Sting Negotiating w/ WWE; Hogan Signed?

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    Re: Sting Negotiating w/ WWE; Hogan Signed?

    Post by 2kNikk on Sat Apr 12, 2014 12:40 pm

    JustSkiff wrote:Sting can renew his feud with Christian Cage.

    Will Cage bring in Steiner?
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    Re: Sting Negotiating w/ WWE; Hogan Signed?

    Post by dragondragon on Sat Apr 12, 2014 12:46 pm

    2kNikk wrote:
    JustSkiff wrote:Sting can renew his feud with Christian Cage.

    Will Cage bring in Steiner?

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    Re: Sting Negotiating w/ WWE; Hogan Signed?

    Post by Spudz on Sat Apr 12, 2014 6:23 pm

    SATURDAY'S NEWS UPDATE

    --An update on a story in the current Observer. On the Sting/WWE deal, WWE sent Sting his contract several days ago, but as of yesterday, he had not returned it. The belief is they were on terms and an agreement is in place, but as of yesterday, pen to paper on Sting's side hadn't been returned. There is no indication of any serious hold-up at least from the WWE side. Those in the company even before WrestleMania were working with the impression he was on board.
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    Re: Sting Negotiating w/ WWE; Hogan Signed?

    Post by Xero on Sat Apr 12, 2014 7:38 pm

    That potential Undertaker/Sting match lost a lot of steam this past Wrestlemania.  Maybe he's a little hesitant at this point.
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    Re: Sting Negotiating w/ WWE; Hogan Signed?

    Post by GenericMartini on Sat Apr 12, 2014 8:31 pm

    I think if anything the Sting/Taker match benefits from his loss. Puts a lot less pressure on Sting to show up and put on a decent match.
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    Post by CapitalTTruth on Sat Apr 12, 2014 9:12 pm

    I really don't want them to do Sting vs Taker. Unless Taker's health somehow improves before next year, I just don't see it as being worth it. To me, the myth behind the match is more satisfying than them going out and putting on a shitty match. I think Taker should just walk away. If sting has matches in the E he really needs to be in there with guys that can carry most of the match. HHH and the Rock are two obvious possibilities. Kane isn't a bad choice. Hell, I'd even be for Brock vs Sting.


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    Re: Sting Negotiating w/ WWE; Hogan Signed?

    Post by Xero on Sat Apr 12, 2014 9:45 pm

    GenericMartini wrote:I think if anything the Sting/Taker match benefits from his loss. Puts a lot less pressure on Sting to show up and put on a decent match.

    Assuming Undertaker isn't retired.  

    Still, I'm mainly just playing devil's advocate here.

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    Re: Sting Negotiating w/ WWE; Hogan Signed?

    Post by The PhenomenalBullyOne on Sun Apr 13, 2014 5:57 am

    I don't think Sting is going to do it now. He might go somewhere else i think or just retire either way. He could pop up in ROH for one night and end RD Evans streak?
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    Re: Sting Negotiating w/ WWE; Hogan Signed?

    Post by RefChrist on Mon Apr 14, 2014 1:45 pm

    #JOINTHEFORCE
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    Re: Sting Negotiating w/ WWE; Hogan Signed?

    Post by dragondragon on Mon Apr 14, 2014 2:50 pm

    RefChrist wrote:#JOINTHEFORCE


    No, god no. That'd be tragicomic however.


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    Re: Sting Negotiating w/ WWE; Hogan Signed?

    Post by RefChrist on Mon Apr 14, 2014 3:46 pm

    Perfect senerio: Undertaker retires, Voids his WWE contract. Sting avoids a WWE contract. Sting Versus Undertaker on the first ever Global Force Wrestling show, That would put buts in the seats and piss Vince off to no end, Thus the world is a just place.
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    RefChrist wrote:Perfect senerio: Undertaker retires, Voids his WWE contract. Sting avoids a WWE contract. Sting Versus Undertaker on the first ever Global Force Wrestling show, That would put buts in the seats and piss Vince off to no end, Thus the world is a just place.


    1. Undertaker would never wrestle outside of WWE and wouldn't be able to use the Undertaker character if he did.. Fans wouldn't want see Sting vs. Mark Calaway

    2. GFW would better off signing several of the best indy talent then to use Sting in any role..

    3. no matter if Sting wrestles a match or not he would probably make the most money signing that WWE deal...The money he would get just for merchandise alone I imagine would be a decent amount...

    As a long time fan of Sting ..I think he deserves as much money he can get in his bank account, to be in front of a real crowd again atleast once chanting for him.. I can't wait to mark out big time when/if he shows on WWE.

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    Re: Sting Negotiating w/ WWE; Hogan Signed?

    Post by phoynexz on Mon Apr 14, 2014 7:55 pm

    Then again, this might not be a contract to wrestle. Legends contract? Possibly just securing a deal now to put him in the hall next year.
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    Re: Sting Negotiating w/ WWE; Hogan Signed?

