Re: Rebook Sting's WWE run.
Okay, here we go:
Survivor Series: Sting debuts exactly as it happened.
Wrestlemania 31: Sting vs. Triple H (Match 1)
Match goes exactly as it did, all the DX/nWo bells and whistles. Trips wins with the sledgehammer, but does not shake his hand. HHH leaves with a triumphant DX. Back in the ring, nWo help Sting to their feet. Crowd gives Sting a standing ovation. Cole: "Was this the last time we'll see the Icon, Sting?"
WWE Raw in August: No. 1 Contenders Battle Royal (Match 2)
John Cena became WWE Champion by beating Seth Rollins at Battleground, much to the chagrin of the Authority. They were going to award Seth Rollins a rematch for Summerslam, but Rollins mouths off too much to Hunter and Steph- "where were you guys etc" and the Authority decide that Seth must earn his opportunity, and the main event for Raw is a No. 1 Contenders Battle Royal, open to all former world champions. Sting makes his first appearance since Mania to enter the Battle Royal! Seth enlists J & J Security to help him eliminate much of the field. Final 4 of Seth, Sting, Big Show and Sheamus. Corporate Kane comes out to help eliminate Show and Sheamus. Seth is giddy... until Kane turns to glare at Rollins. "Wait, Kane is a former world champion!" exclaims Cole. Kane tosses out Rollins and J & J Security. As Seth yells at Kane from the floor, Sting dumps Kane over the top rope to get a shot at Summerslam!
Summerslam 2015: WWE Championship: John Cena vs. Sting (Match 3)
Face vs. face build-up, billed as Icon vs. Icon. Cena talks about his fandom of Sting growing up and they show pictures of Cena with bleach blond hair ala early 90s Sting. The Summerslam match is back and forth, with Sting surprising Cena with his power. Eventually, Sting reverses Cena's AA attempt into the Scorpion Death Drop for the clean win. Sting is the WWE Champion! Big celebration, Sting gets the confetti and fireworks... and just as the show is signing off, Seth Rollins attacks him from behind. Curb Stomp on the stage!
Raw: The next night, the Authority, still aggravated with Rollins from earlier in the month, call Rollins out to the ring to explain his actions against Sting. Hunter breaks into a smile after starting to take Seth to task, and said he thought he was rid of Sting forever at Mania, but the future, Seth, can finish the job he started at Night of Champions.
Night of Champions: WWE Championship: Sting vs. Seth Rollins (Match 4)
No bucklebombs! Sting kicks out of not one, but two Curb Stomps. A weary, but defiant Sting pulls himself to his feet using Rollins as a post, who uses the Pedigree for the first time to win back the WWE Championship.
Survivor Series: Wyatts vs. Brothers of Destruction happens largely as it did. Following Kane and Taker's win, Cole asks, "After 25 years, what is left for the Undertaker?" The lights go out, and a spotlight shines on Sting, watching from the rafters.
Royal Rumble 2016: Undertaker declares that Wrestlemania 32 will be his last match, and he intends to go out on top as the WWE Champion. He gets to the final two but is eliminated by Roman Reigns.
Raw the next night: Undertaker is advertised to make an important announcement about his career. Speculation runs wild that he is retiring early. As Taker begins what appears to be a retirement speech, he is interrupted by the entrance of Sting, who simply says, "you've got one more match in you, Deadman."
Wrestlemania 32: Undertaker vs. Sting (Match 5)
Although it's face vs. face, tensions rise and the Mania match becomes No DQ. After two Scorpion Death Drops, Sting resorts to a bat shot to the skull- but before Sting can cover, Taker sits up! Undertaker hits the Tombstone to end the match, and his own career.
Post-match, a despondent Sting holds his bat, staring at it in a daze. Taker gets in his face, and after milking it, they shake hands. The lights go out, and when they turn back on, Sting is gone, but his bat remains lying in the ring. Undertaker soaks in the cheers and puts his coat and hat back on, re-enters the ring and strikes the classic Taker pose. Lights go out briefly, but when they come back on, Taker is still standing there. He takes off the hat, gloves and coat. He leaves the ring to the sounds of 100,000 chanting "Thank you, Taker."
Both Sting and Taker enter the Hall of Fame Class of 2017.
Last edited by Rookie of the Year; 08-15-2017 at 02:05 AM.