Will We Finally See This Dream Match at Wrestlemania?

09 Oct 2000: Sting celebrates after defeating Mike Sanders after their bout at the World Chamionship Wrestling ''Thunder Down Under'' night at the Sydney Entertainment Centre, Sydney, Australia.

We are currently on the road to Wrestlemania and with just two weeks to go until the big day, there still isn't a match for one of the greatest wrestlers of all time in sports entertainment, The Undertaker. The deadman has faced every possible huge star at Wrestlemania throughout his 28 year WWE career including Hulk Hogan, Shawn Michaels, Triple H, Kane, Ric Flair, Brock Lesnar and just recently at last years's event he faced John Cena. This was a match the fans have wanted for years, but an even bigger dream match the fans have wanted since the mid-90s Monday Night War series was WWE's The Undertaker to step in the squared circle with WCW's Sting. Two wrestlers with dark ominous gimmicks who at the time were the face of their companies would make for an incredible match that would go down in history as an unforgettable Wrestlemania moment.

 

That dream may actually come true because The Undertaker has a few fights left in him before retirement and the man has faced every superstar on the roster...expect for Sting.

Sting spoke to Wrestling Travel recently and he revealed that he'd only come back for a match with The Undertaker, saying:

"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 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."

Do you still want to see these guys go at it on the grandest stage of them all, or are they both past their prime?