Sting Needs Neck Surgery After Match Against Seth Rollins

During an appearance on this week’s WOOOOO! Nation Podcast, Sting told Ric Flair that he will require neck surgery as a result of injuries sustained during his match against Seth Rollins at Night of Champions.

Sting says he lost feeling in his arms and legs after receiving two “buckle bombs” by Rollins. MRI’s would reveal that he’ll need surgery. He told Ric Flair:

“Yeah, MRI’s and neurologists have been looking at it, Dr. Maroon out of Pittsburgh, he’s looked at it. He’s telling me that I’ll have to have a surgery. The dust only in the last couple weeks has kind of started to settle a little bit for me, just trying to get so much done in life but now it’s time to go get this thing taken care of. No, I’m hoping (they don’t have to do a fusion surgery). I know that’s one of the techniques that they use and I’m not sure if Dr. Maroon will have to do that or not. I’ve got two spots in my neck that are troublesome. I guess it’s called cervical spinal stenosis. That’s what it is. I have two areas in my neck where the spinal canal, which holds the spinal cord, it’s kind of choked off in two different locations. Lucky that a catastrophe didn’t happen that night, long story short. I’ve gotta go get it fixed. I guess John Cena had something very similar, he had his fixed, and Dr. Maroon has done several of the WWE guys up there and all with great success.”

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