posted on May, 20 2004 @ 04:06 PM
In an interview with IGN.com (to promote the upcoming new Legends of Wrestling game), Sting says he wants to work for WWE.
"If it were done properly, I would do it. This last Wrestlemania would've been a good one, Wrestlemania XX, just the fact that I've never been a part
of one. I would definitely do it. You know, Vince and I have talked several times over the past few years. The Wrestlemania before, he wanted me to
repel out of the ceiling and do something with Stone Cold Steve Austin, and we were set to do it, we were going to do it, but once the attorney's get
going, and it's not my attorney, he's only doing what I ask him to do, but once their attorney's get involved, it's tough. When I talk to Vince, it's
easy. Anyway, I had to call Vince and tell him that we couldn't do it. He's been great every time I've talked to him, so you never know. It's
something I'm interested in."
Sting also said that he doesn't consider himself a TNA wrestler and worked for them only out of loyalty to Jerry Jarrett.
"What ended up happening was when I first started my wrestling career, Jerry Jarrett was the only promoter who called us when we sent out those press
kits I mentioned earlier. The only one who called us. Jerry called us three days after we sent those out, and even though there were four of us in the
picture, he only wanted two of us, Jim and me. We got in the car and we left and that was it. He gave me my break. So last summer when I got a phone
call from the Jarretts, I didn't want to do it. But then I started thinking about it, and Jerry gave me my break, so I decided to go out and help them
out. I did four shows for them last year, but that was it."