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Sting Explains Why He Lost To Triple H At WrestleMania 31

Sting mentioned in his newly released documentary (“Sting – Into The Light”) that the he lost to Triple H at WrestleMania 31 because he felt that it was “the right thing to do” in his last match.

Sting would go on to say throughout the documentary that WrestleMania 31 was supposed to be his last match.

However, WrestleMania 31 was not his last match as he would go on to work a tag team match on RAW and face Seth Rollins at the Night of Champions PPV event.

  • oppa

    He lost because HHH has to beat everyone who was a top guy in WCW. It’s just like the sun has to rise in the east and set in the west each day.

  • Yespage

    Yes, because people still need to sell over HHH.

  • Rob ‘Richard Hammond’ Picken

    Quite frankly the whole Sting in the WWE situation has been a car crash since day 1…

    Fans have been wanting to see this guy in the WWE for years, and the way it’s been handled has been absolutely terrible! I mean why on earth spend al that time on build up making him some “vigilante” coming into do away with the authority bad guys only for HHH to bury him on the biggest show of the year? Followed by feeding him to Seth Rollins later on?

    Honestly he’d have been better staying in TNA (and I’m a WWE fan)

  • TheFizPop

    It was the right thing in terms of character building for HhH, but as he never really celebrated or gloated it, it looked even worse for Sting. Like sure yea I just beat Mr WcW and what? Then to do that ridiculous OMFGG im soo petrified of him when the curtain lifted during the statue segment, well that gave HbK’s selling HH a run for its money.