WWE News: “The Vigilante” Sting at WrestleMania 32?

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Sting at WrestleMania 32?

In a recent report by Inquisitr.com, an update on whether we shall be seeing “The Vigilante” Sting competing at WrestleMania 32 in April 2016 was provided. It reported that whilst nothing has of yet being set in stone or discussed in regards to Sting competing at the event, it is still exceptionally early days to completely rule him out for the event. We shall hopefully begin to get an idea of what direction the WWE are heading in towards in mid-late January around the buildup to the Royal Rumble. Whether or not he is factored into their plans at the moment, there is still plenty of time for him to become en-grained into the plans and end up in a prominent position on the card.

Sting was heavily rumoured throughout the month of November to be returning at Survivor Series to team with Kane and The Undertaker to take on The Wyatt Family, in what would have being an epic encounter and livened up an otherwise dull show. Obviously, and sadly this didn’t happen and we ended up with a bog standard tag team match of two-versus-two but this doesn’t mean he should be ruled out in the future. This obviously depends on the current state of the injury sustained by Sting at Night of Champions against Seth Rollins, an injury which has still not being outright confirmed. The end of the match was, as a massive Sting fan, uncomfortable to watch where he was visibly disorientated due to his injury.

Speaking of his match with Seth Rollins, Steve Borden aka Sting has recently spoken out about this, and heaped nothing but praise on Rollins as confirmed by Rollins in a recent interview as reported on WrestleZone.com, stating:

It’s good to hear from him and I’m glad he actually had some really kind words to say about me as well, so I appreciate that coming from someone I looked up to quite a bit when I was younger.

Hopefully, should Sting be able to recover from his injuries in time for WrestleMania. Here at Wrestling’s Dirty Deeds would love to see him compete on the show, but only in a match that could be used for elevation of a superstar needing to get to the next step. Sting vs. Bray Wyatt has a nice ring to it…

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