The Man Called Sting is heavily rumored to be joining WWE soon. A longtime loyal WCW icon, Sting is notable for being the biggest star to never work for the company. It appears that's all about to change, and Sting will be able to have his last run on the big stage before a proper send-off and Hall of Fame induction. The man born Steve Borden broke into the business in 1985 as Steve "Flash" Borden, one half of Powerteam U.S.A. His partner was Jim "The Justice" Hellwig, who would go on to become 2014 WWE Hall of Fame inductee The Ultimate Warrior. The two bounced around the territories for a bit before settling in Mid-South as The Blade Runners (Sting and Rock), one of the many generic Road Warrior ripoffs. It wasn't long before Rock went his own way, heading down to World Class and Sting was left to make a name for himself on his own. When Jim Crockett Promotions purchased Mid-South (which had become the UWF), Sting was one of the top prospects and immediately placed into a higher profile position. The fans really took to the young star, with his look, charisma and energetic style drawing lots of attention. He became a top star for WCW in less than a year. Sting would go on to a legendary career in professional wrestling, despite spending nearly a decade toiling away in the darkness that is TNA. He's a highly decorated performer, and has been a part of some of the biggest cards and matches ever held. His value system has been a large part of his decision to turn down several offers to join WWE, but since moving to PG content programming, the show is more in line with Sting's personal beliefs and that is no longer an obstacle. The prospect of him in WWE is very exciting for longtime fans who,a despite the fact that he's now 55 years old, are excited to see where his likely brief WWE career will lead. We'll just have to wait and see. Especially since "the only thing for sure about Sting...is that nothing's for sure about Sting." Let's take a look back at the Stinger's career. Here's 5 awesome matches...and 5 that sucked. Let's get to the awesome.