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WWE News: Sting teases one final match against The Undertaker

This would be a match for the ages if it does happen.


Sting retired from wrestling in 2016
Sting retired from wrestling in 2016

What's the story?

In what is exciting news for WWE and pro wrestling fans, Sting recently said that he would like to have one final match in the WWE, against WWE Legend, The Undertaker.

In case you didn't know...

For the majority of his career, Sting wrestled outside of the WWE, in WCW and TNA before making the switch to the WWE in the fag end of his career in 2014.

Also Read: Why did Sting never join WWE in his glory years

After his match against Seth Rollins at the Night of Champions PPV in 2015, where he suffered a legitimate injury, Sting announced his retirement from professional wrestling after being inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2016.

The heart of the matter

At the Wales Comic Con recently, Sting once again reiterated his desire to have a match with The Undertaker before hanging up his wrestling boots for good.

“I have never said ‘one more match’ ever. I’d like to have one more match, I’d like to have that Undertaker match," said the former 6-time WCW World Heavyweight Champion.

He also went on to reveal why he put off his surgery as he still ached to wrestle with The Deadman: “The only reason I held off on the surgery is because I had guys like Stone Cold saying don’t do it."

Sting also went on to say that he does't have any side effects from not getting the surgery and that it doesn't bother him.

What's next?

The current status of The Undertaker in the WWE is still unknown, but there have been rumours doing the rounds that the WWE Legend could make a return to face off against Roman Reigns and to avenge his defeat at the hands of The Big Dog.

Author's take

A match between Sting and The Undertaker is a mouthwatering prospect and one that would bring in fans who are not very interested in the current product. It would be a travesty if we won't witness these two living legends of the pro wrestling business fight it out one last time.

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