Sting vs. Sting: Clash of the Titans
Two legends. One name. Which of these two iconic performers is more worthy of the undeniably awesome name Sting: the musician or the professional wrestler?
The rock star Sting (born Gordon Summer) hails from England and rose to fame as the leader of the Police in the late '70s. A few short years later, at the height of their commercial powers, he left to launch what has become one of the most acclaimed and diverse solo careers in rock history. And don't let his exceptionally literate lyrics fool you, this Sting is ready for ring action. He stands just shy of six feet tall, and has always been one of rock's most in-shape performers thanks to his love of yoga and adherence to a strict macrobiotic diet.
Around the same time Sumner was launching his solo career, Sting the wrestler (Steve Borden, standing 6 ft. 2 in. tall and weighing in at 250 pounds) was beginning what would turn into one of professional wrestling's most accomplished careers. During his long stints with WCW and TNA Wrestling, he's held championship gold more than 20 times. On March 29, he'll wrestle his first-ever WWE match at Wrestlemania 31, waging war for the very soul of the sport against Triple H, feared leader of the evil Authority.
So which Sting packs the bigger punch? You can vote once an hour for the icon of your choosing from now until March 30 at 11:59PM EST.
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