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In , Sting lost the world title and joined The Wolfpack. Sting had a rivalry with Bret Hart, which he won. After they sold the company, Sting did not go to WWF. He left the company after his contract expired in Initially, Sting signed a deal to appear four times a year.
After a year, he signed a contract with TNA and officially came out of retirement. Sting's first major feud was with Jeff Jarrett. Sting feuded with Jarrett for over six months and declared his intentions to win the world championship from Jarrett. Sting lost the title to Abyss and feuded with him. After several failed attempts, Sting could not defeat Abyss for the title. After losing the title to Kurt Angle, Sting took some time off to be with his family.
After his return, Sting joined Team Cage at Lockdown and won. At Lockdown, Sting lost the title to Mick Foley. After Slammiversary, Sting was kicked out of the stable. After his return, Sting turned heel by attacking Hogan. At Lockdown, he joined Team Flair and lost. After Bound for Glory, Sting started targeting Immortal.
He knew Hogan was up to something and feuded with the stable. At the end of , Sting took some time off. After losing the title, he debuted his new joker persona, which was inspired by The Dark Knight. Over the year, Sting feuded with various Immortal members and lost the title. At Bound for Glory, Sting defeated Hogan, which disbanded the stable, and they reverted the powers back to Dixie Carter. During his last years with the company, they announced him to go to the Hall of Fame.
After their loss, more new members of Aces and Eights appeared. They successfully took out Aces and Eights and they disbanded. Sting feuded with Magnus and EC3 before his contract expired with the company. At Night of Champions, he lost to Seth Rollins because of an improper buckle bombe.
Sting retired from wrestling after that event. In , they released Sting from his contract. His first feud was with Team Taz. He took Darby Allin as his protege to face the stable. We often see Sting and Darby in tag and six-man tag matches.
Sting usually accompanies Allin during his matches. Their next feud was with The Men of The Year. New User posted their first comment. Log in. Manage your profile. AEW Sting. WCW Rise to Stardom After arriving in the company, he established himself as a rising star. Give feedback. When Luger was close to winning Sting was attacked by Ole Anderson. Luger opted to save the already injured Sting and ended up losing the match by count-out while assisting his friend.
Behind the scenes, WCW officials had wanted Flair to drop the title to Luger at WrestleWar, but Flair refused, saying he had promised Borden he would hold the title until Borden could return to the ring. Despite the injury, Sting was still utilized on television and pay per views when necessary. In a promotional crossover, Sting was rescued by his buddy RoboCop. Vicious appeared to defeat Sting in a title match at the Halloween Havoc , but the "Sting" that Vicious pinned was revealed to be an impostor played by Horseman Barry Windham.
The real Sting appeared soon after and pinned Vicious to retain his title after the match was restarted. During Sting's title run, a masked man known as The Black Scorpion would taunt and attack Sting on many occasions. The cage match ended with Sting pinning and unmasking the Scorpion, who turned out to be Flair in disguise.
Sting's first world championship reign ended January 11, , when Flair defeated him in a rematch from Starrcade. Sting then took part in what many consider to be the best match of , teaming with Luger to face The Steiner Brothers at the SuperBrawl I pay-per-view for the world tag-team titles. The Steiners won by pinfall after Koloff, who had been feuding with Luger, interfered in the match by swinging a chain at Luger but hitting Sting instead.
Consequently, Sting feuded with Koloff throughout the summer of At Starrcade '91 , Sting won the first-ever Battlebowl battle royal, for which he received a Battlebowl championship ring. Sting then became embroiled in a feud with the Dangerous Alliance , headed by manager Paul E. The stable targeted Sting because he was the so-called "franchise" of WCW, and the Alliance vowed to destroy both Sting and the promotion he was the face of.
Sting engaged in many matches with Dangerous Alliance members, especially Rude, who was the group's biggest star. Dave Meltzer awarded the match his highest rating of five stars. Near the end of Sting's battles with the Dangerous Alliance, the seeds were sown for what became arguably one of the most famous feuds of Sting's career. During the match, Vader splashed Sting, cracking three of Sting's ribs and rupturing his spleen.
Sting recovered and defended his title on July 12 against Vader at The Great American Bash , dropping the belt to Big Van Vader after missing a Stinger Splash, hitting his head on the ring post, and receiving a powerbomb. Sting feuded with Vader and Rude through the first half of Rude recaptured the title on May 1 at Wrestling Dontaku in Japan , but the decision was reversed because Rude had allegedly hit Sting with the title belt during the match; this was to cover for a real-life back injury Rude sustained in the match that forced Rude into retirement.
