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Pro Bio
Steve/Sting Pro/Acting Career







WRESTLING TITLES WON/HELD:
   5x WCW World Heavyweight Champion
   2x WCW International Champion
   2x WCW United States Heavyweight Champion
   2x WCW World Tag Team Champion (with Lex Luger & Kevin Nash)
   2x UWF World Tag Team Champion (with Rick Steiner & Eddie Gilbert)
   former WCW World Television Champion
   1988 Jim Crockett Memorial Tag Team Tournament Champion (with Lex Luger)
   1989 Iron Man Tournament Champion
   1991 Battlebowl Champion
   1992 King of Cable Champion
   1993 European Cup Champion
   1988 Most Improved Wrestler of the Year
   1990 Pro Wrestling Illustrated Most Inspirational Wrestler of the Year
   1990 Pro Wrestling Illustrated Wrestler of the Year
   1991 Most Popular Wrestler of the Year (WCW Magazine)
   1991 Match of the Year: (Sting/Lex Luger vs Steiners)
   1992 Most Popular Wrestler of the Year (WCW Magazine)
   1994 Most Popular Wrestler of the Year
   1997 Most Popular Wrestler of the Year


Uses moves such as Stinger splash and
Scorpion Deathlock.



On his final appearance at the WCW Nitro as we knew
it to be, Sting was put up against Rick Flair, a
match in which we knew Sting would win, his first
time back in a long time after recovering from
an elbow injury that had him out of commission
for several months.  After a victorious win, Sting
and Flair hugged each other, and contrary to
popular belief, it was not soon after that Sting
made the decision to retire, which according to reliable sources close to the wrestler, IS OFFICIAL. STING HAS RETIRED. He did this in order to spend more time with his wife and 3 children.