In a quietly historic moment, Sting “Steve Borden” worked his first appearance for WWE in the past week.
Borden appeared on the Ultimate Warrior “Greatest Matches” special exclusive to the WWE Network as one of the guest stars who spoke about his memories of Jim Hellwig. His comments were recorded in the days after Warrior’s death last Tuesday, chronically speaking on the Warrior special after comments from Ricky “The Dragon” Steamboat.
Sting spoke about his favourite Warrior memory, reminiscing about the time Warrior put tuna and orange in a blender and said; “I got my protein and vitamin C all in one.”
Sting and Warrior’s career began at the same time when they were recruited by Rick Bassman in the 80s. Their big break came soon after when they started working for Jerry Jarrett in the mid 1980s as the Power Team USA before turning heel and
The WWE wrestler recently revealed that he's auditioned for the part of Ukafa, a vicious warrior that stands in the way of Jason Momoa's Conan. Although an official casting announcement has yet to be made, Gaspard reached out to MTV News to talk about his experience in auditioning for the "Conan" villain.
In our exclusive interview, Gaspard spoke about his take on the character of Ukafa, his experience meeting Jason Momoa, and other comic book characters he'd like to play.
MTV News: Shad, how did you land the opportunity to audition for "Conan" as Ukafa?
Shad Gaspard: First off, I am a big fan of "Conan." I have the VHS and DVD version of [the Arnold Schwarzenegger films] with [commentary]. So when my agent, Rick Bassman of Cesd, told
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