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Sting Talks About Staying with TNA & Why He Has Wrestled for So Long

Sting was recently spoke to Brandon Baxter of Jonesboro, Arkansas’ 101.7 Kiss FM. Here are some highlights from their interview.

Why He Has Stayed With TNA: “It’s the same answer every time and that is the brand, just love the brand,” Sting said. “It reminded me of the old school WCW and actually launching Monday Nitro and becoming the talk of the town and then talk of the whole wide world, and I saw the same potential here with this group of guys and everyone behind the scenes as well.”

What Has Kept Him Wrestling This Long: “Man, the crowd,” he said. “The crowd is always the ticket, always the key there. I have always had a relationship with the crowd for so many years and, man, any wrestler who denies that is lying to you. The crowd matters. It’s also the guys and the group of people we have and trying to accomplish something, to get the name and brand out there.”

Also during the interview, Sting talks about his toughest opponent, working with Ric Flair and more.

  • Timothy Davis

    Most wrestlers wrestle up to 60+ years old its just that a select few are lucky enough to still have the physical ability to stay mainstream but they never really stop. So kudos to the guys, like Sting, who can still perform at a good level.

  • Johhny

    You know people knock the older wrestlers for sticking around so long,But in reality it is their job it is their career ,It is hard to just up and quit and start a whole new career