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Is It A WWE Retirement Fight? Who Wants To Mess With The Deadman Undertaker at WrestleMania 36?

The Undertaker (Credit: WWE)

WWE pay-per-view event WrestleMania 36 is about to take place in this upcoming month of April, and we know how much Mr. Taker adores WrestleMania, right?

Sting is also aware of the situation as well. Ever since he declared his retirement in 2016 after a neck injury, Sting wants to get out of the break to face the Deadman at WrestleMania 36. In this post, we will take you through the backstage stories of Sting and what we have covered so far. Keep reading.

Sting (Credit: WWE)
Sting (Credit: WWE)

The Icon—Sting started his pro-wrestling journey through the pay-per-view (PPV) event at the Survivor Series back in 2014, and the first glimpse we caught, when he stepped into a crowded ring, confronted Triple H, introduces his Scorpion Death Drop upon him, and makes the herd wondered why?

That’s how Sting debuts his WWE journey, and now he craves one last match with the former superstar, The Undertaker at WrestleMania 36, to finally end his pro-wrestling career. But the most interesting thing that we’ve noticed here is that most of the legendary WWE superstars debuts took place in the ‘Survivor Series.’ Let’s take a quick look.

Survivor Series 1990: Debut of The Undertaker

Survivor Series 1996: Debut of the Rock

Survivor Series 1999: Debut of Kurt Angle

Survivor Series 2014: Debut of Sting

Now Steve Borden or Sting is ultimately ready to “WOOOOO!” toward the Deadman at WrestleMania 36 before he quit his WWE career. But he still believes that the Taker situation is not going ever to happen. As he speaks,

“I think my career is made. I still think about the Taker situation every year, but I don’t think it’s going to happen.” —Said, Sting.

The upcoming WrestleMania 36 might be the end of our Hall of Famer—’STING’.