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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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George King

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George King
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Credited cast:
Steve Borden ... Himself - Sting
Donnie Fallgatter Donnie Fallgatter ... Young Steve Borden
Liz Byler ... Sue Borden
Matthew Carlton Matthew Carlton ... Reporter
Daniel Maddox Daniel Maddox ... Gale
Bert Prentice Bert Prentice ... Wrestling Coach
Jeremy Childs ... Charley
Lowell Perry Lowell Perry ... Jonathan
Carson Petraitis Carson Petraitis ... Boy Steve - 8 years old
Robert Venneri Robert Venneri ... T.V. Referee
Daniel Engler ... T.V. Referee #2
Jeremy Borash Jeremy Borash ... Ring Announcer (as Jeremy Norash)
Jeff Jarrett ... Himself
Susan Routh Bowman Susan Routh Bowman ... Floor Director (as Susan Bowman)
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Charles Ashenoff ... 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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Not Rated
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

12 October 2004 (USA) See more »

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1.85 : 1
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Not good, but then again, not the worst..
23 July 2007 | by azrael979See all my reviews

Having been a wrestling fan probably longer than most who have commented on this title have actually even been alive, I feel I can safely comment on the quality of this title.

The story, whilst somewhat skewed towards Stings belief system, is still a good story of how he progressed through the ranks of the wrestling world and became one of the most recognisable faces of wrestling, despite never wrestling for WWF/E.

The archive footage from WCW is worth watching this movie alone.

The end is a little corny, with his 'How I became a bible thumping god botherer' but, it is still a good film overall and worth seeing if you are a die hard wrestling fan of the likes of WCW, ECW, WWE, ROH, DSW etc..

I will now respond to some comments made by previous posters,

petrie_ds_10 - I mean you could see part of the WWF/E logo during all the WCW footage. No, you couldn't. there is NO WWE logo anywhere in this movie. You maybe mistook the WCW Nitro black centre icon for the WWE Logo, but I'm sorry, no real WWE logos anywhere.

DLman91 - All of the wrestling footage is of NWA-TNA. Erm, no its not. Did you not SEE the WCW matches in this film??

There's NO truth in it at all, and if any wrestling fans who KNEW the business saw it...they would agree. No, we wouldn't. I have been a wrestling fan for over 25 years, a lot longer than you have been around for I suspect..


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