Getting ignored by SCOTT STEINER
Join Date: Dec 2011
Re: Aces & Eights Discussion Thread
In theory nothing. He was on the heel side for most of it. Its not the audience fault TNA couldn't position him as a heel. Was Kane a face during 97 and 98, because we eventually found out that Undertaker actually did burn the funeral home down? Its all about what the audience see at home. They didn't know Sting turning heel was a means to an end. They just saw him beating babyfaces up with baseball bats. And the casual viewer who doesn't know every last detail on TNA storylines has seen Sting position in the heel camp several times over the years. Turning Sting is pointless.
Also why would Sting allow them to beat the shit out of him? And if Sting has such a huge master plan, why did he give up his General Manager position? If he wanted to bring in a lot of guys he could have done it then. Sting turning makes 0.1% sense.
Last edited by Diesel_Power; 10-13-2012 at 05:03 PM.