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WWE news: Sting says he wants Undertaker at ‘Wrestlemania 31’

Sting appeared on “WWE Monday Night Raw” this week in a video advertising the upcoming WWE 2K15 video game. There was also a number of WWE rumors that indicated that the WWE was selling Sting memorabilia at the event, making it look like Sting has signed a deal. Sting did an interview with The Mirror on Tuesday and said that he didn’t want to retire before he had a chance to work in the WWE and he wants The Undertaker at “Wrestlemania 31.”

WWE news: Sting says he wants Undertaker at ‘Wrestlemania 31’
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It isn’t new that Sting wants to wrestle The Undertaker. He said when he left TNA Impact Wrestling that he only had one match left that he wanted to wrestle, and that match is against The Undertaker. With The Streak ended at “Wrestlemania 30” by Brock Lesnar, Undertaker and Sting could actually fight at “Wrestlemania 31” with no stigma of a streak clouding the match. It would be one of the last dream matches in the WWE as well.

Through the Monday Night War between WWE and WCW, Sting was clearly the face of WCW while Undertaker was what Sting called “a status in wrestling and the WWE that is second to none.” It would be the one big WWE vs. WCW match that many fans wanted but never received. If Sting has anything to say about it, that could happen at “Wrestlemania 31” in San Francisco. However, it all depends on The Undertaker.

After the match with Brock Lesnar, Undertaker had to take a trip to the hospital with a major concussion. It was such a big deal that Vince McMahon actually left the show to go to the hospital with Undertaker. After everything was said and done, Undertaker has made it clear that he might be finished with professional wrestling. However, a match with Sting might be enough to bring him back because neither man would have to worry about the intensity that Undertaker’s last match entailed.

With the Sting appearance on this week’s “WWE Monday Night Raw,” the thought of a Sting vs. Undertaker match is alive again. There is a great chance Sting will enter the WWE Hall of Fame, if not in 2015 than in 2016. Now, the WWE news that Sting might get one last match is the final bit of information that his fans need to receive.