Sting spent the second half of and most of teaming with new arrival Hulk Hogan in his battles against Kevin Sullivan 's Three Faces of Fear and its successor stable, The Dungeon of Doom. Sting defeated Meng in a rematch for the title at Bash at the Beach Sting was on the first-ever Monday Nitro in a match where Flair defeated Sting by disqualification as a result of a run-in by Arn Anderson to attack Flair. Anderson and Pillman had attacked Flair earlier in the night, rendering Flair unable to come out for the first part of the match.
Sting fended off his opponents until Flair emerged. Sting defeated Flair on a subsequent Nitro with the Scorpion Deathlock , refusing to let go until Luger persuaded him to do so. Sting defeated Flair again at the World War 3 pay-per-view. Sting's alliances with Hogan and Savage led the Horsemen to attack them as well. Sting's second U. Early in , Sting's appearance started to change: he grew longer, darker hair, replacing his blond flattop haircut, and he often wore black tights with a multi-colored scorpion , although he occasionally wore his colorful ones and maintained his colorful face paint.
The team often retained the championship as a result of Luger's cheating tactics, to which Sting remained oblivious. Harlem Heat eventually won the titles back on the June 24 edition of Nitro. In the summer of , Sting was the first to stand up to The Outsiders : Kevin Nash and Scott Hall , who had recently competed in the WWF and whose alliances and agenda were unclear, had been infiltrating and causing chaos at WCW events.
Hall and Nash started the bout without their third partner, but the WCW's temporary three-on-two advantage was short-lived: Luger left the match after he was accidentally injured by a mistimed Stinger Splash. The two-on-two match continued while Hogan, who had been a face character for nearly fifteen years, emerged at ringside.
Hogan appeared ready to back up the WCW wrestlers until he attacked Savage with his leg drop finisher in one of wrestling's most famous swerves. The match was ruled a no-contest, and Hall, Nash, and Hogan declared a new world order in professional wrestling. As part of this, Sting and Luger went up to rivals and Four Horsemen members Ric Flair and Arn Anderson some time after Bash at the Beach and asked them to team with him, saying that they needed to put aside their differences for the good of WCW.
They would be facing the nWo's team of Hall, Nash, Hogan, and a fourth member yet to be determined. A vignette was shown where the nWo had a recording of Sting's voice playing in its limousine as Luger was being lured into the parking lot. Once he was there a man dressed as Sting, played by Jeff Farmer , attacked him and the crowd at home was led to believe that Sting had joined up with the nWo and would be their fourth man against what was now a three-man WCW team.
Sting, however, was not at that edition of Nitro and showed up at Fall Brawl just as his teammates declared that they would face the nWo by themselves. Sting told Luger that he did not attack him, but Luger refused to believe him. Once in the ring, Sting immediately took out all four members of the nWo. He then stopped, turned to Luger, and angrily said to him, "Is that good enough for you right there?
Is that proof enough? The next night on Nitro , Sting came out unannounced during the middle of the show with no music or entrance pyrotechnics. He entered the ring and, with his back turned to the camera side of the audience, launched into an angry tirade about what had transpired over the last week:.
I want a chance to explain something that happened last Monday night at Nitro. Last Monday night I was on an airplane flying from L. And I thought I was watching a rerun! It was a very convincing film. Often imitated, but never duplicated though! And what else did I see? That's right, doubted the Stinger! I saw more of the same.. Which brings me to Fall Brawl. I knew I had to get to Fall Brawl and get face to face with the Total Package to let him know that it wasn't me.
And what I got out of that was, 'No Sting So for all of those fans out there and all those wrestlers and people that never doubted the Stinger, I'll stand by you if you stand by me! But for all of the people, all of the commentators, all of the wrestlers, and all of the best friends who did doubt me, you can stick it!
From now on I consider myself a free agent. Declaring he would visit "from time to time",  Sting threw the microphone down and left the ring. Superstars Tournament, where he defeated Masahiro Chono in the first round, but was eliminated in the second round by Shiro Koshinaka. It would end up being his last tour of Japan. On the October 21, , edition of Nitro , Sting returned for the first time since the night after Fall Brawl.
