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Overview (4)

Born in Omaha, Nebraska, USA
Birth NameSteven L Borden
Nicknames Sting
The Stinger
The Franchise of WCW
Height 6' 2" (1.88 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Born as Steve Borden, Sting has held the WCW World Title 10 times and multiple other titles. He has been the only wrestler to stay in WCW since the late 1980s and he had a reconstructive knee surgery in 1991. Steve was also the only wrestler from WCW who never worked for WWE until 2014 when he made his WWE debut at the Survivor Series. Sting rivals WCW names like Hulk Hogan and Ric Flair in working for three major North American wrestling promotions including WCW, TNA and WWE. Sting spent 13 years wrestling for WCW from 1988 until its final year in 2001 when it was bought out by WWE. Sting then joined Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (TNA/later renamed Impact Wrestling in 2017) in 2003. He returned to wrestle full-time in TNA in 2006 and left in 2014. After making his WWE debut in 2014, Sting embarked on a rivalry with Triple H and the heel stable known as The Authority. Sting's feud with The Authority ended at WrestleMania 31 in a match against Triple H. After a 30-year career, Sting wrestled his last match in 2015 against Seth Rollins. Over the course of his career, Sting held a total of 10 titles and is a Hall of Fame inductee in 2 promotions including Impact Wrestling (formerly TNA) and WWE.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Ashlynn Moore <btlksrarm@hotmail.com> and Caleb Sherrill <cmgamerx@gmail.com> (with update from FightFan87)

Spouse (2)

Sabine (11 April 2015 - present)
Sue Borden (18 May 1986 - 2010) ( divorced) ( 3 children)

Trade Mark (5)

Wrestling Moves: The Scorpion Death Drop and the Scorpion Death Lock
Stinger Splash
Contrasting personas.
Baseball bat.

Trivia (27)

In 1995 Steve Borden trademarked the name 'Sting' in the US, specifically for use in wrestling.
Former WCW World & US Champion.
Has been a member of the nWo wolfpack and the Millionaires' Club.
Is the only prominent modern wrestling veteran to never step in a WWF ring.
Made his professional wrestling debut, as a member of a tag team called "The Blade Runners", with his partner, "Rock", not "The Rock" (Dwayne Johnson).
Borden, Jim Hellwig (later known as The Ultimate Warrior), Mark Miller and Garland Donoho made up "Power Team USA". Sometime in 1986, "Power Team USA" dissolved.
Former Member of the WCW stable, The Dudes with Attitudes
He gained overnight notoriety by going to a one-hour time limit draw with Ric Flair at the very first "Clash of Champions", back on March 27, 1988.
Trained by the former wrestler, Red Rolland Bastien.
Has three children (Garrett, Steven and Gracie)
Notable Title Wins Include: UWF Tag Titles w/Rick Steiner; WCW World title (7); WCW Tag Team title (2); WCW United States title (2)
Sting was a member of the Four Horseman.
Only wrestler to appear in all 10 of the World Championship Wrestling video games (11 if you count the Game Boy Advance version of Mayhem, which was more or less a totally different game). He also appeared in Showdown: Legends of Wrestling and a character based on him ("The Spike" or "The Hornet") has appeared in numerous Fire Pro Wrestling games in America and Japan.
His partner, "Rock", from his days as one of the "Blade Runners", was none other than Jim Hellwig, the "Ultimate Warrior".
Grew up in Santa Clarita, California. Attended Peachland Elementary School, Placerita Junior High School, Hart High School and College of the Canyons.
He can speak Spanish.
His Scorpion Death Lock Finisher is the same as Bret Hart's Sharpshooter.
Briefly served as Storyline President of WCW.
Wrestled in the first and last episodes of WCW Monday Nitro (1995), both against "The Nature Boy", Ric Flair.
Former WCW Tag Team Champion.
In 1988, Sting and Larry Pfohl (aka Lex Luger) teamed up to win the "Crockett Cup" tag team tournament.
In 1998 Steve Borden, aka "Sting", became a born-again Christian and is an elder at "Church on the Rock", Jeff Borden (one of Steve's brothers) is a pastor.
Published author.
TNA Hall of Famer.
Made his long awaited WWE debut at Survivor Series 2014 when he attacked Triple H, and caused Team Authority to lose to Team Cena.
WWE Hall of Famer.
Announced his retirement 2 April 2016.

Personal Quotes (2)

It's showtime folks
(when asked about WWE) I didn't trust the way I would be used.

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