Sting is widely regarded as one of the most popular wrestlers WCW has produced. Over the years, Sting has amassed a massive fan following like no other. Even today, Sting is able to get over with the fans.

Sting’s illustrious career spanned a total of 37 years. The amount of time he spent in this business is finally starting to take a toll on his body. This resulted in Sting not featuring prominently along with Darby Allin over the past two months.

Speaking to K&C Masterpiece, Sting revealed that he underwent surgery to have his knee cleaned six or seven weeks ago when he was discussing Dallas Cowboys offensive tackle Terence Steele tearing his ACL.

“I just had surgery, six or seven weeks ago now, basically just a clean out on my very old knees. I’ve seen those that went through the physical therapy process with flying colors, did what they were supposed to do, and worked through the pain versus those who did not, and those who did not, they never recover, the game never comes back to them.


I know that is of the utmost importance. For me, I had to do things differently in the ring, I had to prepare differently, train differently, think differently in the ring and come up with more innovative ways to accomplish my goal,” said Sting

Sting last wrestled at AEW Full Gear where he teamed with Darby Allin to defeat Jay Lethal and Jeff Jarrett. We will have to wait and see if Sting will return to television on consistent basis anytime soon. Stay tuned to Ringside News as we keep you updated on similar stories.

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Sunil Joseph

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