Back in 2014, the WWE were finally able to say Sting has appeared on our programming.
For years and years, the WCW legend refused to cross the divide and rejected every chance at joining World Wrestling Entertainment, but that all changed.
During Team Cena vs Team Authority at Survivor Series in 2014, with Triple H hitting a pedigree on Dolph Ziggler and pulling Seth Rollins over The Showoff's body, it looked like Team Authority were going to win.
However, Sting had different ideas.
His music hit and he made his long-awaited WWE debut, coming to the aid of Ziggler and helping Team Cena pick up the victory.
It was the arrival of Sting, and it had been a long time coming.
Fast forward a couple of years, Sting has competed at WrestleMania, he's had a WWE Championship match, and he's been inducted into the Hall of Fame.
Despite losing both his big matches, to Triple H at 'Mania and to Rollins at Night of Champions, Sting was still inducted into the Hall of Fame and that is where he officially announced his retirement from wrestling.
An illustrious career came to an end, or so it seemed.
Recently, Sting appeared at the Unioto High School Gym in Chillicothe, Ohio, and was asked about his wrestling future and whether he can see himself having one more match.
The reason Sting decided to retire was due to the serious neck injury he sustained during his match with Rollins at Night of Champions.
However, when asked about a potential return match, he said: “At this point, I don’t know.”
It's well documented that Sting wants that dream match with The Undertaker as it's something he deems as unfinished business.