In a match where the impostor Sting was wrestling Mr. JL , Sting emerged wearing a trench coat and white face paint with black marks around his eyes. He went in the ring and attacked nWo Sting who was still imitating Sting's old mannerisms at this point with his new finisher, the Scorpion Death Drop inverted DDT, two jumping elbow drops, a Stinger Splash and a Scorpion Deathlock while the rest of the nWo came to ringside.
Rather than intervene, they simply stood by and watched. Sting, after a pause, first called out the nWo Sting as a "cheap imitation," before telling the nWo, "the real Sting may or may not be in your price range," and then concluded by saying "the only thing that's for sure about Sting is that nothing's for sure".
With that, Sting left the ring and would not speak on mic on WCW programming again for over a year. After this a silent, almost ghostly Sting, carrying a baseball bat as a weapon, began appearing in the rafters at WCW events and began painting his entire face with black and white corpse paint.
Sting's new gimmick was inspired by the film The Crow. In retaliation, nWo Sting, who was still imitating Borden, began painting his face this way as well. Sting maintains aspects of his "Crow" persona to date, occasionally with different designs and use of color of the face paint. In a series of unusual loyalty tests over the next months, Sting would confront a WCW wrestler in the ring and shove the wrestler several times with his bat until the wrestler was provoked enough to advance on him.
Then Sting would draw the weapon back as if he were going to assault him, causing the wrestler to stop. Sting would hand the bat to the offended wrestler and turn his back, offering the wrestler a chance at retaliation. When the wrestler hesitated or declined, Sting would nod, retrieve the bat and leave the ring. For the next few weeks, the two were seen in the rafters together and coming to the ring together. As Sting left, Savage went to the ring and helped Hogan win the match, thus going back on his word and joining the nWo.
Over the next couple of weeks, Sting would accompany the nWo, indicating that he too joined the group. However, at WCW Uncensored in March , as the nWo celebrated a victory in the main event battle royal which guaranteed them title shots whenever they desired with their newest recruit, Chicago Bulls NBA star Dennis Rodman , Sting rappelled from the roof of the arena on a vertical zip-line.
In subsequent weeks, Sting frequently rappelled from the rafters or came up through the ring to attack unsuspecting nWo members, came to the aid of wrestlers once subjected to his loyalty test as they battled the nWo, and employed decoy "Stings" to play mind games with the nWo during the closing segments of Nitro. Dillon tried many times to get Sting to return to wrestling by making contracts to fight various nWo members.
Sting, however, did not accept any of the contracts, often tearing them up in Dillon's face. A confused Dillon then asked Sting who he wanted on one edition of Nitro , and Sting went out to ringside, picked up a fan's sign, and pointed out one name on it: Hogan.
The finish of the match was supposed to echo the Montreal Screwjob finish that the WWF had used to double-cross Bret Hart just one month earlier at their annual Survivor Series event. Nick Patrick , the referee for the contest, was supposed to execute a fast count on Sting while Hart, whose signing with WCW was the linchpin for the Montreal Screwjob, would come out to protest the decision and, since he had already served as the guest referee for the match between Larry Zbyszko and Eric Bischoff earlier that evening, order the match to be restarted and Sting would emerge victorious by forcing Hogan to submit to the Scorpion Death Lock.
However, Patrick did not do his part properly and instead counted the pin at normal speed, which added an unintentional level of controversy to the finish. The next night on Nitro , Hogan protested the decision claiming that Patrick's decision should have been considered final and a rematch was granted.
The match ran over Nitro's allotted time slot and the finish was aired later in the week on the inaugural episode of Thunder. Similar to the Starrcade result, two different referees declared the two different men as the winner. Sting responded with his first words on mic since October when he told Dillon, "You've got no guts!
You're a dead man! As began, the nWo began to splinter. Nash and Savage officially split from the original nWo on May 4, forming the face group nWo Wolfpac, while Hogan's heel faction became identified as nWo Hollywood. Sting seemed to have joined nWo Hollywood when he appeared wearing a black and white nWo shirt, but he soon tore off the shirt to reveal the red and black of the nWo Wolfpac. Sting began wearing red and black face paint and tights as a member of nWo Wolfpac.
