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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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    Exclusive interview: Sting on the Hall of Fame, his WWE experience and whether he has competed in his final match

    The following is a Sting interview with WWE.com in its entirety, published on WWE.com on March 22, 2016.

    Since his shocking first appearance at Survivor Series 2014, Sting’s time with WWE has been as turbulent as it’s been triumphant. From his WrestleMania thriller with Triple H, to his unfortunate injury against Seth Rollins at Night of Champions 2015, Sting has truly run the gamut during his 16-month run with WWE. Now, with just a few weeks before he becomes forever immortalized in the WWE Hall of Fame, and with rumors swirling about his in-ring future, The Icon sits down with WWE.com to reflect on the past and look ahead to the future.

    WWE.COM: During interviews you have given in recent months you revealed that surgery was on the table as a potential option in the wake of the spinal injuries you sustained during your Night of Champions 2015 match with Seth Rollins. Did you ultimately have surgery?

    STING: I actually did not have surgery. Two neurologists [Dr. Joseph Maroon and one in Houston] were saying the same thing. The side effects you’re supposed to have, I’m not really having any. I’m feeling good [and] completely normal.

    WWE.COM: With that in mind, it had been reported that you were diagnosed with spinal stenosis. Is that diagnosis now inaccurate?

    STING: I am not saying that is inaccurate. I’m agreeing there probably is spinal stenosis or cervical spinal stenosis. I have had certain doctors tell me, “You know, so many athletes of all ages, they’ve got this. They deal with it to some degree or another.” I had one doctor here tell me, “You’re fine, you’re okay — you don’t have anything to worry about.” And then wrestlers say, “I’d see this doctor.” “No, I’d see this one over there.” I’m telling you, it’s just craziness. So I’m thinking, as long as I’m feeling good, why am I going to do anything? And the one thing everyone has said is don’t go under the knife unless you absolutely have to.

    WWE.COM: Had you not had this injury setback last September, do you think we would have you seen performing at WrestleMania this year? Or, is that just too tough a question to answer because of all the variables?

    STING: Oh no, it’s an easy one to answer: Yes. If I had my way, yes, of course. I would have loved to have done one more WrestleMania and I would have called it quits at that point. The Undertaker match — that’s what I wanted to do.

    WWE.COM: Had there been any early discussions prior to the injury of what your role could be at WrestleMania 32? Or, was it just something that you had in your mind?

    STING: Yes, it was in my mind, of course, but everyone knew that I definitely wanted to have that one match. And, of course, WrestleMania would have been the place to do it. But, I got hurt and the rest is history.

    WWE.COM: Now that we are only a few weeks out, are you starting to get excited for your WWE Hall of Fame induction?

    STING: Oh, absolutely. I got a really good taste of WrestleMania Weekend and what it’s all about last year, and you don’t really understand the scope of it unless you’re actually in it and participating in it — whether you’re a fan, [Superstar] or behind the cameras. But yeah, everywhere I go people are talking about the Hall of Fame. This is huge. I mean, American Airlines Center sells out in one day? It’s crazy.

    WWE.COM: What was your reaction when you found out you were going to be inducted?

    STING: Well, this is something that [WWE and I] had talked about already. [Triple H] said, “If this, this and this happens, would you consider being inducted?” And I said, “Yes, absolutely.” [So] I knew there was at least talk about it, but bottom line: It really is an honor.

    WWE.COM: Is it kind of strange for you think about that after all of these years being the franchise of WCW, that you are going to be inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame?

    STING: It is and that can be shocking if you think about it. After all the years — let’s just say decades — I end up at WrestleMania last year, [have] a WWE World Heavyweight Title Match against Seth [Rollins] and then [enter the] Hall of Fame, all under WWE’s umbrella. Who would have ever guessed? I really wouldn’t have. And, especially now, knowing the depth of the WWE Hall of Fame and the significance of it. It’s way bigger than I ever thought that it was. I knew it was big, don’t get me wrong, but this is just enormous. As I understand it, Vince likes to treat this just as importantly as WrestleMania.

