Sting, better known as Steve Borden in real life, had a stellar wrestling career and officially retired in 2016. This was the time where he was inducted to the WWE Hall of Fame Class of 2016, a fitting end to his short run in the wrestling promotion. Before that, he spent countless years wrestling for the World Championship Wrestling (WCW) and Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (TNA).

At 60-years-old, Sting could make an appearance in select WWE shows if he wanted to. And it seems he is down with the idea, saying he would consider returning for one match but it would have to be at the right price, Ringside News reported. With the rise of All Elite Wrestling, the money matter could be easily addressed although it seems he would be better off returning to action under the WWE brand.

The WWE will be headed to Saudi Arabia on June 7 for Super Showdown 2019. The event will take place at the King Abdullah Sports City's King Abdullah International Stadium in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia where several wrestling icons will be the center of attraction. Among the cards include a rare clash between the Undertaker and Goldberg, two wrestlers who may be way off their prime but remain fan favorites.

Goldberg and Sting have worked together in the past but not the Undertaker. There were rumors of a planned match between the Stinger and the Dead Man but nothing really came to fruition. The last time a possible clash was mentioned was before Wrestlemania 35, although it was something that hardly gained ground, Forbes reported.

Looking ahead, however, it seems like it will only be the Undertaker who Sting would be interested in facing but at the right price. However, there is also the question of whether he is ready for the circumstances seeing how his last match in the ring did not really turn out well.

This is with reference to his WWE Night of Champions title match against Seth Rollins back in 2015. He suffered a neck injury at the time and eventually went into retirement. Borden never underwent surgery to correct the cervical spinal stenosis, mainly because Sting felt "completely normal" and had none of the side effects associated with it. Should he wrestle again, he may need to consider this because of the physicality he is likely to get in the ring.