Originally Posted by D-Gold Standard
because if you watch the video on youtube and look at the rock and booker fued the moment the rock said to booker who the hell are you ? to sting that was a big offence as to wwe the WCW stars are worthless and nothing and b ecause of that he didnt want to work for wwe watch it on youtube
Right. Going off of what D-Gold Standard said
, the issue for Sting was how he would be used in WWE. That is why he didn't make the jump over to WWE during the Invasion angle, or even after it, as so many of the other ex-WCW guys did. That is really where Sting had given sound reasoning for why he didn't join WWE.
One would have to imagine that if Sting were to sign a deal with WWE, he would have reasonable creative control, as well as having the option of working just a Wrestlemania program. So I think that with how close Wrestlemania is, and for Sting's career surely coming to an end soon, he would be used "properly" by WWE.
I know Kevin Nash had an interview on Sirius radio a few days ago where the topic of Sting was brought up and he said that he hasn't spoken to Sting at all recently and doesn't know anything about any talks with WWE. However, he said that the last time he and Sting had spoken about WWE, Nash told him that he needs to try one run in WWE before he hangs it up. He said Sting needs to experience what it is like to be in a company that really knows what they are doing and everything is executed at a top notch level. He also said that Sting not only owes it to himself to have one run in WWE, but owes it to his fans. Take that for what its worth.
Also...I would like to say that I think the most telling piece surrounding this whole Sting to WWE thing, is that Sting has been SILENT about this all. NJ88
made the great point in the 2-21-11 thread and I found it very interesting because Sting really seems like someone who cares about his fans. I doubt that with the obvious parellels that could be drawn between the first 2-21-11 promo and the Sting character, that Sting would not want to set the record straight and disappoint his fans. Furthermore, if Sting really is "so against WWE" which I am not so sure he is, wouldn't he want to call out that WWE is walking a thin line of showing a promo that many would associate with the Sting character?