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Sting: Moment of Truth (2004)

Sting (Steve Borden) captures the imagination of the wrestling world in a way that few have. This wrestling superstar has appeared to more than half a billion people worldwide in live and ... See full summary »

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Himself - Sting
Donnie Fallgatter ...
Young Steve Borden
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Sue Borden
Matthew Carlton ...
Reporter
Daniel Maddox ...
Gale
Bert Prentice ...
Wrestling Coach
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Charley
Lowell Perry ...
Jonathan
Carson Petraitis ...
Boy Steve - 8 years old
Robert Venneri ...
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T.V. Referee #2
Jeremy Borash ...
Ring Announcer (as Jeremy Norash)
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Himself
Susan Routh Bowman ...
Floor Director (as Susan Bowman)
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Konnan (archive footage)
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Sting (Steve Borden) captures the imagination of the wrestling world in a way that few have. This wrestling superstar has appeared to more than half a billion people worldwide in live and broadcast events, and his exploits in the ring with fellow wrestling stars like Hulk Hogan, Hall and Nash, Ric Flair, the Horsemen, Lex Luger and many others became legendary in the world of professional wrestling. Written by Anonymous

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wrestling | warrior | christianity | See All (3) »


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12 October 2004 (USA)  »

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Worst wrestling movie ever
25 February 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Please stop rating this if you don't know wrestling. The facts are just made up, the story is fake, and it's terrible.

All of the wrestling footage is of NWA-TNA, even though he only had 1 match in the promotion. All the events Sting says happened to him are all out of order, it's just a bad movie. I commend him for being a Born Again Christian and believing in that. I don't fault Sting as a person, he's a great person, but this movie is bad. There's NO truth in it at all, and if any wrestling fans who KNEW the business saw it...they would agree.

This is right along the lines of the "Jesse Ventura Story" in the case of people just making things up. We all know wrestling is fake, and that most people don't respect the fans of it and think they are morons, etc. But don't insult my intelligence by making stuff up for a Christian movie and then ask me to believe it.

The worst part is that people who have never watched wrestling are praising this movie as one of the best ever, when they have never watched wrestling on TV. That would be like me saying "Navy SEALS" is true to life without ever seeing it. It's stupid


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