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Sting Reveals TNA’s Intentions Behind Signing Him

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• OLD SCHOOL VIDEO HISTORY (September 30, 1991) – WWF Prime Time Wrestling

On this day in 1991, the World Wrestling Federation aired an episode of their weekly TV show ‘WWF Prime Time Wrestling’.

It featured pre-taped matches, studio interviews & storyline segments on the road to the ‘WWF Survivor Series 1991’ PPV.

The card can be found right here:

– Ric Flair vs. Jim Powers

– In Studio Guest: Hulk Hogan

– A Clip Of Hulk Hogan In Suburban Commando

– Bret Hart vs. Hercules

– In Studio Guest: Virgil

– Ted DiBiase vs. Mark Thomas

– WWF Special Report: Mean Gene Interviews Sgt. Slaughter

– The Legion Of Doom vs. Mike Durham & Mike Williams

– Hulk Hogan Returns To The Studio Dressed As Suburban Commando

– The Beverly Brothers vs. Joe Milano & Martin Roy

– The British Bulldog vs. Big Bully Busick

– In Studio Guest: Skinner

– Jim Duggan vs. Col. Mustafa

– Jake Roberts vs. Tony Diamond

– Hulk Hogan Returns To The Studio

• Sting Reveals TNA’s Intentions Behind Signing Him

During a recent appearance on Apter Chat, WWE Hall of Famer Sting talked about signing with TNA, staying there for almost a decade and TNA’s intentions behind signing him.

Below is what “The Icon” said:

“I thought let’s try TNA and again, you know they kind of gave me what I wanted and obviously it is not all about money with TNA, but it was the schedule I was able to have that I could attain and they were very agreeable and I did that and the rest is history.

You know, I planned on doing it for a year maybe or a couple of years. But you know they brought me in hopes that other big name guys might want to come in.

That worked because quite a few of them ended up coming in. Kurt Angle was the first. You know Mick Foley was there. (Scott) Hall and (Kevin) Nash they were there. Scotty, (Ric) Flair, and (Hulk) Hogan were there.

A lot of guys ended up coming in there and it was a lot of fun.”

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