Despite over a decade of fine work in WCW and years propping up TNA, the iconic Sting only had two matches inside a WWE ring. The second was a title bout with Seth Rollins at Night Of Champions 2015, but it's the first (and more famous) opposite Triple H at WrestleMania 31 which gets the in-depth doc treatment on the Network.
Following on from the fine ECW Untold was always going to be a tough task. The bite-sized, blink-and-you'll-miss-it 20-minute format isn't the problem, it's more that fans will go into Sting's one with preconceived thoughts that his WWE run could've been ten times better. In fairness, WWE address those complaints succinctly and without protest, although this isn't a film without spin.
It's an in-house production, after all.
WWE have served another master; fans who don't have oodles of time to sit down and watch lengthy documentaries will find a lot to like in Untold. Sting's journey from 2K15 character to WrestleMania attendee and WWE Hall Of Famer is one you'll enjoy, and it's more worthwhile than some might think thanks to WWE's willingness to peel back the curtain...