Sting was recently interviewed by The Houston Chronicle to promote this Sunday’s WWE Night of Champions PPV in which he is in the main event.
Sting was asked about finally being in WWE.
"Quite honestly, I never thought it would happen, that I'd be in the WWE, but here I am. Whether I was right or wrong, I made a decision to stay with another group that came to the table with everything I was asking for. I stayed apart from WWE, and I was fine. This year, I figured it was time."
In another interview with RollingStones.com he was asked if he has any regrets about signing with WWE:
"It has been gratifying. After 30 years, I've learned to really appreciate the fans and the wrestlers and everybody in the whole industry a lot more. I held off on doing [public appearances] until WWE, and now I'm picking and choosing some things that I'm doing here and there, Comic-Cons and whatever. And the fans are so respectful, so there's a much higher level of appreciation now than there ever was."
Sting was also asked about a desire to go up against WWE's younger stars:
"To be straight with you, no. Although, man, if presented to me, I would wanna walk through that door, because there's so many new, young, incredibly talented people – Seth being the best, I believe, as far as creativity and innovation in the ring. So you just can't get much better than this. It's just the nature of our business. Everything is always subject to change, and you never know what's gonna happen next. It was unexpected for me too, but again, the door opened, and I chose to walk through it."
Click Here to read the full RollingStones.com interview.
Do you feel Sting made the right decision in coming to WWE?