LordsofPain.net is reporting that Sting has signed with the WWE

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Sting has indeed signed a deal with WWE. There’s no word yet on details regarding what role he will play but he is scheduled to be on TV, but not right away.

It’s said that the deal has been close to being done for a while but now it has been signed. Sting’s assumption was that he would work with The Undertaker, which many expected, but that’s up in the air with Taker’s future now in question.

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Sting Q&A highlights from his appearance in London, England

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Sting Q&A highlights from his appearance in London, England:

Rihan of the Road to WrestleMania 30 blog in the UK attended Sting’s Q&A show at Camden Highlight Club in London last night. He noted that Sting got a great ovation and was very tight lipped about his future but it appeared that he’s signed with WWE based on some answers that were given. A playlist from the Q&A is above and Rihan passed along these highlights:

* He want to face The Undertaker in his last match. He’s not interested in fighting other opponents in WWE or independent promotions* He was on YouTube doing research by watching the Undertaker vs. Shawn Michaels match

* Hasn’t watched the TNA product since he left, but has been purposefully (his exact words) watching RAW for the past few weeks

More videos available on YouTube from Sting’s appearance!

Bob’s Random Rumblings: Bob’s opinion on Sting

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The rumors are spreading about Sting jumping ship to the WWE after decades of never jumping ship. But is there enough to care about him?

A couple of years ago I was without a doubt interested in seeing Sting jump to the WWE. The vignettes that aired had me thinking it was Sting, instead, it was just the Undertaker.

There is one thing that comes to mind for me, though. People love to hate John Cena because he is stale and boring or can’t wrestle, but Sting gets all this interest. My question is… why?

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Recent Sting interview

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TNA Hall of Famer Sting recently spoke to MuscleandFitness about new DVD with Brian Bosworth, “Revelation Road.” Here are some highlights of what he said about:

Becoming “Born Again” In 1998: “In August of 1998 my life was turned upside down. I gave my life to Jesus Christ who became my Lord and Savior, right at the peak of my career where I had all the money and power and fame you could ever want. It’s just like in this movie. God kept trying to reach me, to open my eyes. And I was like, “Don’t talk to me about Jesus. My life is fine.” But in August of 1998, I had a moment of truth with a confession I made to my wife. There was drugs, alcohol, adultery, the whole package, and I wound up coming clean and confessing it all.”

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Recent Sting interview

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TNA Hall of Famer Sting appeared on Kentucky Sports Radio on WKJK-AM 1080 over the weekend. Here are some highlights:

- It was mentioned that Sting’s Son, Steven Borden, is a LB for the University of Kentucky.

- They hyped the TNA Impact taping in Louisville for July 18 and the TNA Base Brawl event in Lexington this Saturday before the interview. Sting said fans would see some of the best in a different setting.

- Sting said he’s not really focused on capturing the TNA World title at this time.

- When asked who his dream opponents would be, Sting mentioned the Undertaker and Shawn Michaels.

- He named his 3 favorite matches of all time:  Clash of Champions I vs Ric Flair, Great American Bash 1990 vs Ric Flair, Starrcade 1997 vs Hulk Hogan.

- Sting says he’s never seen the movie “The Wrester” in its entirety. He’s seen parts of it, which he said showed the seedy side of the industry. However, he did say the industry has cleaned up a lot and says Mickey Rourke did a great job.

WWE.com presents: 20 ridiculous WCW moments you may have missed


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The refined gentlemen in the WWEClassics.com office have been rewatching old WCW shows as a profession for years and we’ve stumbled upon more than a few dopey moments we can’t believe we missed the first time around. Everyone remembers when David Arquette won the WCW Title, but what about the night Scott Steiner set attack dogs on Sting? Or that time Hulk Hogan got into an endlessly quotable confrontation with The Wall, who just happened to be standing on the top of a hotel a mile away from The Hulkster?

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