WWE WrestleMania 27: Would Sting Be Undertaker's 19th Victim?

Micheal RobinsonSenior Analyst IIFebruary 1, 2011

The idea of Sting making his debut in the WWE and taking on The Undertaker at WrestleMania 27 has taken a life of its own.

A "Tales From The Crypt" like promo on Raw that showed the date of February 21, 2011, has the WWE Universe buzzing.

A dark figure walking on a stormy night, near a creepy looking house.  By now, you have probably seen it.

The question is, who is it?

This date would be a Monday Night Raw of course, three weeks from now.

Raw will take place that night from the Save Mart Center in Fresno, California.  The official website for the arena has posted a preview of the event, and has listed "The Return Of The Undertaker" as the highlight of the card.

That kinda blows it, doesn't it?

WWE could always be throwing us a curve ball and it could be Sting after all, or The Undertaker and Sting in the same night!

Who knows?  I dare to say or guess who it is, I am done with my WWE predicting for now.

I will be glad to say that I would like to dream big and hope it is Sting.

To make us even more curious, a columnist from the NY Daily News has said Steve Borden a.k.a. Sting, has signed a one year deal with the WWE.

So, if Sting were to go up against The Undertaker's streak, they wouldn't dare give it to him, would they?

I couldn't even imagine them doing such a thing.  Then again, if you would have told me a week ago that Alberto Del Rio was the 2011 Royal Rumble winner, I would laugh at you.

What makes this even greater, is Sting was like The Undertaker of the WCW.  Loyal to his company and never budged.

The Undertaker, except for his short time outside of the WWE when he was beginning his career, has spent 21 years with the company.

Sting, on the other hand, spent 14 years with NWA/WCW before the WWE buyout of the company, in which Sting refused a WWE contract.

After a couple of years of taking time off wrestling, in Europe, Sting signed with TNA in 2003, where he has been until now.

Now that Sting is a free agent, it makes logical since he would give WWE a shot.

At age 51, it would be a nice close to a historic career.

When you size up this matchup, it has the feel that The Rock versus Hulk Hogan did at WrestleMania 18, at least to me it does.

Sting is a six-time WCW World Heavyweight Champion, two-time TNA World Heavyweight Champion, and a two-time NWA World Heavyweight Champion.

The Undertaker is a three-time World Heavyweight Champion and a four-time WWE Champion.

However, the special streak that The Undertaker holds at WrestleMania is the holy grail of all of wrestling in my book, 18-0 on the grandest stage of them all.

We don't know what is going to happen on that February 21 episode of WWE Raw, but the potential for something big to happen is always there.

The Icon vs. The Deadman at WrestleMania 27 inside of the Georgia Dome in Atlanta would be epic.