- The Los Angeles Times ran an interview with Sting this past weekend to promote Bound For Glory. Here are some of the highlights.
On how much longer he plans to wrestle:
“Right now I honestly don’t know how to answer that question. There are so many things to consider that I haven’t thought about it. Sunday night will factor in.”
Which talent he sees as the face of TNA five years from now:
“Certainly my opponent on Sunday (Styles). There is so much talent in the company right now that it could be one of many young guys we have today. I’ve wrestled against guys like Samoa Joe and Matt Morgan who have shown they have what it takes to be at the top.”
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