People have been fantasy booking Sting for years, with much of it being a pipe dream. The biggest star to never compete for WWE has finally arrived though. While much of this fantasy booking will most likely stay a fantasy, it is fun to know that much of this could actually take place now.
Bret Hart came back. Ultimate Warrior came back. The Streak was ended. Sting debuted in WWE. Wait…Sting debuted in WWE? Any longtime wrestling fan has dreamed of this day. Even if you aren’t necessarily a Sting mark, the sheer magnitude of this is something to truly appreciate and take in.
The rumors came up nearly every year like clockwork. Sting’s TNA contract is up. Will he finally jump ship? Every year Sting would remain in Dixieland. Not anymore. It finally happened.
Sting squared off against Triple H in a WWE ring at one of WWE’s biggest events. I am hear to tell you why that is a bad thing.
Canada. America’s Hat. Home to Hockey, Health Care, and the Hart’s.
Canada has produced some of the very best in the professional wrestling business. Something is in the water up north. The country is still a veritable breeding ground for great workers. This list is the ten best Canadian wrestlers of all time.
WCW. Ted Turner’s baby. The place where the big boys played. I bled WWF growing up and never watched much WCW at all. Mostly everything I know about WCW has come from watching clips and shows after the company had shut down. That doesn’t mean I can’t be an authority on WCW talent though. Here I will run down the ten very best WCW guys. Most these men did have runs with other companies but this will strictly be based on what they did during their time in Turnerland. Check out the list after the jump.
Hulk Hogan has consistently been posted about on the dirt sheets for years now. Whether it was about him going to TNA, his sex tape, or his current contract situation. It seems you can at least count on one Hogan post a day. He is still one of, if not the, biggest name in professional wrestling. Hogan has been grabbing recent headlines due to his contract expiring with TNA. Rumors quickly began swirling about a possible return to WWE. As of this writing the Hulkster is still a free agent. Apparently he has been in talks with WWE but reportedly the company low balled Hogan. He was featured in ads for Bound For Glory but was quickly removed and didn’t appear on the show. It seems that Hulk Hogan is the only one who knows what is happening to Hulk Hogan, maybe.