Originally posted by TheG0RE49er:
Originally posted by 228niner:
Originally posted by robniner:
Originally posted by monsterzero789:
As much as I love sting, I don't really see the point of bringing him in. Its pretty much just a way for Vince to stroke his ego over finally landing the big fish. There's no way taker would drop the streak to someone who hasn't ever been in WWE. And I really can't see Sting saying "ok Vince, after all these years I'm ready to be jobbed out to Ambros". I just don't see the fit unless you are gonna see a title run
Then once again, it is H who is now doing the deals these days. There is no way that RVD and the great Bruno Sammertino would agree to anything as long as Vince is dealing with the contracts. H pulled the impossible and got Bruno to rekindle his relationship with the company. H is also the one behind the unexpected RVD deal that no one saw coming.
It seems that H is not Vince so wrestlers who did not want to do business with Vince are doing business because someone else is running that part of the operation
Sting is not coming back to put any young talent, he would only come back for a big time match or program with an established talent
then he can stay gone. he's 55, has no business feuding for titles, but a match against undertaker would be interesting.
I really think that is how this has to go down. Maybe, he does a spot here and there on the road to WM 30, but if I was running the show, I would want to use the time to inform the uninformed (young fans) just who "the Icon" is/was and why he deserves a shot at Undertaker. The beauty of Sting and Undertaker is that he is a big enough draw to beat the deadman (though, I don't see it happening) or if he does lose, he can do so in the fallen hero sort of fashion. Remember, they both wrestled in NWA/WCW before. So, you have all kinds of story-lines you can create and manipulate.
I would reiterate though, you use Sting sparingly, you limit his and the Undertaker's mic time, and by all means, you rest him up for what should be the most important match of his career.
Under no certain terms is he coming back to put any young talent over. He has done that enough throughout his career. This is about legacy; this is not about titles, the man has more World Titles than many of the WWE greats combined; this is about the man named Sting and his place amongst the greats. (-----That is how you have Jim Ross sell it. Don't waste this match on any other announcer for God's sake.
[ Edited by fropwns on Jul 3, 2013 at 3:29 PM ]