How's This For a Role For Sting At Wrestlemania?

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  1. The Boss

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    Let's face it, the Shane McMahon/Undertaker match is rediculous. Shane is a middle-aged executive. Why does anybody care that he's back? Furthermore why is the Undertaker being used as a tool in yet another McMahon family feud? Finally, the way the match is set up we have to cheer for the Undertaker to lose in order to have a happy ending of The Authority being booted out of power. I'm sorry but Shane McMahon defeating the Undertaker makes no sense at all. Unless he were to receive some help. Someone like the Icon Sting.

    But why would Sting interfere in the Undertaker's match? After all he would have just been inducted into the Hall of Fame the night before and he certainly wouldn't want to make high heel move at this point. But, if there was a reason that was more important than an Undertaker victory maybe he would do it. So, what about this? With control of WWE on the line Sting feels that this is the opportune moment to finally rid WWE of the authority. So during the match Sting comes down and interferes causing the Undertaker to lose. To ensure that his actions look heroic The Authority will try to interfere first in order to keep power - even though it is obvious that The Undertaker doesn't need the help. Sting will initially come down to stop them but when The Undertaker sees Sting in the ring he assumes that Sting is interfering and grabs Sting by that injured neck as if to perform a chokeslam (NOTE: It is important that the Undertaker makes first contact). Sting then hits The Undertaker with a baseball bat knocking him cold which allows Shane to get the victory and get control of WWE. Afterwards The Authority will become irate and try to attack Sting and Shane but, get cleared from the ring to which the crowd cheers.

    After the fighting the Undertaker recovers very, very angry. He comes up from behind grab Sting by the shoulder and spins him around and stares right into his eyes (the Sting/Undertaker staredown that everyone has wanted). The suspense leaves the crowd silent and they wonder what is about to happen. Sting then asks for a microphone and explains his actions. Remind The Undertaker and the fans what the authority has stood for and the damage they have caused over the years. He explains that for the good of WWE they had to be removed from power. The only way to do that was for the Undertaker to lose tonight. He points out how the Undertaker himself tonight was being used as a tool by The Authority in order to hold on the power. And while Sting had all the respect in the world for the Undertaker he had to make an important decision and he thinks the fans agree that he made the right call. The Undertaker thinks for a moment, bows his head and walks away seemingly agreeing. After the Undertaker leaves Sting also starts to leave the ring as his job is finished. But Shane grabs his hand, raises his arm and asks the fans to cheer for the man who ensured that the authority was gone from power. This will ensure that Sting remains face even though he caused the Undertaker to lose.

    WWE has now planted the seeds for a possible Sting vs Undertaker match. We got the stare down between the two at Wrestlemania and now that you can take some time off while the fans anticipate. This will give Sting's neck more time to heal to see if he is in fact capable of wrestling again. What if the Undertaker came back wanting revenge for the loss? Because of the situations The Undertaker can play the heel and thus get defeated allowing Sting to finally get a big win in WWE.
     

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