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Hi guys :)

Rebook Sting's WWE run with the following rules in mind:

1- Sting's deal is a 3 to 5 matches deal.

2- You have to deal Vince Mcmahon's ego, and maybe Trips and Steph.

4- You have to end the run by either Summerslam or Wrestlemania.

5- Trips needs to be in one of the matches.

Good luck :)
 

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Alright then, I'll play your game.

He debuts the same exact way he did in real life. At Survivor Series, he still comes out and he still Scorpion Death Drops Triple H. But, instead of having their match at WrestleMania 31, they have it at TLC.

TLC - Sting vs. Triple H

Sting and Triple H have pretty much the same match they had at the real life WrestleMania 31. Just without the interferences and without the No Holds Barred stipulation. But, before HHH can hit Sting with his sledgehammer, Sting counters and hits a second Scorpion Death Drop for the win.


TLC to Royal Rumble


During the first RAW of the new year, Sting comes out to announce his participation in the 2015 Royal Rumble match and promises that at WrestleMania, he will win his first WWE World Heavyweight Championship.


The 2015 Royal Rumble Match

At #23, Sting makes his way out, ready and determined to win the Royal Rumble. He goes on a rampage, hitting everyone with his signature bat. He gets in two eliminations before he and Bray Wyatt have a stare off. Wyatt wastes no time in trying to take down the Stinger but he fights back and hits Wyatt with a Scorpion Death Drop before #26. But right when he's about to eliminate Wyatt........

GONG

Familiar druids walk out onto the entryway with a casket. They place it right-side up and The Undertaker makes his first appearance in WWE after Lesnar ended the Streak (think about it like Survivor Series 2005). He doesn't go for anyone but Sting and plants him with a Chokeslam and a Tombstone Piledriver. He then promptly eliminates the Stinger and cuts his throat. Wyatt and Taker then have a staredown (foreshadowing either a match at WrestleMania 32 or Survivor Series) before Taker eliminates himself.



Royal Rumble to FastLane

Sting calls out Taker for FastLane in order to have a little chat but Undertaker refuses to come out to come face to face with Sting again. So, Sting says that he's going to be at FastLane anyway, so unless he wants to stop being a little bitch, he'll show up.



FastLane - Sting and The Undertaker's Confrontation

Sting comes out first and calls out The Deadman immediately. He says that he wants something that each and every last fan has been wanting for over a decade. He wants a match at WrestleMania 31. Undertaker doesn't reply. In order to make Taker come out, Sting says he'll make it No Holds Barred. Undertaker still doesn't reply. Sting then puts in the final nail to his coffin, saying that if he doesn't win against The Undertaker, he will retire. Undertaker finally comes out and comes face-to-face with the Icon. Undertaker and Sting stare each other down, just like HHH and Taker did in 2011. No words, no taunts, just pure hatred for each other that will be unleashed at WrestleMania.


FastLane to WrestleMania

Have Sting and The Undertaker cut dark promos on each other, have this match be billed as the last stand between WWE and WCW with both their creatures of the night finally going to toe-to-toe at the Grandest Stage of Them All. During the RAW before 'Mania, have Sting and The Undertaker cut one last promo on each other in the ring before Undertaker tries to lay him out with a Chokeslam but Sting counters into the Scorpion Death Drop to end the segment, signaling the end for The Undertaker.



WrestleMania 31

The match began with Undertaker and Sting having a long stare down with each other before brawling outside of the ring, Sting delivered a Stinger Splash to Undertaker through a broadcast table. The match went back and forth, as Undertaker delivered a Chokeslam and a Last Ride, but Sting kicked out of both. After, Sting performed a Scorpion Death Drop for a near-fall. Undertaker then performed the Tombstone Piledriver for a near-fall. Sting then hit Undertaker with a chair to the head and locked in the Scorpion Death Lock with Undertaker nearly passing out in the process. After more back and forth action, Sting executed a second Scorpion Death Drop for another near-fall. Sting then tried to hit Undertaker with another but Undertaker counters and hits him with a second Tombstone Piledriver for a near-fall. Undertaker tries to hit a third Tombstone onto Sting but he reverses it and he executed a Tombstone Piledriver of his own for a near-fall. Sting then grabbed his signature bat, but Undertaker applied Hell’s Gate on Sting. Eventually, Sting passed out from the pain, with Undertaker getting the victory. After the match, both men give each other respect before leaving to the back as Sting follows his word and retires.


