There’s no word on Sting’s in-ring future after being injured at Night Of Champions. Rollins apologized to Sting after the match but Sting is saying that Rollins is not to blame for what happened. Sting actually said that Rollins was the best guy he’s ever worked with.
Sting told WWE.com that he was out cold in the hospital while he was being pumped with medication to help him get out of pain. There is still no word on the results of his CT and MRI scans but he was told that he had cervical spinal stenosis and it’s something that he will have to deal with. Doctors also told him that he was lucky to be able to walk out of the ring on Sunday.
The original plan for SummerSlam was for Sting to be involved in the match with Roman Reigns, Dean Ambrose and The Wyatts. That was supposed to be the start of Sting’s feud with Bray Wyatt. The original plans were for Wyatt to face Sting at WrestleMania. Obviously, everything is up in the air with Sting being injured and they could still do Wyatt vs. Sting (if Sting is ok to wrestle), but it looks like the change of plans for SummerSlam took Sting out of the picture for the match with Wyatt.
On their social media accounts, WWE had teased that Sting would be making a big announcement on Raw. Those plans were scrapped since Sting went home after his stay in the hospital. Sting has not discounted the idea of wrestling again if the right scenario was presented to him.
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