Major Spoiler Regarding the Future of Steve "Sting" Borden

Chris O ConnallCorrespondent IIIFebruary 24, 2011

This is perhaps the hottest story of the year—will Sting debut in WWE or will he re-sign with TNA?

Well, according to LordsofPain.net, Sting has in fact decided to stick with the devil he knows and has reportedly re-signed with TNA, according to two sources inside the company.

While this will come as a disappointment to many WWE fans, myself included, the writing has been on the wall for some time, especially since Sting wasn’t the subject of the 2.21.11 promos.

However, I feel that if Vince McMahon really wanted Sting, he’d have flown out to Venice Beach himself with a blank cheque and a pen.

 

The following may contain a SPOILER so stop reading if you don’t like them.

It is being reported by the same sources in TNA that Sting is set to be announced as a "surprise opponent" for Jeff Hardy’s World Title.

The angle is set to continue until Victory Road.

And on an unrelated note, I would advise Hulk Hogan to keep his mouth shut when criticising other people's decision making.

Don't complain about somebody else's segments or backstage decisions. Make sure your own house is in order before you go b---ing about somebody else’s.

And from what I’ve read, you’ve got one hell of a "spring cleaning" on your hands.

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