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Sting Reportedly Signs WWE Deal, Also Includes Hall Of Fame Induction, More

– For what it’s worth, writer Anthony DiMoro also reports that Sting has signed a deal with WWE. DiMoro wrote:

“I have heard it from a good source that Sting and WWE have actually agreed to a deal, including a WWE Hall of Fame induction. The Hall of Fame induction may not come in 2014, but possibly 2015 as WWE may want to feature Sting and get the fanbase familiar with him on WWE Television over the next year so that his induction is even more special. I anticipate a career DVD will also be in the mix later this year as well as a heavy presence of Sting on WWE Network.”

  • Jesus Ortiz

    Saying anything is better is a cheap answer.

  • Nicholas Giambattista

    Better then anything TNA is doing. I mean nobody even cares what they do in TNA anymore. Heck everybody leaving TNA now because they know it a lost cause the guy that put TNA together has left TNA. They buried the legacy of Sting almost ruin RVD they can’t even push there young talent right. Hey at least WWE is pushing there young talent. Oh don’t tell me that TNA is now pushing there young talent because now nobody like I said really cares.

  • Jesus Ortiz

    If tna is crap, then what would you call what the wwe is putting out?!?!?!?

  • Nicholas Giambattista

    Most years I would not believe this but this one may very well be true. Why because the Warrior may have a little something to do with this also the fact that TNA is very crappy right now probably wants to end his career on a high note. If it just a 1 year it will be worth it wish he did this in his prime but I will still mark out when this happen.

  • Tim

    Its because his yearly one year deal expires every January. Its seems to be truer this year than most though. I hope it happens even if its just limited appearances and 10 years too late – at least.

  • TruthBTold

    Indeed, it’s no coincidence that these rumors always start coming around near WrestleMania time, just like last year and the year before. Why? Because their product absolutely sucks and they need to rely on cheap tactics like this to hopefully get their viewership back up.

  • Rob ‘Richard Hammond’ Picken

    I call bullish**