During a recent interview with Al Arabiya English to promote the brand new WWE 2K18 video game, WWE Hall of Famer Sting discussed a number of different topics, including revealing the reason why it appears a much-wanted match against The Undertaker at WWE WrestleMania never took place.
Below is what Sting had to say about it:
"We’ve had a brief conversation, and I just told him, I said, 'Man, I just always wanted to have that match.' It wasn’t necessarily reciprocated so I’m not sure where he stands or if he had any interest at all, to be quite honest. But I did. I don’t mind saying."
Sting also had the following to say about other different topics:
His Feelings Regarding WWE Using Old WCW Pay-Per-View Names
"Yeah it’s funny too. I don’t think I’ve ever heard the word ‘reconciled’ used, but that’s a good word. When you said ‘reconciled’ I instantly thought of the match I had with HHH at Levi Stadium at WrestleMania in California with the NWO and D-Generation X. Everybody in the ring at the same time, on the same night—that’s something that no one in the world ever believed could happen and it happened. In a sense it was almost a reconciliation that happened that night."
Is His Relationship with Vince McMahon Better Today than it Was in the Past?
"Absolutely. In the early years I always felt that he wanted me to undermine WCW as the number one reason. The number two reason was to have me on his roster. I didn’t want it to be that way. Maybe I was wrong. Then in later years, when I made a phone call and said, hey have you turned the page? The rest is history. He’s just treated me fantastic, every step of the way. Really, everybody has."
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