The Undertaker is an American professional wrestler signed to WWE. He is the company's most tenured performer, and he's also the only remaining active competitor from the very first episode of WWE Raw in 1993. Calaway began his wrestling career with World Class Championship Wrestling (WCCW) in 1984. In 1990, Calaway signed with the World Wrestling Federation and The Undertaker was born. The rest, as they say, was history!
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WWE Fans On Sting’s Next Match
WWE’s website has a new poll asking fans if Sting could have one more match, who should it be against – The Undertaker, Brock Lesnar, The Rock, John Cena, Bray Wyatt, Dean Ambrose, Roman Reigns, Randy Orton, Steve Austin, Kane, Shawn Michaels, Chris Jericho or Triple H in a WrestleMania 31 rematch. With over 12,000 votes, Taker is currently leading with 63%. The next closest are Triple H with 7% , Austin with 5% and Wyatt tied with HBK at 4%.
As this proves. there is still great interest among fans in Taker vs Sting.
- dhanish on September 28th, 2015 says:
sorry no mood for taker vs sting,as i said in my previous comments,i doubt vince giving sting a singles match at wm 32,most probably tag team to the best.
- Anan on September 28th, 2015 says:
I do not for one second believe Sting cares about wins/losses. Prior to his Survivor Series debut, Sting said he’d do whatever WWE wanted him to. Prior to NOC, he did another interview where he said he knows he already had his time. If he REALLY cared abut winning at this point, he’d have negotiated a win prior to signing the deal to join the company or would go to the powers that be and state he would not do the NOC match if he was not going to win. He worked his ass off at WM31 and NOC despite losing both matches. He seems more than happy with it despite not winning the matches. Also, at this point, I think he’s more about leaving with his health intact than winning.
- Thy Serpent on September 29th, 2015 says:
I was speaking more from a statistical point of view. Going by his legendary status, I was expecting him to win against Triple H. His loss against Seth Rollins was expected. It is possible that the number of wins don’t matter to him at this point. It’s just that it would be nice to have him face The Undertaker after he has some convincing wins over a few tough competitors. But it is hard to say how many more WWE matches he has in him if factors like his age and what his contract says is considered.
- shayklia mcneal on September 29th, 2015 says:
makes sense to me
- Anan on September 29th, 2015 says:
The match with Taker has been a desire of his for many years now. Is it a goal? Maybe. JR claims that it is. I think in Sting’s mind, he will have won of he just got that match regardless of who came out of the match as the winner. I agree that Sting should have defeated HHH. Flair and Austin feel the same. But if that loss really bothered Sting, would he at this stage of his life return to WWE again? No probably not. At this point, it’s more of a case of WWE needing Sting more than Sting needing WWE.
I don’t think Sting needs to be built up with “convincing wins over a few though competitors” in order to get to Taker. IMO he’s more than earned the match already. The man’s a HOF’er with a long storied career which includes many Titles and wins over big name talent such as Hogan Flair and others. I mean come o after all, Lesnar in his rookie year, 2002 had two PPV matches in a row against Taker. Mick Foley in his WWF debut year had more than one PPV match and win over Taker. Kane, WM14, his third PPV match under the Kane character and who was his opponent? Taker. Giant Gonzalez’ debut feud was Taker in 1993 as was Khali’s in 2006. Considering all this, while it would be nice to have Sting gets a few wins before facing Taker, does he really need to? No. But it’s a pointless topic/debate now because after his NOC injury, he may not wrestle again and of he does, I think it’s just one more….
- Mike b on October 1st, 2015 says:
I wouldn’t mind match between these two, but after stings two loses he’s a joke. . I’m sooo so tired of Seth Rollins. Vince and triple h has there head so far up Rollins ass. He sucks he’s charater, roman reigns Vince needs to pay more intention too and should of gave sting that match with Roman then Rollins. And least have taker fued with Roman for wm. Vince sucking so far not pushing more Roman instead push him back to shield stuff again. Which is hurting him. Specially after title shot with bronk at wm though they push him more but nope. Vince needs push Roman and fued with taker next wm
- Anan on October 12th, 2015 says:
Really? He is? So his World Titles, wins over Flair, Hogan, etc and all his years as a pro wrestler suddenly don’t matter just because he lost two matches at a point in his career where he’s a legend, future HOF’er with nothing to prove. Yeah ok. Whatever.
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I’m hoping for that match. But after his NOC injury, I don’t know. He said he’s feeling good, but his doctors are saying otherwise.