Wretlemania: The IWC Still Wants Sting and Undertaker at Mania

Ed_CapContributor IIIFebruary 24, 2011

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - JUNE 15. The Undertaker enters the arena during WWE Smackdown at Acer Arena on June 15, 2008 in Sydney, Australia.  (Photo by Gaye Gerard/Getty Images)
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So the 2/21/11 was finally answered, and The Undertaker showed up with the crowd happy to welcome him. Shortly after his return, Triple H made his return as well, and it was glaringly obvious that Triple H will attempt to end the legendary streak.

What was really disappointing is that even though the entire world knew it was The Undertaker, the IWC was still pulling for Sting. We all saw The Undertaker's face in the promo but people were still not convinced. There were two people in the promo and the other one is Sting.

But it's not. We should all accept the fact that Sting is not WWE bound. 

It all boils down to one question. Why? Why are we so adamant that Sting would appear in the WWE?

A Triple H/Undertaker match at Wrestlemania is good. No doubt about it, it could sell. But wouldn't it be more exciting if Sting makes his WWE debut at Wrestlemania against The Undertaker? It's one of those dream matches that people always wanted to see.

Andre the Giant vs. The Big Show.

John Cena vs. The Rock.

Sting vs. The Undertaker.

It's an epic match and it can top any Wrestlemania moment. It's a damn shame that Vince Mcmahon cannot see it. I am kind of convinced that the WWE is playing for kids, and I know my six year old John Cena niece doesn't know who in the blue hell Sting is.

It's really disappointing that no effort was directed to even try and get Sting. I once wrote in another article that the WWE is making fun of the IWC and this one just takes the cake.

The WWE should listen to the IWC for once and realize a door of opportunity when it's open. Sting is a free agent, and it's really obvious that nothing can top the retirement of Shawn Michaels last year.

Except this.

A Triple H/Undertaker feud is something the WWE has already done. Why do something we've already seen? Unless Triple H bleeds more than he did the last, time then WWE is not breaking any ground.


You really can't blame the IWC for concocting this conspiracy theory of Sting entering the WWE. After all, Wrestlemania is set at WCW's home, Sting is a WCW grown superstar and The Undertaker is known for resting people in peace. It's like killing WCW all over again.

I know for a fact that Vince loves that the story is literally written for a Sting/Undertaker feud. It's a no brainer. Any WWE smart mark could've written a storyline.

Geez WWE. Stop disappointing your 18+ demographic.