Sting net worth:
“Steven Borden, better known as Sting and with a net worth of $8 million, is an American professional wrestler who has won 15 world heavyweight championships. Before he became the icon that we know today, Steven was part of Team USA in Memphis-based wrestling company Continental Wrestling Association before moving on to Universal Wrestling Federation where he alter ego Blade Runners first appeared.”
In 1989, Sting had a match against Ric Flair. By the end of it all, he was renamed “Sting,” and looked to be one with great potential after his fight. He claimed his first NWA World Heavyweight Championship in 1990 when WCW became an official wrestling company as well; this would not last long enough for him but gave him time to learn more about what managing such power entailed before looking at other championships. Later on, Borden’s face also happened to become that of WCW itself during its nineties golden years (1990-1998). In 1997 alone Borden won six different world titles from four companies – including two large gold ones called the WWE International Championships and WWA World Heavyweight Champion within just a few months.
Sting, a top name in wrestling history, has been the face of multiple companies. In WCW he held all titles and was named as their greatest superstar by WWE. He also holds many other accolades including being four-times Pro Wrestling Illustrated’s Most Popular Wrestler of the Year and holding three different tag team championships with Kurt Angle and Kevin Nash.
Sting is one wrestler who can be found at every major organization: from his beginnings in World Championship Wrestling to later stints during time periods such as TNA Impact! or Total Nonstop Action (TNA) where he won two world heavyweight championship reigns before retiring for good on May 26th following an emotional farewell speech delivered live on pay per view that night after Lockdown.
Sting was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2016 and he is also a member of TNA’s hall. The Sting has accomplished 25 championships throughout his time as an athlete, Pro Wrestling Illustrated even awarded him “Most Popular Wrestler” four times!