Exclusive: First Screens of ‘The Best of Sting’ WWE DVD – Is He Interviewed?

September 10, 2014 by Daniel Bee

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WWE’s “The Best of Sting” DVD and Blu-ray set releases in just 2 week’s time! Before then, we can now show some exclusive, first look screenshots.

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As speculated, Sting himself does not look to appear in the DVD with new interview footage, but a WCW interview with Sting from 1995 is shown at various points in the feature.

The video packages shown in between matches have interviews with several past and present Superstars and wrestling personalities. Plain black sidebars are used on the matches.

As you may notice from the screens, the WWE logo is not present in the corner of the screen, most likely because of the recent changeover to the new company logo.


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  1. Steven Jackson says:

    Excited about this set still, but I am a little bemused as to why Sting does not look to be interviewed for this DVD, considering that he was interviewed for the WWE Network.

    Still, it does not take way how much I am looking forward to checking this set out =)

  2. Brad Attitude says:

    @Daniel Bee: is the 1995 interview kinda like the same one they threw on the Brian Pillman dvd set (also another 1995 interview)??

    • Daniel Bee says:

      From what little I’ve seen (not got the full product yet) it seems like quite a good interview considering it’s old, and it works in terms of telling the story of his earlier career. They seem to just take pieces of it and show it from time to time in the video packages.

      I thought it may be from a Sting WCW VHS tape or something but maybe not. Somebody here may be able to verify what it was used for originally.

  3. Daniel Bee says:

    What are your thoughts on the only Sting interview on the DVD looking to be one from 1995, and yet lots of other wrasslin’ personalities were interviewed for it? May be a better discussion than whether or not King seriously hates YouTube (hint: he doesn’t).

  4. King9999 says:

    Youtube again?

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