On WWE Network's Legends With JBL, the former WWE World Champion sat down for an exclusive interview with WWE Hall Of Famer, Sting. Although the professional wrestling great officially announced his retirement from the squared circle during his WWE Hall Of Fame speech, 'The Icon' suggested that he is holding off on neck surgery in case his dream match against The Undertaker comes to fruition.

According to 'Stinger', he feels "normal" now after sustaining a neck injury during his championship match against Seth Rollins at WWE Night Of Champions in 2015. 'The Franchise' of WCW acknowledged that he is supposed to have neck surgery, but he has been putting it off.

"I am supposed to have surgery, but I'm having so many mixed messages out there. And the one thing I keep hearing is 'if you're not having side effects and you're okay, then don't do it.'"

Sting has been delaying the operation, as going under the knife would mean that he is "probably" done with professional wrestling. The former 'Blade Runner' has been holding out hope for a match with The Undertaker and he indicated that his professional wrestling career did not conclude the way he would have liked. When pressed by JBL, the master of 'The Scorpion Deathlock' admitted that he still wants a match with The Undertaker deep down and called it "unfinished business".

"Yeah, that's the unfinished business. I've always wanted to have that match. I know wrestling fans have always wanted to see it too."

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