Sting net worth
Current Net Worth – $8 Million (USD – 80 Lakhs), (Rupees – 61 Crores)
Sting short biography
|Net Worth||$8 Million|
|Born||March 20, 1959 (Age – 63)|
|Identified as||American Professional Wrestler & Former Bodybuilder|
|Education||University of California, Los Angeles|
|Spousal status||Married (Sue Borden M. 1986; Div. 2010), (Sabine Glenn M. 2015)|
Sting has a net worth of $8 Million (Rupees – 61 Crores), an American Professional Wrestler & Former Bodybuilder, he is one of the most popular wrestlers in WWE.
Steve Borden, best known by his ring moniker Sting, is a former bodybuilder and professional wrestler who is presently signed to All Elite Wrestling (AEW) as Darby Allin’s trainer.
He is widely considered one of the best professional wrestlers of all time, with a legacy built during a five-decade career.
He won a total of fifteen world titles during his career.
Throughout his career, Sting won a total of 26 championships, including 21 in WCW and TNA.
On four times, readers of Pro Wrestling Illustrated voted him “Most Popular Wrestler of the Year,” a record he holds with John Cena.
The Wrestling Observer Newsletter Hall of Fame inducted Sting in 2016.
He has “a stratospheric degree of prestige that few will ever touch,” according to Slam! Sports.
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|Full Name||Steve Borden|
|Ring name(s)||Blade Runner Flash, Blade Runner Sting, Steve Borden, Sting|
|Birthplace||Omaha, Nebraska, U.S.|
|Height||6.2 feet, 188 cm|
|Father||Steven Borden Sr.|
Steve Borden was born on March 20, 1959, in Omaha, Nebraska, U.S.
Borden grew up in Southern California after being born in Omaha, Nebraska.
Borden had no interest in professional wrestling and no access to it on television in his hometown, but after being taken to a “incredible” World Wrestling Federation (WWF) event in Los Angeles where he saw Hulk Hogan, The Iron Sheik, The British Bulldogs, André the Giant, and others perform, he decided to pursue a career in the industry.
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— Sting (@Sting) April 25, 2022
In high school, he was a football and basketball player, and subsequently pursued a career in bodybuilding, co-owning a Gold’s Gym health club.
Borden, who wrestled under the ring name Flash, formed Power Team USA with Jim “Justice” Hellwig (who would go on to become The Ultimate Warrior in the WWF) in independent All-California Championship Wrestling.
The Blade Runners first appeared in the Universal Wrestling Federation (UWF), an organization founded by Bill Watts and located in Alexandria, Louisiana. Borden’s ring name was changed from Flash to Sting, while Hellwig’s was changed to Rock.
Gilbert intervened on Taylor’s side after about against Terry Taylor in mid-1987, losing Sting the match.
Sting challenged Ric Flair for the NWA World Heavyweight Championship at Clash of the Champions I in March 1988.
After refusing to forfeit his championship shot against Flair at Clash of the Champions X: Texas Shootout on February 6, 1990, Sting was immediately removed from The Four Horsemen, reigniting their enmity.
Flair beat Sting in a rematch from Starrcade on January 11, 1991, ending Sting’s first world championship reign.
On April 12, 1992, Sting defended his WCW World championship against the 450-pound Big Van Vader at The Omni in Atlanta.
Throughout the first part of 1994, Sting had a feud with Vader and Rude.
At Bash at the Beach 1995, Sting beat Meng in a rematch for the championship.
Early in 1996, Sting’s look began to shift: he began to grow longer, darker hair, replacing his blond flattop, and he began to wear black tights with a multi-colored scorpion, though he still wore his multicolored ones on occasion and kept his colorful face paint.
The nWo began to disintegrate as 1998 began. With the aid of Savage, who was beginning to break from the nWo, Sting reclaimed the vacant WCW World Heavyweight Championship at SuperBrawl VIII in February.
On April 10, 2000, WCW bosses Vince Russo and Eric Bischoff restarted the storylines and declared the belts vacated in a bid to resuscitate the dying business.
Sting did not return to WCW until March 26, 2001, when the final edition of Nitro aired.
In May 2003, Sting returned to WWA for a second tour, successfully defending his title against Rick Steiner, Shane Douglas, and Disco Inferno.
The lights in the arena went out on December 11, 2005, while Jeff Jarrett stood in the ring celebrating his triumph, and pictures of a scorpion—symbol— Sting’s flashed on the arena screens, along with the date “January 15, 2006.”
Sting maintained his feud with Abyss in 2007 while attempting to reclaim the NWA World Heavyweight Championship, fighting him in Last Rites matches at Final Resolution, Against All Odds, and Destination X, although he never won the championship.
Sting challenged Samoa Joe for the TNA World Heavyweight Championship on October 12, 2008, at Bound for Glory IV, and was successful in capturing the championship after Kevin Nash returned and whacked Joe with Sting’s baseball bat.
On February 24, 2011, he returned as a surprise challenger at the tapings of the March 3 episode of Impact!, defeating Immortal’s Jeff Hardy to win the TNA World Heavyweight Championship for the third time.
Sting had a feud with TNA World Heavyweight Champion Bobby Roode in the opening months of 2012.
Bill Apter, a veteran professional wrestling journalist, wrote about Sting’s career for WWE.com on February 19, 2014, claiming that Sting’s “greatest days may still be ahead of him.”
Sting was revealed as the inaugural member of the WWE Hall of Fame Class of 2016 on the January 11, 2016 edition of Raw.
On February 19, 2014, Bill Apter, a veteran professional wrestling journalist, wrote for WWE.com regarding Sting’s career, suggesting that Sting’s “best days may still be ahead of him.”
After a tag team bout pitting Cody Rhodes and Darby Allin against Powerhouse Hobbs and Ricky Starks at Winter Is Coming on December 2, 2020, Sting made his All Elite Wrestling (AEW) debut.
Sting and Sammy Guevara would defeat Andrade El Idolo, Matt Hardy, and Isiah Kassidy in a Tornado tag team match at Revolution 2022.
Sting income model
|Monthly Income||$1 Lakh+ (Rupees – 76 Lakh+)|
|Yearly Income||$1 Million+ (Rupees – 7.6 Crore+)|
Private & early life
Sue Borden was Borden’s first wife, and the couple married in 1986.
Garrett Lee and Steven, Jr. are their sons, while Gracie, their daughter, was born in the year 2000.
After 24 years together, Borden and Sue split in 2010. In the year 2015, Borden married Sabine, his second wife.
In the 1980s, Borden acknowledged taking anabolic steroids. After admitting his infidelity, and drug and alcohol misuse to his then-wife, he became a born-again Christian in August 1998.
Garrett, his older son, played running back at Azusa Pacific University. Steven Jr. was a tight end at Kilgore College before committing to the University of Kentucky on December 19, 2012.
Steven Jr. was asked to try out for the Kansas City Chiefs at their rookie mini-camp after the 2015 NFL Draft, but he did not get a contract offer.
|1991||Battlebowl Battle Royal|
|2006||Comeback of the Year|
|2011||Comeback of the Year|
|2014||Comeback of the Year|