Even if Sting aka Steve Borden only wrestled only one time in the WWE ring in Wrestlemania 31, a year later “the franchise of WCW” will be part of the WWE Hall of Fame Class of 2016 according to Wrestlenewz.com
“We are truly honored to have Sting take his rightful place in the WWE Hall of Fame,” said WWE’s Executive Vice President of Talent, Live Events and Creative, Paul Levesque.
“His contributions to our industry are unprecedented, and we look forward to celebrating his incredible career with fans all over the world.”
Borden will be the first wrestler to be inducted to the Hall of Fame of both TNA and WWE.
The 56-year-old Borden was known as the greatest wrestler who to never perform for the WWE and it was only when he was 54 years of age that he decided to.
With Borden’s resistance to sign a contract, he also expressed his regret that he should have done it sooner in his career.
Sting will be inducted to the WWE Hall of Fame on April 2, 2016. A night before Wrestlemania 32.