Sting (Wrestler) shares his name with another man named Sting, who just happens to be one of the
greatest musicians in history. Sting was never a wrestling fan growing up. However, he attended a
wrestling event and became an instant fan. Sting would go on to become the face of WCW.
Sting and Ric Flair put on a memorable performance at the first ever Clash of The Champions that
established Sting as a top star. The two men would wage many battles over the course of their time
together, including the very final WCW match. Sting would go on to wage some great wars in the
years that would follow as the franchise player for WCW, against Vader, The Giant, Mick Foley and
Sting would undergo a transformation to take on the now, when he adopted the ‘Crow’ persona.
Sting would descend from the rafters with a baseball bat to take out his opponents in the nWo. This
would lead to Sting vs. Hollywood Hogan at Starrcade 97, which did record business for the
company. Sting would stay with the company to the very end.
Even when WCW shut shop, Sting would choose to show up at TNA instead of going to WWE. Sting
would stay with TNA through thick and thin, becoming the first inductee into the TNA Hall of Fame in
WWE Run and Retirement
Sting had an ill fated run in WWE, first losing to Triple H in his debut match and then, having his
career ended at Clash of Champions in the year 2015. He was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in
2016. Sting announced his retirement from wrestling on that day, owing to the injuries he’d
sustained over the course of his career.