Sting and The Giant also split, and the team was forced to vacate the title 18 days later. Sting also got involved in a feud with Bret Hart over their similar finishing holds, the Sharpshooter and the Scorpion Deathlock. Sting and Hart squared off at Halloween Havoc , where Hart, the United States Champion, attacked Sting with a baseball bat, putting Sting out of action for several months. Ironically, Hart would eventually be pinned by Sting after he himself fell afoul of a baseball bat, wielded by Lex Luger, eleven months later.
Sting returned to Nitro in March , sporting the black and white Crow -inspired attire he debuted in and began to participate in more mic work. By this time, the nWo storyline had faded, and Sting was not aligned with any of its factions. Savage served as special guest referee and delivered a diving elbow drop to help DDP win the match and the title. Sting lost to Rick Steiner in a Falls Count Anywhere match at The Great American Bash after he was attacked by Steiner's three pet dogs backstage and Steiner forced the referee to prematurely declare himself the victor, claiming his dogs had pinned Sting for him.
Savage pinned Nash and won the World title as a result. Later that night, Nash turned heel by attacking Hogan during a title defense against Vicious. Sting remained president for just one week and used his power to book a main event pitting Hogan and himself against Nash and Vicious. Sting vacated the presidency the following week because he only wanted Flair out of the position rather than wanting the power for himself.
Sting began to question Hogan's trustworthiness and credibility in the weeks leading up to Fall Brawl. Sting's heel turn and subsequent attitude change did not resonate with the WCW fans. It was during this heel turn that Sting and Luger, with helpful interference from DDP, defeated supposed faces Hogan and Hart in a tag-match, Sting pinning Hart after Luger hit him with a bat.
After the match, Sting sounded his disdain of the result and issued an open challenge for later tonight. Later that night, Sting lost an unsanctioned match to Goldberg, who accepted his open challenge and then attacked referee Charles Robinson. Sting was stripped of the title the next night for attacking the official. At the November event, Sting lost to Hart, the eventual winner of the tournament, by disqualification after ostensibly "bungled" interference by Luger in fact payback for Sting's quarterfinal win.
This led to a falling out with Luger. However, Hart asked for an immediate rematch, which was granted, and won by submission to advance to the final. Sting sought revenge against Luger the next month at Starrcade. Sting won by disqualification when Luger and Miss Elizabeth assaulted Sting with a steel chair and baseball bat, putting Sting out of action for some time. Sting ended his feud with Luger by defeating him in a Lumberjacks with Casts match at Uncensored the following March.
WCW officials Vince Russo and Eric Bischoff , in an attempt to save the fading company, rebooted the storylines on April 10, , and declared all titles vacant. At Spring Stampede the following week, Sting advanced to the finals of the United States Championship tournament by defeating Booker T and Vampiro in the first two rounds.
Vampiro cost Sting the championship in the finals against Scott Steiner, leading to an intense feud between Sting and Vampiro. Sting pinned Vampiro at Slamboree in May, and Vampiro beat Sting in a Human Torch match at The Great American Bash the next month; for the climax of the match, Borden switched with a stuntman, who was set on fire and thrown off the top of the frame of the stage's entrance video screen. At Bash at the Beach , he returned wearing another Sting mask as men wearing cloaks and Sting masks carried him in a casket, and then he attacked Vampiro.
Sting went on to feud with Jeff Jarrett and then Scott Steiner. Steiner attacked and injured Sting in November Styles and Syxx Pac. On November 12, Sting teamed with A. Styles to defeat Jarrett and Lex Luger. On March 24, , Borden was interviewed once again by Mike Tenay as part of the promotion for his direct-to-video biographical film , Sting: Moment of Truth , and on March 31, he returned to the company for one night only as the special guest enforcer for the main-event, a four-way match between Abyss , A.
Styles, Raven , and Ron Killings , which Raven won. On December 11, , at Turning Point , as Jeff Jarrett stood in the ring celebrating his victory, the lights in the arena went out as images of a scorpion —Sting's symbol— appeared on the arena screens, along with the date "January 15, ". Spotlights then illuminated the ring, revealing a chair bearing Sting's signature trench coat , boots, and a black baseball bat in the center of the ring.
With Sting gone, the storyline continued with Jeff Jarrett and Eric Young worrying that Sting had not actually retired and sending Alex Shelley to California to videotape Sting at home. Sting discovered Shelley filming, then walked up to Shelley's car and told him that he was going to show up at Destination X and confront Jeff Jarrett as Steve Borden. He placed Jarrett in the Scorpion Deathlock, but was attacked by the debuting Scott Steiner shortly thereafter. On April 23 at Lockdown , Sting's team won the match.
