling icon Sting announced his retirement from the industry, but it's clear he still has a dream of returning to the squared circle.
His retirement came after suffering a serious neck injury at the hands of Seth Rollins, who hit him with the buckle bomb, at last year's Night of Champions.
Sting had only just joined WWE, debuting at last year's WrestleMania when he took on Triple H, but sadly his career in World Wrestling Entertainment was cut short.
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The veteran was never going to be with the company for long, but he was expected to have at least a few 'Mania matches, with one of them likely to be against The Undertaker.
The dream bout was always going to be Sting vs Undertaker. The Icon vs The Deadman, but sadly, due to his serious injury, it looks like that encounter will never happen.
However, speaking on a WWE Network show, Sting has hinted that he hasn't given up on the dream of having one more match.
During an episode of 'Legends', a show hosted by SmackDown LIVE commentator JBL, Sting revealed he's feeling normal after his serious injury, and hinted that he's still got unfinished business with WWE.
After being pressed by JBL, Sting spoke about his desire to face Taker, and he admitted it was a match he always wanted to have.
He also stated it's a match he thinks all WWE fans will want to see.
Sting said: “Yeah, that’s the unfinished business. I’ve always wanted to have that match. I know wrestling fans have always wanted to see it too.”
The big question will be whether WWE allow Sting to have a match once again. Officials are very safe when it comes to superstar's safety, and the veteran could be denied his dream encounter due to his neck injury.
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