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TNA Wrestler Highly Skeptical Of Sting Joining WWE

One TNA wrestler is ‘highly skeptical’ about the possibility of Sting joining World Wrestling Entertainment since the multi-time wrestling champion has openly expressed mistrust when it comes to working for Vince McMahon. Sting feels he has to be carried through matches, and he’s developed a level of trust with several TNA wrestlers.

Many people within the industry consider Sting to be absent minded in the squared circle. Wrestlers who have worked with him over the years have stated that he often forgets spots and has to be carried by his opponents.

TNA Wrestling officials have been quiet regarding Sting’s status. People often in the know of TNA’s wheelings and dealings say they are unaware of Sting re-signing with the company. However, it’s considered possible that he has re-signed with TNA since company president Dixie Carter is the main reason he has re-signed with the organization in the past. It’s become an annual joke within TNA that creative will be told to work on Sting’s retirement angle only to have Carter inform them that she signed him to a new one-year contract.

source: Pro Wrestling Torch

  • shawn

    not only that sting might get confused but he might not want uptight people telling him to do this and that this way etc. that might be his perception after hearing stories about the wwe. maybe he worries too much by not taking the easy money(legends deal) or he wants to do work at tna.

  • CC

    Well for someone who has to “be carried” through matches and forgets what to do in the ring, the guy has had a career that most wrestlers will only dream about.
    If this has always been the case, then it wouldnt matter to Sting if he went to WWE as its no different to when he first joined TNA or WCW, or when he works on the indy circuit.

    At some point or another, all his opponents were first time for him, so why should it be any different in WWE?

    And lets face it, the top guys in WWE know how to carry someone else.
    Working with guys like Taker, HHH or Edge for example, would probably be a lot safer than working with some of the guys in TNA
    And even the likes of Orton and Cena are seasoned enough now to know how to call matches.

    Calling matches may not come naturally to rookies, but most wrestlers can call matches when they have enough experience.
    You dont spend as much time on the road as a WWE wrestler does, and not learn how to call a match (with the exception of the really untalented ones like Khali).


    he isnt going to come to mania and lose to the undertaker.

    for fuck sake get it into your heads.

    theres no basis for a storyline there.

  • Ronald

    I guess if Sting does come in, it should just be a on-off type thing. Undertaker at ‘Mania is probably best, seeing as ‘Taker is a fantastic worker and can walk the greenest rookie through a match. Other than someone like Shawn Michaels (who’s retired), I’m not sure how many other guys in WWE right now could lead someone like Sting in a match. Cena? No chance. Orton? Maybe, but probably not. Miz? LOL

    Also, unless Sting wants to be a commentator or something, he should stay far, far away from TNA. Please, Sting, just retire or sign a Legends deal with WWE (if you need money).

  • Trixie

    @## LOL that’s funny!

  • ##

    This Sting joining WWE stuff is reminds me of the Bret Farve will he or won’t he retire thing. Yes it’s getting that annoying….

  • mj

    WHAT A JOKE! tna has to change FAST!