WWE.com is reporting that, in an appearance on Ric Flair’s “WOOOOO! Nation” podcast, “The Icon” Sting provided an update on his condition following his scary injury at Night of Champions in September during his WWE World Heavyweight Title match against Seth Rollins. The former six-time WCW World Heavyweight Champion told “The Nature Boy” that he will require surgery to repair an injury in his neck, saying “I’ve got two spots in my neck that are troublesome, it’s called cervical spinal stenosis. So I have two areas in my neck where the spinal canal — which holds the spinal cord — [is] kind of choked off at two different locations.” Sting then mentioned that he doesn’t know right now whether or not he will need a more invasive neck fusion surgery, mentioning that the operation is similar to the one that John Cena underwent in 2008. “The Stinger” said that the injury wasn’t affecting his day-to-day life and that he just returned from a tour in Europe and when asked if he thinks he has one more match left in him, Sting said “absolutely”.
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