Historically, WrestleMania has proven itself to be the stage of which dream matches come to life before our eyes. Matches such as Hulk Hogan vs. Andre The Giant, Hogan vs. The Ultimate Warrior, Hogan vs. The Rock and The Rock vs. John Cena, all were matches that at one point we thought we would never see, but our wishes came about.
In previous articles, we here at Rant Sports have toyed with the possible match placement of The Undertaker taking on Sting. While the majority of fans feel that this may not come about, it may be too early to rule it out.
In a recent interview with VOC Nation Radio Network, Sting spoke very candidly about his current contractual status with TNA and his overt desire to have a match with The Undertaker at WrestleMania. Sting was unfiltered when he expressed that this was the one wrestler that he has always wanted to be in the ring with and to work WrestleMania.
Sting mentioned how indifferent he was and is about him being in the TNA Hall of Fame, feeling as if this was TNA’s way of making him retire. Despite TNA President Dixie Carter’s assurance that this was not the case, it’s still a bit unsettling when he considers the way he was just booked for Slammiversary against TNA World Champion Bully Ray.
As mentioned here before, Sting doing a WWE run would be the perfect punctuation to an already illustrious career. In my opinion Sting owes it to himself to make this final run with the WWE, since WWE would make his final bow memorable. The WWE would not only make sure he has the show stealing moment at WrestleMania with a match against The Undertaker, but in addition to that he will have new merchandise created, a two part DVD collection and a spot in the WWE Hall of Fame.
This is Sting’s desire, his passion and his dream and to not allow this to be your exit would be less than beneficial. However, Sting has been in the business for almost 30 years now so you have to trust that his instincts about his next move are going to be the right one. It’s only a matter of time until this trigger is pulled. Only time will tell.
Maurice D. Proffit is a Writer for Rant Sports