Sting Indicates That Undertaker Wasn't Too Excited About Potential Dream Match

Undertaker vs. Sting was a dream match that wrestling fans unfortunately missed out on.

Sting, despite his brief WWE run was never able to go one-on-one with the man often considered a WWF/WWE franchise player in The Undertaker. During a recent interview with promoting the release of WWE 2K18, Sting revealed details of a conversation he had with the "Dead Man," who didn't necessarily seem excited about the idea. 

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If Taker calls you up tomorrow, do you do the match or do you say no?

"[Laughs] He’s not going to call me tomorrow."

Have you two talked about that match over the years? Is that something that’s ever come up between the two of you?

"We’ve had a brief conversation, and I just told him, I said, man, I just always wanted to have that match. It wasn’t necessarily reciprocated so I’m not sure where he stands or if he had any interest at all, to be quite honest. But I did. I don’t mind saying."

Sting retired from the ring after a 2015 match with Seth Rollins left him with spinal stenosis. It would appear that Undertaker has also finished up his in-ring days after this year's WrestleMania loss to Roman Reigns. 

Outside of Sting's brush with WWE in 2015, the closest the two have been to squaring off was Undertaker's run as Mark Callous in WCW for the first half of 1990. 

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