Due to a confrontation with Christian Cage during the match, Sting was distracted, which allowed crooked referee Earl Hebner to knock over the ladder both were on, sending both men to the floor and allow Jarrett to pick up the victory. Sting received his title shot on August 13 at Hard Justice , but failed to capture the title after Christian Cage turned heel and hit Sting with Jarrett's guitar. He would have another match at Bound for Glory , where Sting put his career on the line.
He went on to claim his second NWA World Heavyweight title when he made Jarrett submit to the Scorpion Deathlock marking the first major championship title Sting had won since This would also go on to make Sting the longest superstar to recapture his second NWA title from to 16 years. Sting lost the title to Abyss on November 19 at Genesis by disqualification after pushing aside the referee and pushing Abyss into a stack of tables covered in barbed wire.
Sting, with the help of Jeff Jarrett, pinned Abyss to win the match for his team and end their bitter rivalry. Sting instead faced Daniels on June 17 at Slammiversary, which he ultimately won. After his feud with Daniels, Sting began teaming up with his former enemy, Abyss who had recently turned face. Together, the two went on to defeat A. Styles and Tomko on July 15 at Victory Road. While trying to help Abyss to win a match against A.
Styles, Sting and Abyss were attacked by Christian's Coalition. Abyss was pulled under the ring and Sting was slammed into broken glass by Tomko, before Abyss emerged bleeding badly and was slammed into the broken glass and thumbtacks. Styles in a ladder match , in the process earning a contract that allowed them to pick the type of match between Abyss and Christian at Hard Justice.
First, Sting defeated A. Sting then made his official return on March Styles, James Storm, and Team 3D. Four teams were already in the Sacrifice finals, while Cornette named eight wrestlers as the "Egotistical 8". Sting's partner was James Storm and on May 11 at Sacrifice , they came up short due their inability get along, and towards the end, Sting attacked Storm and walked out.
During the match, Sting tried to talk sense into Joe, as he was brutally beating Booker T, and was potentially heading towards a disqualification. Although still receiving a face reaction from the fans, Sting sided with Booker T. He then faced off with Angle in a singles match at Destination X.
The following week, Sting took his revenge upon the Mafia, when he attacked every member of the group and stole Angle's world heavyweight championship belt, becoming a fully fledged face as a result. After the match he announced that he didn't know whether he would continue his career or not, Saying that "the way you fans are reacting right now, makes me wanna stay forever!
On the January 4, , live-three-hour, Monday night edition of Impact! Sting returned to the Impact! Zone appearing in the rafters of the arena. Styles and Ric Flair, turning heel as a result. However, during the match Jarrett made his return and cost Sting the title. After assaulting Jarrett from behind on the June 24 edition of Impact! At the end of Bound for Glory, it was revealed that Sting had been right about Hogan and Bischoff all along, as they turned heel with Jarrett and Jeff Hardy as Abyss's "they", and in the process turned Sting, Nash and Dinero back to being faces.
After the promo, they walked out on TNA, but Nash left the promotion for real. He returned on February 24, , at the tapings of the March 3 edition of Impact! According to word from backstage, the match was planned to last longer, but it was cut short after Hardy was deemed too intoxicated to wrestle. Over the next few weeks, Sting displayed a more maniacal character similar in look and style to Heath Ledger 's portrayal of the Joker from the film The Dark Knight.
Anderson, after Fortune and Kurt Angle, disguised as his clown minions, attacked each member of Immortal, preventing them from interfering in the match. Sting agreed to put his career on the line in the match in exchange for Flair promising to deliver him his long-awaited match with Hogan, should he be able to defeat him. After the match, Hogan turned on Immortal and helped Sting overcome the odds in his battle with the stable.
Anderson in a Lethal Lockdown match. Sting proceeded to walk out on Hogan. Per stipulation, Sting would never get another title opportunity again. Magnus told to Sting he had Flair to put him in the map, but he had nobody, so Sting challenged him to a match at Bound for Glory. At Bound for Glory, Sting was defeated by Magnus. On the October 31 episode of Impact Wrestling , Dixie Carter offered to lift the lifetime ban so Sting can get another World title opportunity again by entering him first in a Battle Royal Gauntlet match, which was won by Magnus as Sting attempted to eliminate Kazarian, and Magnus eliminated the both of them.