Aftermath

Next year, Sting goes on to headline the WWE Hall of Fame Class of 2016 while Undertaker goes on to feud with Bray Wyatt, leading to a match at Survivor Series with Wyatt winning the feud and becoming a monster.


Welp, that's how I would've done it. Hope you enjoyed!
 

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1. Doesn't lost to HHH at WM 31.
2. Doesn't take 2 Buckle Bombs against Rollins, still loses.
3. Teams with Taker and Kane at Survivor Series to face the Wyatts.
4. Faces Undertaker at Mania 30 in his last match.
 

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Defeats Helmsley at Wrestlemania 31.

with Cena Defeats The Big Show & Seth Rollins on RAW.

Defeats Rollins at Night Of Champions 2015 then immediately loses it to Sheamus after being cashed in on.

with The Brothers Of Destruction and Finn Balor Defeats The Wyatt Family in a 4 Vs. 4 Elimination match.

Loses to The Undertaker at Wrestlemania 32.

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Survivor Series: The Authority (Triple H, Seth Rollins, Kane, Big Show & Mark Henry) vs. Team Cena (John Cena, Dean Ambrose, Bray Wyatt, Dolph Ziggler & Ryback)
One of Cena's teammates (let's say Ziggler but who cares, really?) are found injured before the match, so a replacement needs to be found. Most of the match is done 4-on-5 but through dumb luck and some dirty tricks, Dean Ambrose makes it to the final two against Seth Rollins. Desperate, Triple H (who was just eliminated himself by DQ to make Dean easy pickings for Seth) comes to ringside and prepares to bash Ambrose's skull in with a sledgehammer, until the lights go out and when they come back into the ring, Sting is staring down Triple H with a baseball bat, revealing he is the fifth man. Sting's bat wins the lightsaber duel against HHH's equalizer, allowing Ambrose to pin his arch-nemesis following Dirty Deeds.

Royal Rumble: Sting vs. Kane
Sting puts down Corporate Kane but is immediately jumped by Rollins and J & J Security. Luckily, The Rock makes the save here and raises Sting's hands to cheers from the Philly crowd.

Fastlane: Sting, John Cena & Roman Reigns vs. The Authority (Seth Rollins, Big Show & Mark Henry)
Rollins is still pissed off at Sting for stealing his other meal ticket besides MITB. Cena and Reigns end up getting the double pin following an AA on Henry and a Spear on Show, respectively. This leaves Seth all alone following the match, so Sting puts him the Scorpion Death Lock. Randy Orton makes his return, dragging his "teammate" to safety.

WrestleMania: The Undertaker vs. Sting
Undertaker has been silent since his streak ended, making it clear he had no desire to wrestle again. But, with The Authority out of power, Sting frequently send messages his way to challenge him. After months of no response, The Deadman accepted the night after Fastlane. The two old gunslingers beat the tar out of each other, but the crucial moment is when Sting considers using his baseball bat to get the long-awaited victory over Undertaker. He refuses and is Tombstoned for his troubles. Both legends embrace after the match, send out vibes that this could've been the last match for both.

Summerslam: Seth Rollins(c) vs. Sting for the WWE Championship
Following what many thought was his final match at Wrestlemania, Sting settled into Kane's old position as Directors of Operations. Along the way, he made Seth's mission to Redesign (the WWE landscape with him at the helm), Rebuild (The Authority with new members like Bad News Barrett and later Sheamus) and Reclaim (power for HHH & Steph) very difficult despite turning away challengers like Randy Orton (uses a Pedigree out of nowhere to retain in a Extreme Rules Match), Roman Reigns (ends in a DQ), Dean Ambrose (Wyatt Family interference) and Brock Lesnar (Kevin Owens interference). With seemingly no one set to face him and high tensions with his GM, Rollins challenges Sting to face him for the title he's never had a chance to hold. Trying to lure Sting's ego, he brings up becoming WWE Champion will cement his legacy and more importantly, shut the champion up for good.

