WWE Hall of Famer and professional wrestling Legend Sting recently revealed why he never faced the Undertaker ever in professional wrestling history.
The Undertaker vs. Sting has been one of the biggest dream matches in professional wrestling history. There are a lot of dream matches in pro wrestling that never happened and some of them actually happened.
Why Sting vs. Undertaker Never Happened
There were dream matches like Hulk Hogan vs The Rock, Goldberg vs The Undertaker, that actually took place. And there are also dream matches like Hulk Hogan vs Stone Cold Steve Austin, Andre the Giant vs Big Show, Kane vs Monster Abyss, Shawn Michaels vs The Rock to mention a few that never happened and they are not likely to be happen ever again.
Among these dream matches that never happened is the Undertaker vs Sting. A match that fans are waiting to see for over two decades, but it did not happen. WWE had the chance to actually book this dream match when Sting made his debut in WWE. But they did not.
The legendary professional wrestler Sting recently spoke to Sports Illustrated where he revealed the actual reason why sting vs The Undertaker never happened. Here is what the Vigilante had to say;
“I wanted that to happen,” said Sting. “I was very clear publicly, and I was very clear with WWE, as well. I wanted my last hurrah against Taker. For whatever reason, it just never materialized. To this day, I don’t know why. Maybe Taker never wanted to work with me. I have no idea.
I mean, I’ve had good conversations with Taker and we’ve always got along. I don’t know why the match never happened, but it should have happened. Because it wasn’t going to happen, and I knew it, and that wasn’t the only reason why I left WWE, but it’s one of the reasons why I left. I wanted that one last match.”