Wrestlemania 33 Sting vs The Undertaker. Is it still possible? Or is there something else in store?
By Dean Edward Carayag | Sep 23, 2016 10:26 AM EDT
It was the Night of Champions, Sting vs Seth Rollins. But little did the fans know that everything have changed during that night when Sting received a career-threatening injury. Seth Rollins delivered a risky power bomb that changed Sting's life forever. Or did it?
Steve Borden, also known as Sting, was forced to retire after his injury during that night. He was later inducted at the WWE Hall of Fame right before Wrestlemania 32. Most fans would have dreamed of Sting Vs The Undertaker, and a such a dream match can only be rightfully delivered at the grandest stage of them all, Wrestlemania.
Now taken into perspective, both of these men are already in their fifties and Vince Mchmahon, the WWE Chairman, has denied the idea this to happen. However Sting also mentioned in "Legends with JBL" that he has been doing what he can to convince the physicians otherwise. However most of the words of the physicians mentions that he still needs to undergo surgery.
Even if Sting seems to be healthy, WWE may not allow him to wrestle due to his age. The fact that the Undertaker only performs during Wrestlemania already means that The Deadman himself is close to retirement as well.
However, as much as Sting vs. The Undertaker is more likely to be just a wish, a WWE wishmaker may just have his other dreams come true. According to International Business Times, WWE is more likely to be thinking of John Cena vs The Undertaker. It makes much sense if Undertaker to retire in the hands of the biggest face of WWE.
Undertaker, being one of the best performers for Wrestlemania against the man who's been keeping WWE relevant for years after the Ruthless Aggression era, is basically one of the biggest events that could ever happen in WWE history.
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