Okay, the games from either WWE, Sting, or both really need to end. But it seems as if everyone with validity in this whole situation loves to play mind games, and now the man himself, Vince McMahon has gotten in on the fun as he is the latest to tease the debut of the legend on Thursday.
Although he doesn’t use it often, McMahon took to his twitter account today and he clearly teased fans being able to see Sting on WWE television sooner rather than later.
Again, now we can all see that everyone is just playing games.
— Vince McMahon (@VinceMcMahon) July 17, 2014
WWE announced with a very well done vignette this Monday on RAW that Sting would be included in the upcoming WWE 2K15 video game, meaning that they have some sort of mutual agreement in place to work with one another. As for a full-fledged contract in place, Sting has recently denied those rumors, although all signs at this point are that we will see him soon.
For the few people that might not know, Sting has never once stepped foot inside a WWE ring, nor worked for Vince McMahon before during his historical career. That’s what made part of his legacy so special, he never needed the WWE machine to become one of the greatest of all-time.
We still have a little bit to wait, but it appears as if we’re dangerously close to finally getting what we’ve wanted for all these years.