Wrestling Revealed


Sting and Undertaker teaming

For the longest time, WWE fans have been yearning to see Sting and Undertaker battling another at Wrestlemania. Well, they might be seeing the two of them together in a ring very soon. Rumors are floating around that management could call upon Sting to make a return so that he can team up with Undertaker and Kane as they take on the Wyatt Family at the Survivor Series.
November 5, 2015
Charles Robinson

Sting requesting referee

When he worked his Wrestlemania match against Triple H, Sting made a request to management. He wanted Charles Robinson, whom he was very familiar with from their time together in WCW, to be the referee. WWE gladly obliged. It is interesting to note that when he worked his title match at Night of Champions against Seth Rollins, Robinson was not the referee for the match.
October 24, 2015

Sting in the Royal Rumble

Initially, the belief was that we would not see Sting again until Wrestlemania rolls around, especially since he suffered some injuries while working a title match against Seth Rollins. Rumors are now floating around that the legendary WCW star might be brought in for the Royal Rumble. WWE is especially concerned with drastically declining numbers, so his presence at the pay per view might be of some assistance.
October 22, 2015
Bray Wyatt

Sting vs Bray Wyatt

A post on YouTube where WWE simulates a match between Sting and Bray Wyatt by using new action figures that they are trying to promote. Rumors have been floating around that this is a potential match that could take place at Wrestlemania in Dallas.
October 14, 2015
Triple H

HHH hogging spotlight

There is some concern within WWE over the roles that Triple H has been giving himself. Even though he was the right guy for the part because of his in ring abilities and name value, some questioned if he should have been the one to work with Sting in his debut match. HHH is also penciled in to work with The Rock at Wrestlemania, so a decent amount of people are going to silently accuse him of putting himself in the biggest spotlight.
October 1, 2015

Monday Night Raw changes

Something big is supposed to happen on Monday Night Raw tonight, as rumors spread that WWE was going to be setting up huge matches at Wrestlemania. However, those plans are being changed at the moment. The writers are left to scramble a bit before the show starts since Undertaker decided to go back home to Texas instead of making an appearance. Sting, however, is still there.
August 24, 2015

Sting returning to WWE

After he worked his historic match at Wrestlemania, Sting revealed to fans that he was open to making a return if WWE were to come up with something suitable. It looks like the two sides have it figured out now, as the former world heavyweight champion is reportedly going to be working Summerslam. He will appear on television prior to the pay per view to promote his involvement.
July 16, 2015

Sting at Summerslam

While the topic has not been brought up much lately, WWE is still interested in using Sting at Summerslam. They just have not been able to figure out how they want to make that happen. There are those backstage that want to save him for Wrestlemania, but there are others who are pushing to bring him back because they feel that the former world heavyweight champion can be utilized to help increase the amount of subscribers that they have.
June 7, 2015
Scott Steiner

Steiner challenges Hogan

In a rather interesting development, Scott Steiner has challenged Hulk Hogan to come to the Legends of Wrestling event on June 7, 2015 in New York. Steiner states that Hogan's biggest claim to fame is body slamming Andre the Giant at Wrestlemania decades ago. He is putting up a million dollars out of his own pocket to say that Hogan cannot body slam him now. Of course, Steiner also threatened to attack Hogan if he does show up in the ring.
May 20, 2015

Sting son gets NFL tryout

During this time of the year, hundreds of athletes try to make their dreams come true by impressing an NFL team enough to earn a roster spot when the season starts in the fall. A young tight end from the University of Kentucky is doing just that with the Kansas City Chiefs. His name is Steven Borden. For those that are not aware, he has a pretty famous father that just worked a match at Wrestlemania. He is the man called Sting.
May 17, 2015