- As noted, Sting spoke with WWE's website to talk about the injury he suffered at Night of Champions, noting that aside from a stiff neck, he's a little banged up but feels good. Sting said he feels "pretty standard" after a match like that and said it's a "wait and see" type of situation in regards to another match. Sting also had big praise for his opponent, WWE World Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins. Below are a few more highlights:
How he would describe competing against Rollins:
The biggest pleasure. I'm honored. After 30 years and working with some of the best and some of the greatest, [Rollins] is, I'm telling you, he's got to be the best I've ever worked with. I mean, this guy has it. And I think he's just scratching the surface on what he will do. I've never seen somebody as talented. He's working two [matches] on Raw, two [matches] on the pay-per-view, he's involved in every other segment and it's physical. He's got guys coming from every angle. There's a lot on his plate. He's carrying a lot, and he's handling it. He's proven he can do it. I'm just glad I had a chance to work with him. He's the kind of guy who could be in there with a broomstick and make something very interesting happen, a match that people would love somehow.
The conversation they had after the match:
Really, I can't say enough. He poked his head in the ambulance and said, "Man, I'm so sorry. I don't know what happened." I said, "Seth, don't worry about it. It's not your fault." And he, for 15 minutes, he said, "I just wanted to tell you what an honor it was, what a pleasure. I can't believe I had a chance to get in the ring with you and work with you. I was you for Halloween when I was a kid." He was on and on about it, but man, this young guy, he doesn't have any idea how much I appreciate being able to work with him.