It was reported a few days ago that future WWE Hall of Famer Sting would be officially announcing his retirement from pro wrestling during his WWE Hall of Fame induction the night before Wrestlemania 32 in Dallas, Texas.

However, that report is now being renounced from the man himself, and Stinger is claiming something different about his wrestling status.

After speaking with, Sting has revealed on camera that he is not”officially retired” and that the recent rumors are not accurate. He said the following to TMZ cameras:

“My neck is okay. I’m not officially retired. There’s a lot of rumors out there, but I’m not officially retired.”

Sting also declined to give his opinion on Hulk Hogan’s recent victory in court over Gawker this weekend, but he’s put the rumors about his retirement to bed for now.

Sting is not officially retiring, which is really good news for anyone who was let down by the false report about the end of his career.

If the possibility is there for him to get back into the ring, it doesn’t close the door on future matches with Bray Wyatt, The Undertaker, or any other WWE superstars.

It’s unconfirmed if Sting will ever wrestle for WWE again, but he’s made it clear that he is not hanging up the boots and one blue moon, he could be back in the ring.

Do you think it’s a good idea for Sting to keep wrestling?


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