Former WCW Stars Talk About Their Experiences With Sting, WWE Stock Update, RAW Top 10

- Above are the top 10 moments from last night's WWE RAW.

- WWE stock was up 0.06% today, closing at $17.26 per share. Today's high was $17.91 and the low was $17.11.

- WWE had a special look at Sting scheduled for last night's RAW but it did not air or some reason. The segment was to feature comments from current and former Superstars that have worked with Sting. However WWE's website has an article with comments on Sting from Big Show, William Regal, Goldust and others.


Big Show commented on Sting's heroics: "To fight evil, sometimes you have to become evil. That was a brilliant move to embrace that darker side. You still knew the good Sting was there, the guy you grew up with and cheered for, the guy with the big smile. But you saw this other guy that had all this anger toward the nWo; he really exemplified a character that, in a superhero kind of way, could stand up at the plate and take everyone on by himself. A lone wolf kind of deal. And with the unique ways he would enter the ring, dropping down from the ceiling or blackouts before he would show up, he kept the element of surprise. I think the thing about Sting today is he hasn't changed. Though his character has developed, the core value of who he is and what he represents hasn't changed. He's got a fan base from so many years of being someone you can depend on, kind of like John Cena. He's been through so many trials and tribulations, and been able to stick to his guns. That's what we respect in a hero."


Booker T commented on Sting's aura: "He's an enigma. He's mysterious and lurked in the shadows for many, many years. It's an aura that draws you to him. Guys like that, they're one of a kind. People have wanted to see him here in WWE for many years. I think people are intrigued by him. I think Triple H knows what he's in store for. He's conquered the business, putting himself in power as COO of a money-making company. That right there says a lot about his drive and determination. I don't think he's going to underestimate Sting. It's going to be a knock-down, drag-out fight. However, I know since 1998, when DX invaded Nitro, Sting has wanted to get even. WrestleMania's going to be a war."