#4 Former WWE Superstar Sting
At Survivor Series 2014, the unthinkable happened and WCW legend Sting final made his WWE debut in one of the most surprising moments in pro wrestling history. Sting was one of the biggest WCW stars to not come to WWE following WCW's purchase, and he soon went to TNA to resume his career. Sting's WWE career didn't last long and he was done with wrestling after his WWE World Heavyweight title outing with Seth Rollins. A few months ago, Sting teased a return by posting a cryptic message on Twitter and asked fans who wanted to take a 'last' ride with him.
As was expected, this didn't amount to anything and didn't lead to a return. Sting suffered a legitimate injury during his match with Rollins, which made sure that he wouldn't return to the ring again. Currently, Sting is 61-years-old and it's safe to say that The Franchise is done with pro wrestling for good. Sting was one of the biggest babyfaces in the history of this business, and his feud against nWo in the late 90s were a major reason why WCW was toppling WWE in the rating war.Published 19 Oct 2020, 11:16 IST