Sting relents and accepts the challenge but not before Seth adds to the stipulation that if he wins, Sting will be removed from his position. Hopefully without breaking Sting's neck, Rollins retains clean as a whistle. A post-match beatdown commences, where The Wyatt Family helps (along with returning Authority who celebrate their inevitable return) until The Undertaker makes his return to save Sting, setting up a title match with Rollins inside HIAC and then a feud with Bray Wyatt immediately afterwards for SSeries.

While The Deadman stares down Bray and Rollins, he goes to check on Sting but The Stinger is nowhere to be found (a spotlight shines on the rafters where a crow oversees the chaos), leaving his signature baseball bat behind which Undertaker uses to point at his new adversaries. Eventually, it falls into Rollins' hands as not only a weapon but a trophy (since he did retire Sting), later to be used when he feuds with Triple H as a callback to their feud out of respect.
 

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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.
 

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Survivor Series 2014

Sting debuts the same way he did.

Royal Rumble 2015

Sting vs. Triple H

Goes down the same way it did at WM 31 with DX and NWO interference for a Monday Night War throwback but Sting comes out the winner instead with The Scorpion Death Lock.

Royal Rumble Match (only a small cameo, doesn't count as a proper match for him)

Sting isn't done for the night however as he enters the Royal Rumble match as a surprise entrant. As does The Undertaker. Undertaker and Sting have their first big meeting in the Rumble and fight. Undertaker and Sting end up eliminating each other at the same time.

Fast Lane 2015

Sting comes out and thanks for the fans for their support against The Authority and says he had a heck of a time at the Rumble. Sting teases retiring until the light goes out and the gong is heard and Undertaker comes out to confront Sting. Taker and Sting stare at each other then stare up at the Wrestlemania sign, signalling that it's finally on between the two on at Wrestlemania.

Wrestlemania 31

Sting vs. The Undertaker

The Undertaker takes the win over Sting with a Tombstone Piledriver and the two legends embrace after the match, showing respect for each other.

Raw (June 2015)

Bray Wyatt has been left off the Money In The Bank card and throws out a challenge to Sting, which goes unanswered for a week or two until Sting reappears and accepts Wyatt's challenge for Money In The Bank.

Money In The Bank 2015

Sting vs. Bray Wyatt

The Stinger gets the win with The Scorpion Death Drop and Bray Wyatt goes on to cost Roman Reigns the Money In The Bank match later to start up their feud.

Raw (July 2015)

Sting states his intention to go for the WWE Title for the first time ever in his career but John Cena interrupts and also states his intention to go for the WWE Title. Sting and Cena can't come to an agreement on who should get the shot and suggest they do battle at Summerslam to determine who should go on to face Seth Rollins for the title, which Sting accepts.

Summerslam 2015

Sting vs. John Cena

It's a big match between the Franchise of WCW and the current Franchise of WWE and Sting beats Cena with The Scorpion Death Drop and shakes hands with Cena after the match.

Night Of Champions 2015

Sting vs. Seth Rollins for the WWE Championship

With Sting having beaten Cena at Summerslam, he gets the WWE Title shot against Rollins but comes up short and Rollins retains the title.

And the rest is history with Sting going into the Hall Of Fame at Wrestlemania 32.
 

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Anything that has him wrestle the Undertaker is fine. Hell book everything exactly the same up until Wrestlemania 31. The next night he gives a retirement speech and the gongs go off. All they had to do was put him in a ring and hit the Undertaker's music. Nothing else was required of them for it to have worked.
 

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I think it's universally agreed, with the exception of Vince & Trips, that Sting losing at Mania was one of the dumbest booking decisions in the history of dumb booking decisions.

Stings run pretty much booked itself and it's amazing how much WWE fucked it up.

- Beat Trips
- Lose to Rollins
- Beat the Wyatts (why not everyone else does :p)
- Lose to Taker

It was is an easy run to book, but, you know, WWE fpalm
 

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Post Survivor Series RAW

RAW kicks off with Sting coming down to the ring, in which he explains his actions at Survivor Series. Sting will reflect on the death of WCW, and that ultimately what lead to the company's demise was the egos of those in charge, that they couldn't stop themselves from interfering and it resulted in a corrupt, doomed company. Sting knows how dangerous such a scenario is, and he had seen all the red flags from WCW now appearing in WWE.

