Sting has not given any thought of retiring just yet as the future WWE Hall of Famer wanted to get his dream match and that is getting in the ring with The Undertaker, according to the latest WWE rumors.
Wrestling Inc. reported that Sting guested Friday morning over at Good Day Fox 4 and was interviewed by host Lauren Przybyl. The 57-year old wrestler, whose real name is Steve Borden stated that he is not interested in retiring yet. That is, not until he gets a shot at fellow future Hall of Famer The Undertaker. Przybyl posted the same video interview on her Facebook account.
“It’s just talk, that’s all it is. Everybody is talking except for me. TMZ and a lot of people are saying that. I’m undecided. I have a dream match that I want with the Undertaker. If I have my way, it’s going to happen,” Sting said.
Sting stated that it were the fans that fueled the WWE rumors of the “dream match” against The Undertaker and he added that it started long ago when he was still wrestling at WCW.
“It started with the fans. I was always the WCW guy and he was always the WWE guy. Now I’m the WWE guy, and it’s merged and wrestling fans have always wanted to see that,” he said.
WWE rumors of his retirement emerged when he suffered a neck injury during a title match against Seth Rollins in a losing effort at the Night of Champions. He dispelled all rumors two days after the match.
Between the Ropes owner and editor-in-chief Brain Fritz tweeted that wants to wrestle with The Undertaker, which could be his retirement match. But Sting does not want it in an ordinary and regular WWE program, he wants it at Wrestlemania.
The Undertaker is being billed to face Shane McMahon for Wrestlemania 32 while Sting is getting inducted to the WWE Hall of Fame by Rick Flair at a media event on the road to Wrestlemania 32 in Dallas.
Will the WWE rumors of a “dream match” against The Undertaker ever going to happen? Let’s wait and see what the WWE has in store for Sting.
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