Daniel Bryan Autobiography, Sting Wants One More Match, WWE Dads

- WWE is releasing a Daniel Bryan autobiography titled, “Yes: My Improbable Journey to the Main Event of WrestleMania.” The book is scheduled for a Spring 2015 release and is available for pre-order at this link.

- IGN interviewed Sting at San Diego Comic Con. You can watch at this link or embedded in the video below:

In the interview, Sting says he just wants one more match and talked about Hulk Hogan recruiting him to WWE.

- Roman Reigns and Titus O’Neil talk about being fathers in a new article by The Tampa Tribune. Click here to read the piece.

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  • Dave Barton

    “I’m up for anything”…great, let’s just hope WWE doesn’t try to turn him into their new Santino.

    • JR Texx (Jamie)

      Na I doubt Sting would have signed if they was going to treat him like that.

  • Tyler

    Vince McMahon has always had respect for the guys that were stars WCW. Goldberg, Steiner, Flair, Booker T, DDP, and the NWO all had main event angles as they showed up on WWE TV.

    • Dave Barton

      Steiner was so forgettable…he came in like a main eventer, but he botched his way into nonsense. I remember seeing him at a house show just a week or two before his Royal Rumble match vs HHH. No doubt, they were trying to see what worked & what didn’t work before going on the ppv. I counted 5 blatant botches by Steiner, including not even being able to hit the ropes right. It was a downright embarrassment. I always preferred the slimmer, more agile “college wrestler” gimmick he had with brother Rick, over anything post-heel turn. His work rate just dropped significantly once he packed on all that excess muscle.

      • Tyler

        Oh I totally agree. He was a joke. I was just saying that I don’t think Sting would be misused. Vince always treated big WCW stars well unlike guys from TNA.