On the December 12 episode of Impact Wrestling , Carter was confronted by Sting, and was issued an option, either face Sting immediately, or enter the Feast or Fired match. Carter entered the Feast or Fired match, and grabbed one of the briefcases. That same day, WWE began selling official Sting merchandise. The event was held to announce WWE's upcoming line of Mattel action figures, in which the company's first ever Sting figure would appear. Triple H challenged Sting to a face-to-face confrontation on the February 2 episode of Raw.
Sting accepted this challenge on the February 9 episode of Raw by sending a Sting doppelganger into the ring to scare Triple H, after airing a vignette on the big screen accepting Triple H's challenge. Sting and Triple H had a confrontation at Fastlane on February Following physicality between the two, Sting pointed to the WrestleMania 31 sign with his baseball bat, issuing a challenge for the event that was accepted by Triple H.
Sting defeated Big Show by disqualification in his first match on Raw , as a consequence of Rollins attacking Sting. At Night of Champions, Sting was defeated by Rollins and suffered a legit neck injury after a turnbuckle powerbomb. Sting ultimately reneged on having surgery; on March 22, , he explained that he felt "completely normal" and had none of the side effects associated with cervical spinal stenosis. He also stated that he had still not undergone surgery, which would definitively end his career, and he still held hope for a match with The Undertaker, claiming that such a match is his "unfinished business" in wrestling.
On the February 25, episode of Raw , Sting made his first appearance on WWE television since , at the 70th birthday celebration of Ric Flair, but Flair was attacked by Batista before he could make it to the ring.
This would end up being Sting's final appearance for the company, other than interviews recorded for WWE Network. It was later announced that Sting had officially signed a multi-year contract with AEW. Sting is widely regarded as the greatest performer in WCW history. Prior to his signing with WWE, Sting's legacy was perpetuated by the organization. It hailed him as "one of sports-entertainment's elite",  and ranked him at number one in listings of the greatest wrestlers to never perform in WWE,  and the greatest stars in WCW history.
Sting was regarded by colleagues in WCW as a professional and well-respected locker room leader. No one did it better than Sting, nobody". John Cena mimicked Sting's hairstyle in his younger years and recalled, "he was my guy";   Seth Rollins would dress up as Sting in his youth.
Pro wrestling journalist Bill Apter wrote of Sting, "His colorful face paint, piercing war cry and signature Stinger Splash electrified fans both young and old The people went crazy. It was like [Muhammad] Ali and [Joe] Frazier ".
Flair, generated a record-setting 5. Keller said Sting coasted on "natural charisma and athletic ability", but also chided WCW, where Sting observed "incompetence and political decision-making", and "was never challenged to be better than he was because he didn't have much competition".
Martin said Sting "did not grow into the [NWA] champion's role", but allowed that his prospects as franchise player were damaged by the "story lines and booking techniques" and the "list of contenders". Prior to his signing with WWE in , Sting was widely considered the greatest wrestler never to perform for the company,  although he had "really good conversations" with the promotion during his career.
Sting has, however, downplayed rumors of a difficult relationship with WWE. This led to speculation that Sting had signed with WWE. Since this Raw was billed as the "Return of the Undertaker", it was believed that this was building a Sting vs. Undertaker match. TNA then began airing similar vignettes labelled "3.
He made his acting debut in the action-adventure show Super Force as an assassin. Borden was featured in a Sprite commercial in He also appeared in Ready to Rumble as Sting. He also appeared in the Christian film, The Encounter and was featured as the lead actor in the TV movie Shutterspeed He makes a cameo appearance as Sting on an episode of Upright Citizens Brigade. Borden played an outlaw biker in the film Revelation Road His book, Moment Of Truth, was released on December 1, The three-disc set features a behind-the-scenes documentary with Sting himself as he prepares to step into a WWE ring for the first time ever at WrestleMania Borden was previously married to Sue Borden, they were married in They have two sons, Garrett Lee and Steven, Jr.
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Steve Borden, better known by the ring name Sting, is an American professional wrestler and former bodybuilder, currently signed to All Elite Wrestling as the mentor of Darby Allin. He is regarded as one of the greatest professional wrestlers of. Steve Borden (born March 20, ), better known by the ring name Sting, is an American professional wrestler and former bodybuilder, currently signed to. Steve Borden, better known by the ring name Sting, is an American professional wrestler and former bodybuilder, currently signed to All Elite Wrestling as.