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Steve Borden is better known to wrestling fans as "the man called" Sting. Working as a professional wrestler since 1985, the majority of Sting's career saw him working in WCW, where he became one of the company's biggest stars during the 1990s. Starting off as a bleached-blonde surfer-type, he eventually transitioned into the Crow-inspired look (which he's retained to this day) while feuding with the New World Order. Sting stayed a member of the WCW roster up until the company's demise in 2001; he wrestled in its last match (where he defeated longtime foe Ric Flair).Sting has never once officially worked for WWE in any capacity since WCW's demise. (WWE's "Superstars" page for Sting counts the main event of the last episode of Nitro on 26 March 2001 as "the first and only time Sting has appeared on a WWE-produced broadcast"). Choosing instead to have control over his career and his gimmick, Sting worked the independent circuit until around 2006, when he became an on-again/off-again member of the TNA roster. He has worked in that promotion ever since.Among his in-ring achievements, he is a former 2x NWA World Heavyweight Champion, a former 7x WCW World Heavyweight Champion, a former 2x WCW United States Heavyweight Champion, a former NWA World Television Champion, a former 3x WCW World Tag Team Champion, a former 4x TNA World Heavyweight Champion and a former TNA World Tag Team Champion.As usual, That Other Wiki has a nice, long article on his career.(Do not confuse with the trope, the musician (Gordon Sumner), the film, the dagger used by Frodo and his Uncle, or the painful infliction of the same name.)
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