More on Reports of Sting-WWE, Correction on Tonight’s NXT, Holly

– Former WWE star Bob “Hardcore Holly” turns 51 years old today.

– In a correction from earlier, tonight’s WWE NXT will not be headlined by Bo Dallas and Adrian Neville in a Beat The Clock match. They will have their contract signing for the February 27th special tonight. NXT will also feature CJ Parker vs. The Miz, Colin Cassaday vs. Tyler Breeze and as noted, Bayley vs. Sasha Banks and Corey Graves vs. Camacho.

– For what it’s worth, writer Anthony DiMoro also reports that Sting has signed a deal with WWE. DiMoro wrote:

“I have heard it from a good source that Sting and WWE have actually agreed to a deal, including a WWE Hall of Fame induction. The Hall of Fame induction may not come in 2014, but possibly 2015 as WWE may want to feature Sting and get the fanbase familiar with him on WWE Television over the next year so that his induction is even more special. I anticipate a career DVD will also be in the mix later this year as well as a heavy presence of Sting on WWE Network.”

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  • Fast Eddie

    Sting is a wrestling GOD!

  • The huntress in the night

    As long as there is a lot of pre-crow Sting I’m into the dvd idea.

    • Carter Williams

      There should be, the majority of his career was pre-crow was it not? Pre-Crow was when he had his biggest matches so I would see them doing a heavy focus on that. Might even get a match or two from when him and Warrior were partners.

      • Dan Iacovelli

        Sting didn’t go Crow until late 90’s to current
        I would be interested in the dvd if it was from early on up to end of wcw

        • Carter Williams

          That’s essentially what I was saying. The man has had a long career, could probably have 2 DVD’s made. The first one focusing on the early days to the mid 90’s then another showing the last days of the bright and colorful up to the end of WCW. I don’t recall him actually wrestling too much after he went crow, mostly just run-ins.

          • Dan Iacovelli

            he wrestled over seas in a defucnt fed feration wreslting all stars or something before TNA

          • Carter Williams

            Oh really? Didn’t know that, thought he was just kind of taking it easy since WCW went under then finally got talked into TNA by someone.

          • Dan Iacovelli

            the fed didn’t last long it hd jj in as well

  • Sean

    I Love Sting but someone explain why everyone want Sting Vs Undertaker not complaining just curious

    • Carter Williams

      I think it’s because they are 2 living legends and icons in the business who have never faced each other. I think it would have been better if they could have gotten Sting a few years ago when him and Taker were both a bit younger. They’re both getting on in years and I don’t know about Sting but Taker is pretty beat up these days. I still think it would be a good match, not as good as it could have been but it should still be good.

      • Sean

        Agreed I think if there were to be a match then it would most definently heavily rely on the segments leading up to wrestlemania and just the pure excitement of seeing sting and undertaker plus im sure they could both put on a a good show

        • Carter Williams

          Everything reported so far is that if they do go with Sting/Taker it wouldn’t be until next WM as it’s still apparently Lesnar vs Taker for this year. A match between the two icons would definitely benefit from some heavy build up starting right around the Rumble. What they should do is give Taker somebody a bit easier to work with this year, let him rest up and get healthy for the rest of the year. That way he can be in as good of shape as possible for next year.

    • Zuckerton

      Undertaker is like THE GUY for WWE, he’s been with them Since the beginning, he was in the Main Event of the very first episode of RAW.

      Sting was the FRANCHISE of WCW. He wasn’t in the Main Event of the first episode of Nitro, but he was in the second to the last match, defeating Ric Flair to retain the US Title.

      Back during the Monday Night Wars, Undertaker and Sting were two of the biggest names in their respective organizations and (after Sting adopted the Crow look), seemed to have similar gimmicks.

      This is why fans have been dreaming of a Sting vs Undertaker match for nearly 20 years.