    Post by RefChrist on Tue Apr 15, 2014 11:45 am

    See Spudz, I think he deserves to go into retirement as the one major star in this business who never signed with the WWE. And now that Taker has lost and all of the prestige and fluff is gone, he may be having second thoughts again. Its bad enough they can sell the footage of him in wcw but he may just maybe that one final hold out... I hope.
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    Post by CapitalTTruth on Tue Apr 15, 2014 11:54 am

    RefChrist's hatred of WWE leads to some of the most outlandish fantasy booking I have ever seen. It is stunning. Sting vs Taker on GFW?!?!?! Jeff Jarrett isn't even that bold!

    In all seriousness, I get your desire to see Sting as the one holdout. But I prefer to look at this for what it does for Sting, not what it does for the fans. The WWE is a way for sting to get more money, more royalty checks in the future, and that white hot moment in the sun that he deserves. It is a chance to have real crowds cheer for him once again. With luck, it is the chance to have 60,000+ chant "Thank You Sting" next year at wrestlemania. I don't hold the visceral hatred for the E that you do, but you have to admit that Sting deserves nice things and signing with the WWE is the best way to give Sting the glory and the money he deserves.


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    Re: Sting Negotiating w/ WWE; Hogan Signed?

    Post by JustSkiff on Tue Apr 15, 2014 1:27 pm

    RefChrist wrote:Perfect senerio: Undertaker retires, Voids his WWE contract. Sting avoids a WWE contract. Sting Versus Undertaker on the first ever Global Force Wrestling show, That would put buts in the seats and piss Vince off to no end, Thus the world is a just place.

    Oh man GWF really is turning into an EWR save.
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    Re: Sting Negotiating w/ WWE; Hogan Signed?

    Post by RefChrist on Tue Apr 15, 2014 3:56 pm

    CapitalTTruth wrote:RefChrist's hatred of WWE leads to some of the most outlandish fantasy booking I have ever seen. It is stunning.  Sting vs Taker on GFW?!?!?! Jeff Jarrett isn't even that bold!

    In all seriousness, I get your desire to see Sting as the one holdout. But I prefer to look at this for what it does for Sting, not what it does for the fans. The WWE is a way for sting to get more money, more royalty checks in the future, and that white hot moment in the sun that he deserves. It is a chance to have real crowds cheer for him once again. With luck, it is the chance to have 60,000+ chant "Thank You Sting" next year at wrestlemania. I don't hold the visceral hatred for the E that you do, but you have to admit that Sting deserves nice things and signing with the WWE is the best way to give Sting the glory and the money he deserves.

    Honestly, I cannot disagree with you on all of those points. That is probably how most fans see it, it is definitely how Vince sees it and how he has been trying to sell it too Sting. Hell It is probably how Sting even sees it. I just don't agree with the philosophy. It is probably the last match or matches of his career, I'm sure he's financially stable and it would be sad if he finally did this just for the money. Its like selling your soul the day before you die. I see it as one last chance to say "Fuck you Vince, You have never and will never own me".
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    Re: Sting Negotiating w/ WWE; Hogan Signed?

    Post by Swarles on Tue Apr 15, 2014 3:59 pm

    If there is one thing on earth me and christ can agree about, it's that we really don't want to see Sting in WWE. Granted our reasons are probably a lot different.


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    Re: Sting Negotiating w/ WWE; Hogan Signed?

    Post by Spudz on Tue Apr 15, 2014 11:19 pm

    Look who was on the WWE network's Warrior special

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    Re: Sting Negotiating w/ WWE; Hogan Signed?

    Post by Stroke on Wed Apr 16, 2014 12:23 am

    I'm glad the first words of Sting are talking about Tuna and Orange Juice.


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    Re: Sting Negotiating w/ WWE; Hogan Signed?

    Post by dragondragon on Wed Apr 16, 2014 12:56 am

    Sting in the e would be weird but his other alternative right now is a bunch of guys talking a great game (kinda) with no evidence in the slightest to back it up. From a, I hope you and your family are well off stance, I hope sting finally signs with Titan


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    Post by CapitalTTruth on Wed Apr 16, 2014 9:26 am

    Welp it looks like it is more or less a matter of "how?", not "if?".


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    Re: Sting Negotiating w/ WWE; Hogan Signed?

    Post by Indy on Wed Apr 16, 2014 3:43 pm

    I want to see Jadaveon Clowney not sign with the NFL. I just want him to be one of the greatest football players never to go to the league. He deserves that.
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    Re: Sting Negotiating w/ WWE; Hogan Signed?

    Post by RefChrist on Wed Apr 16, 2014 3:59 pm

    If there were ever true Alternatives to the WWE like there was in the 90's and 2000's then I would understand that philosophy Indy but that wasn't the case.

    Now if you said you wanted to see him not sign with the Cowboys or Patriots, That would make more sense. That is one of my biggest complaints with the wrestling world stuck on the dick of Vince Mcmahon, He is not the only promoter in the world. Just because he is the biggest doesn't mean he is the only. You can make a living in wrestling without Vince. People need to realize that he is not the fucking wrestling god everyone thinks he is and that there is something else.

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