    WWE.COM: Have you thought about your speech and the message you want to get across that night?

    STING: Oh yeah, I have, and it’s nerve-wracking, for sure. I know there have been lots of different styles, and sometimes there are guys that have a lot to say [laughs]. But really, the main thing I want to do is just say, “Thank you.” That’s really it. Thank you to the fans, wrestlers, my wife, my kids, God. I’m very grateful for 30 years, I really am — and especially to the fans. That’s probably going to be the gist of what I want to say. I know they love to hear stories — and there are plenty of stories that I could tell, trust me — but, it’s mainly going to be my time to say, “Thank you.”

    WWE.COM: How would you sum up this first year-and-a-half you’ve had with WWE? Has anything surprised you? Any regrets?

    STING: It’s more than what I’ve anticipated. I didn’t have any idea that I would be treated with as much enthusiasm and respect by everybody. And I mean everybody. I don’t have a complaint anywhere. If I tried I couldn’t come up with a complaint, I really couldn’t. I have been treated very professionally by everyone and I have tried to, of course, reciprocate. I hope I’m known for that — that I’m trustworthy and going to be loyal to my employer. I found out firsthand just how top-notch this company is. Just world class, period. I’ve never worked for an organization like this. WCW in its heyday could not scratch the surface of this. Not even close.

    WWE.COM: Hypothetically speaking, if your Night of Champions 2015 match against Seth Rollins was to be the last match you ever wrestled, would you be content with that being how you went out?

    STING: Well, of course I would. You know, somebody of Seth’s caliber … World Title … WWE … pay-per-view. What a way to go out. You couldn’t ask for more.

    WWE.COM: Last question: There has been a lot of discussion recently, but, as of today, in your opinion, do you ever think we will see Sting wrestle again?

    STING: I have to say it: The only thing for sure about Sting is nothing’s for sure.

    source: WWE.com

    Great interview. WM and Summerslam are the biggest PPV’s of the year for WWE, promotion-wise, build-wise, and quality-wise. The only appeal to the RR is the RR match itself while WM and Summerslam have more than one match with good build and anticipation in the minds of fans. With that said, while WM is definitely the best place for Taker vs Sting, wouldn’t mind at all if it happens at Summerslam.

    Some of the users here stated they called TMZ’s Sting Retirement rumor as inaccurate. True enough. Not to brag or be egotistical, but I called Sting being content with his career, WWE run and the NOC match against Rollins being his last if it turns to be his last match and going into the HOF this year. Regarding what he said about his match against Seth Rollins, it just proves he doesn’t care about losing like the fans do. I’ve been saying Taker, Sting and those veterans don’t care about losing as winning/losing isn’t important to them and they shouldn’t. They’re actively giving back by elevating whoever they’re in the ring with. It’s been that way for many years now. About Sting’s HOF induction this year, who honestly didn’t see that one coming?

    Post Discussion
    • Anthony on March 24th, 2016 says:

      Happy 51st B-DAY to the CONSCIENCE of the WWE

    • HTM on March 24th, 2016 says:

      Sting: The Undertaker match — that’s what I wanted to do.


    • yousif on March 24th, 2016 says:

      I think sting is a great wrestler .
      And he still got it ..

      About the dream match against the undertaker . I really don’t think this is time for it. There was a time and that time is gone now ..
      I think instead of undertaker vs sting . We should think of undertaker and sting teaming up in as dream match to see together before Thier retirement .

    • Mike b on March 25th, 2016 says:

      Wellll maybe next year, let sting deal with issues get well least for him do one more one more match and course what sting and rest of the world wants taker/sting. Then sting and perhapes taker retires.. Thou Vince says could be takers last that doesn’t mean it will be.. Most of u fans think taker won’t retire yet and be completely different kind of story then this with Shane. So who knows