Sting Reveals That He Wants The Undertaker In A Dream WWE Match At WrestleMania 36
Sting has admitted that he would 'listen to a phone call' from WWE over the possibility of a dream blockbuster WrestleMania 36 match with The Undertaker.
The 60-year-old WCW icon made his highly-anticipated WWE debut in 2014 before suffering a devastating neck injury against Seth Rollins at Night of Champions in 2015.
But that hasn't stopped intense speculation over the wrestling promotion trying to set up the showdown between the two legends.
Sting, real name Steve Borden, believes that he could return to the right conditioning if a "'Taker situation at WrestleMania" were to arise.
"If there was a 'Taker situation at WrestleMania, I would listen to that phone call," the WWE Hall of Famer told Sports Illustrated.
"I could get in condition and I could pull it off."
The former WWE star, who was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2016, previously teased that he would welcome the idea of having a 'face-off' with The Undertaker.
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But Sting has also said in the past that the only way he would make a stunning U-turn on his retirement would be for a match with the 'Deadman.'
He told Wrestling Travel: "I mean, everyone knows who it would be. 'Taker, he's the only guy I'd come out of retirement for now.
"No-one else. We could just never get it together to make it happen.
"When I started talking to WWE, he was booked with Brock [Lesnar] and then I did the deal with Triple H and he had another feud going on at the time, so it was just one of those things we couldn't make happen.
"But I don't regret it not happening either; I mean, I got to face Triple H at my first WrestleMania and then wrestle Seth for the world title, so I didn't do too badly out of that deal.
"But yeah, now the only person I'm getting back in the ring for is 'Taker."
WrestleMania 36 will be held on 5th April 2020 at the Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida.
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