Therefore, the Stinger had to bring an end to The Authority. To SAVE WWE, the company that he had spent over a decade avoiding. Sting will address the fact that he had avoided the company, citing the politics as his primary reason. It was now perhaps too late for him to become WWE Champion, to truly benefit from the death of The Authoriy, but now other stars would be free to EARN respect, like in the old days.

Seth Rollins comes out to confront Sting, absolutely furious with him for costing him the match at Survivor Series. Rollins will challenge Sting to a match for TLC, but Sting will say that he isn't the man Seth should be worried about, no, it should be the man who PINNED him last night. Ziggler comes out and the pair immediately begin to brawl, Big Show rushes out to help Seth but is struck with Sting's bat, and the segment ends with Ziggler Superkicking Rollins out of the ring, standing tall alongside Sting.

Tables, Ladders and Chairs 2014
I understand this isn't the most exhilarating match Sting could have, but he will go one on one with Big Show. I pretty much just want to get him a win here, so he'll batter Big Show in 5 minutes and make him submit to the Scorpion Deathlock. Throw in Seth Rollins at ringside, watching on as Sting kills his heavy.

Meanwhile, Seth Rollins with battle Dolph Ziggler in a TLC Match with the Money in the Bank Briefcase on the line, and Rollins will of course win the match and retain ownership of the contract, but only after interference from J & J Security.

Royal Rumble 2015
Following TLC, Big Show will be fired by Rollins (as his bodyguard) for being useless. Rollins will of course earn entry into the Royal Rumble Match, as well as Dolph Ziggler, who continues feuding with Rollins. Sting will continue his crusade against the corruptions of WWE by saving Ziggler from a 3 on 1 beatdown at the hands of Rollins and J & J Security, finally announcing that he too shall enter the Royal Rumble Match. With The Authority not coming back, we will have a nice face GM, someone like Teddy Long.

On the night Sting will be interviewed about what the Royal Rumble means to him, Stinger answering that it represents perhaps his one and only shot at becoming WWE Champion and cementing himself as one of history's greatest, and so he will give EVERYTHING in order to make sure he heads to WrestleMania. In the WWE Championship match, Brock Lesnar will decisively defeat John Cena.

The Rumble will come down to a final six of Rollins, Ambrose, Reigns, Bryan, Sting and a surprise #30 entrant, Triple H! Sting and Trips will stare each other down and begin to brawl, but they don't get to fight long before the other four competitors get involved and it all descends into chaos. Sting will eliminate Triple H, only to be immediately attacked from behind and then eliminated by Seth Rollins, ending his hopes of heading to WrestleMania. Rollins will continue to play a chicken-shit heel, eliminating both Ambrose and Bryan whilst they are fighting on the apron. This will hopefully get Rollins a lot of heat, making Roman's eventual victory less outrageous.

Fast Lane

Following Royal Rumble Triple H challenges Sting to a match at Mania, desperate to exact some revenge on the man who cost him his position of power. Sting will of course accept the challenge, and at Fast Lane the pair will involve themselves in Rollins and Ziggler's match, the match ultimately ending in No Contest. Rollins, Hunter and J & J will beat the babyfaces down until Randy Orton returns to make the save, setting up Orton and Rollins' WM match while Ziggler transitions into the IC Title programme.

WrestleMania 31

Sting defeats Triple H clean with the Death Drop. No interference from random factions that barely relate to the feud.

SummerSlam

Seth Rollins will be in the midst of his run with the title when Sting returns, demanding a shot at the title. Seth will reject it first, but Sting will persuade him by making him aware that if Seth is the one to KILL Sting, he is better than Triple H. He is a LEGEND. Etc. Seth agrees to the match.

At the event, Seth defeats Sting clean with the Curbstomp.

WrestleMania 32
And finally, Sting faces The Undertaker in his final wrestling match. This will be done for the commercial potential alone, and despite it probably being a fairly bad match it'll be an amazing dream battle between two of wrestling's greatest icons. Sting will fall victim to The Undertaker, while Shane McMahon can find someone else to do high spots with.
 
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