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Vince McMahon never wanted to see The Undertaker vs Sting


  • Keith Learmonth

    Meltzer sounds just as bad as Vince here, with his “For whatever reason” line.

    You’d think a “wrestling journalist” as “widely respected” as Dave would know that sometimes, a dream match is way more than just the expected workrate.

  • Rob ‘Richard Hammond’ Picken

    Well to be honest both parties are at fault here, Sting declined an offer back in the early 000s and then shortly after mania 17 or 18 (I can’t remember which) and ended up in TNA for years before coming in but at the same time Vince could have booked it easily

  • Soulshroude

    This isn’t about that, It was supposed to be the Deadman vs The “Crow” Sting. Would have been darkness vs darkness. It is a dream match, but the term “pipe dream” is pure speculation.

  • Darrin Tyler

    Pretty much this. Because back then as far as I know Sting wanted no part in WWE again. Wether or not The old bag Vince wanted or not its more or less Steve’s fault. And yes Steve turned 60 6 days ago

  • Rinn13

    It isn’t about what Vince wants, or shouldn’t be. That’s the problem, is that it IS far too often what Vince, the biggest ego in Pro Wrestling history, wants, and NOT what the fans or wrestlers want.

    This match should have happened a decade ago, and Taker should have retired afterward. Vince seems to have zero problems with Taker, who has bad hips, bad knees, a bad back, and is the one thing he once claimed he never wanted to be, a shadow of his former self, still wrestling way past his prime.

    But regardless, this match should have happened.

  • Nicholas Giambattista

    That is a lie and you know it. How long has WWE was trying to get Sting after WCW went out of business. The only person to blame for no Undertaker vs Sting is Sting.