What would you do with Sting?

Discussion in 'TNA iMPACT! (2011-2015)' started by Crayo, Feb 9, 2013.

  1. Personally, I wish Sting would leave TNA and have his dream match with Undertaker; then he can retire injury-free and a legend. I know this isn't what most hardcore TNA fans would agree with, so what would you do with him?
  2. Have him help develop in NXT those kids could use a legend like him
  3. General manager, forever.
  4. :pity1:
  5. Have him put some people over, some big matches vs people for extras, and mostly just use him as a once in a while person people will mark out hard to see.
  6. Love for him to retire at WM, a legend like him deserves at least one match at the grandest stage of them all.
  7. Let him have his big last match at BFG this year against some new star. Personally, I'd have Sting vs. Magnus or Sting vs. Aries at BFG with Sting putting one of them cleanly, in the middle of the ring, and then retiring of course.

    After that, try to keep him inside the TNA office, as an agent, or Gutcheck judge on IMPACT once a month, or simply in the creative team and behind-the-scenes stuff.
  8. If he still wants to go, make him job to new stars. If he doesn't he can be a GM or something.
  9. I'd like to see him put Daniels over at some point. That win would do so much for him.
  10. Then retire? Or go to WWE to face Taker?
  11. I honestly don't know, just appearing every once in a while at TNA is the best option IMO. I think the whole Taker/Sting idea is over now tbh, WM27 was the last chance of it happening and it never. Sting obviously won't be at WM29 and 30 has to be Cena vs Taker - and by WM31 I don't think enough people will care about it and both guys will be too old.
  12. A combination of what Solidus and Testify said. He can be the GM for a while since it's the perfect role for him, then have some young anti-authority heel set up a feud, then he gets a big win over the Icon at Slammiversary in a retirement match. Then he either remains GM or takes a backstage role. Just keep him away from the Joker facepaint.

    Not a fan of him facing Taker, he shouldn't do it at WM30 and hope they both retire by 31.
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