Sting - Return of an Icon Trailer

Sting - Return of an Icon Trailer (2006)

10 October 2006

"Sting: Return Of An Icon" is the first Sting DVD release in nearly a decade and is a comprehensive look at the career of the wrestling legend from the man himself. The DVD includes two major parts - the first being an extensive look back at his career, the second being his return to TNA.

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