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WWE News: Sting reunites with WWE/WCW legends

Johny Payne
SENIOR ANALYST
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9.82K   //    16 Apr 2018, 00:45 IST

Sting's subtlety has always added to his mystique
Sting's subtlety has always added to his mystique

What’s the story?

Sting reunited with a few WWE/WCW legends over WrestleMania weekend.

Accordingly, Sting has now taken to social media to reveal a photograph of himself with Lex Luger, Mr. Hughes, Mick Foley & Rick Steiner.

In case you didn’t know…

WrestleMania week generally witnesses several professional wrestling events transpire in the city that hosts the WWE’s annual WrestleMania PPV.

In fact, the magnitude of WWE’s biggest yearly show, WrestleMania, is said to be so magnanimous that several other smaller pro-wrestling promotions organize events in the host city throughout WrestleMania week.

The heart of the matter

WCW icon and WWE Hall of Famer Sting, has taken to social media to reveal a photo of him with fellow legends Lex Luger, Mr. Hughes, Mick Foley and Rick Steiner at WrestleCon during WrestleMania 34 weekend.

While Lex Luger is best known for his work in WWE and WCW, Mr. Hughes is widely-respected for his work in WWE, WCW as well as ECW.

Meanwhile, hardcore wrestling legend Mick Foley is no stranger to either of the aforementioned promotions and was present in New Orleans all through WrestleMania weekend.

Furthermore, Rick Steiner, one half of the legendary Steiner Brothers tag team, was also present at the WrestleCon event:

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What’s next?

While Mr. Hughes and Rick Steiner perform sporadically in the independent professional wrestling circuit, Sting, Lex Luger, and Mick Foley have retired from the sport of pro-wrestling.

Author’s take

It’s always great to see our favorite professional wrestling icons get together and reminisce about the time gone by. Truth be told, the era in which the aforementioned talent performed at their peak, was indeed a great time to be a fan of pro-wrestling.

Nostalgia never goes out of fashion, regardless, perhaps the biggest lesson today’s industry can learn from legends of the past is that in order to entertain the fans, character development is just as important as in-ring skills. 

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Johny Payne
SENIOR ANALYST
Martial artist and combat Lover from Goa, India. Can be reached at johnypayne121@gmail.com
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