“The Vigilante” Sting was interviewed following an always raucous Raw after Wrestlemania. WWE lead journalist Renee Young held the honor of speaking with the man in black in the ring after Raw went off the air. As per the usual though, Sting was very cryptic in his responses and left his answer on his future with the company wide open.
The crowd was leaving no prisoners last night in verbally abusing wrestlers, while Big Show may have received the worst of it with “Please Retire” chants echoing the arena. Sting may have received the best with a very endearing “Thank You Sting” coming from the ones in attendance last night. However even the WWE Universe couldn’t elicit insurance that the stinger would return.
Sting said that he doesn’t know what the future holds for him in the WWE and he doesn’t know what opportunities will be provided for him. He added that if the WWE doesn’t utilize his talents further that it would be “too bad” and a “crying shame.”
Then another returning WWE superstar attempted to interrupt Sting’s interview. Bo Dallas came in and addressed the man that crows call in a rather under the radar disrespectful fashion. Bo addressed Sting by calling him by his actual name, Steve, then reminisced on his childhood and how he used to dress like Sting and paint his face in the same fashion.
He added that it was an honor to share the same ring as Sting but then went back to his bread and butter. Bo said that even though Sting lost at Wrestlemania 31 that all he had to do was (you guessed it) BO-Lieve.
However much to the delight of the crowd Sting grabbed Bo and delivered an emphatic Scorpion death drop. However could that have been his last in a WWE ring?
With speculation drawing towards a possible Rock vs Brock 2 match in Dallas for next year’s Wrestlemania 32 or Rock vs Triple H match for the infinite time, where would this place The Undertaker or…. Sting?
Possibly together for a retirement match for both. The pair were linked for a match at this year’s Wrestlemania however those plans were nixed and Sting took on Triple H and Undertaker went over another face of fear, Bray Wyatt. Signs don’t point to Sting retiring from the WWE ring for good, so if he does it will come as quite a surprise to myself and the WWE Universe.