Sting WWE Rumors: The Vigilante Appears At Comicpalooza [VIDEO]

Mike Smollins
By Mike Smollins @MikeSmollins
on Jul 06, 2015 02:24 PM EDT
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While his in-ring future remains a question, Sting is still a huge draw amongst fans.

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The Vigilante appeared at Comicpalooza and interacted with his legions of supporters, signing autographed pictures, replicas of his famous bat and wrestling buddies for those in attendance.

Sting's fate in the squared circle continues to be up in the air as there are no rumors surrounding another match for him after he lost in his WWE debut against Triple H at WrestleMania 31 on March 29 at Levi's Stadium in the Bay Area.

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After carving out a legendary career in WCW and having a Hall of Fame run in TNA after Ted Turner's promotion went under, Sting made his long awaited debut in the WWE at WrestleMania 31 following years of back-and-forth negotiations.

It had long been rumored that once Sting joined Vince McMahon's promotion he'd face The Undertaker at the biggest show of the year, however Sting faced-off with Triple H while 'Taker went toe-to-toe with Bray Wyatt.

There were rumors after Sting's loss to Triple H -- which saw outside interference from members of the original nWo and D-Generation X -- that Sting would face 'Taker at WrestleMania 32 at AT&T Stadium in Dallas on April 3.

There have since been rumors that the match won't happen because Vince McMahon isn't sold on having the two aging competitors face one another at the biggest show of the year.

There is speculation that Sting could possibly be inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame next year, but it seems doubtful he'll face The Undertaker. With both men residing in Texas and reaching the end of their careers, it seemed logical they'd wrestle each other, but it may not be in the cards.

Sting may have another match left in him, but it remains to be seen what the WWE decides to do with him.

Sting has said he would love to face The Undertaker even without The Streak intact, but the future of both Superstars in the ring remains up in the air.

Despite his status not being 100 percent, Sting still has a connection to his fans and he showed it at Comicpalooza.

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