Source: Grantland

Grantland has an interview with Sting, who discussed appearing in WWE 2K15. Here are just a few highlights:

If he will appear onscreen for WWE:

"I'll just say that I'm all in and very willing to participate. Believe me."

The response to the WWE 2K15 promo:

"One of the interesting things I read about the promo video was that for anybody who thought the generational gap would be not in Sting's favor, well, we can put that to rest. The way the crowd reacted was amazing and even the younger kids who don't know who I am. The painted face, that video I'm the sort of guy who's really hard to please, but when I saw that video, with the violins playing, it was great."

If he wishes that he would have been a part of WWE sooner:

"Yeah, you know what they say about hindsight. I can look back now and wonder why I didn't do this earlier. But it is what it is, and I'm excited right now. It's like Vince used to say every time I came close to signing but never did: "Don't forget to cross your t's and dot your i's, and someday we'll do business together." And here we are. It's a video game, but that's for starters, and we'll see how it develops from here. I'm glad it turned out the way it did."

Sting also discussed past negotiations with WWE, wanting a match with The Undertaker, Ultimate Warrior memories and much more. You can check out the full interview by clicking here.

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