When did Sting first appear?

November 25, 1985
Sting (wrestler)

Billed weight 250 lb (113 kg)
Billed from Charlotte, North Carolina “Every Man’s Nightmare” Venice Beach, California
Trained by Red Bastien Rick Bassman
Debut November 25, 1985

When did Sting debut black and white?

Stings debut in black and white (WCW Nitro October 21st, 1996)

Who was the original Sting?

Jeff Farmer (wrestler)

Jeff Farmer
Ring name(s) Lightning The nWo Sting Cobra Jeff Barber NWO Sting Super J
Billed height 6 ft 3 in (1.91 m)
Billed weight 265 lb (120 kg)
Billed from Arlington, Virginia, United States

When did Sting go red and black?

The red and black attack In 1998, Kevin Nash and Randy Savage broke off from The nWo to form The nWo Wolfpac. Almost immediately, both factions of the group began vying for the allegiance of Sting. As chaos erupted between the two teams on WCW Monday Nitro, Sting descended from the rafters to deliver his decision.

How old is Sting when he comes to the ring?

On Wednesday night’s special episode of AEW Dynamite, the now 61-year-old made a shocking return to wrestling, marking his first appearance on TNT in nearly 20 years, since the end of WCW. Sting interrupted a tag match and walked to the ring with his signature baseball bat as the limited audience in Jacksonville lost it.

When did Sting first appear on AEW Dynamite?

Sting’s appearance on AEW Dynamite also marked his first appearance on TNT in 19 years. The Stinger was Mr. WCW, and WCW Nitro personified TNT in the 1990s. In essence, it celebrated a reunion between the entities, perhaps that was in the making for a long time. This point was confirmed by Tony Khan, in a press release.

When did Sting win his first World Championship?

Sting’s first world championship reign ended January 11, 1991, when Flair defeated him in a rematch from Starrcade. In the same month, WCW seceded from the National Wrestling Alliance, in the process recognizing a WCW World Heavyweight Championship and a WCW World Tag Team Championship.

Who is Sting and what kind of wrestling does he do?

Sting is known for his time spent as the public face of two major professional wrestling promotions: the now-defunct World Championship Wrestling (WCW), which displaced the World Wrestling Federation (WWF, now WWE) as the leading professional wrestling organization in the United States from 1995 to 1998; and Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (TNA).