Exclusive: Watch Intro to ‘Sting: Into The Light’ DVD Documentary – Sting Visits WWE HQ!

October 8, 2015 by Daniel Bee

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Less than a week away from the “Sting: Into The Light” DVD and Blu-ray releasing to stores, WrestlingDVDNetwork.com exclusively reveals the intro video to the documentary!

In the intro, Sting visits WWE Headquarters in Stamford, CT back in August 2014, where he would go on to meet with Vince McMahon, Triple H and other WWE personnel. Sting’s comments here are particularly interesting as he reveals his then-intention to wrestle only one more match.

Check out the clip for the first time below and be sure to pre-order WWE’s Sting DVD or Blu-ray by clicking here to Amazon.com or here to WWEShop.com.



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  1. Isrs4life says:

    I was at my local wal-mart today of Friday and I saw 7 copies of the Sting into the light dvd set and I picked up the best one and it’s sort of an early release here
    in canada well there is a holiday on monday but it should of come next tuesday but I was thankful enough to get Sting – Into the light early.

  2. NickP says:

    After watching Stings documentary yesterday, I have to say, very well done! Spans his career by featuring highlights of his Memphis and UWF days, WCW Rivalries, his popularity and his WWE arrival. This was a refreshing style of documentary that didn’t feel too long or too short. The WWE HQ segments are very interesting sneak peaks into what WWE puts into their superstars and you get a real sense of how the WWE has become a global entertainment monster. There is little mention of TNA, which by little I mean one mention. There is a good chance you will gain much more respect for Steve Borden as Sting and as a person who was honest, loyal and didn’t subscribe to backstage politics. Overall great release.

  3. RabidHeat says:

    That intro does make me so intrigued to see the documentary now. Being a big Sting and WCW fan I do resent the ‘Into the Light’ title a bit, as he was more than ‘in the light’ during in his time in WCW, and even TNA for that matter, but I suppose since it’s a WWE production you’d be foolish to expect any other approach. Looking to forward to the behind the scenes stuff in this though. Curious as to what he will be seen discussing with Paul Heyman backstage.

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