There are reports linking to a video of Sting telling a TMZ cameraman that his neck is okay and that he is not retiring. However, when you go to the website the video is no longer available. The, now 57-year-old, 2016 WWE Hall of Famer reportedly has spinal stenosis which came to light after the match with Seth Rollins at Night of Champions back in September. WWE did an interview last year days after with the former WCW, TNA, NWA champion who said:

I was out in the hospital — out like a light. They had a neck brace on me, and they were pumping me with [medication] to get me out of pain. I had to do a CT scan and an MRI. They ended up talking to my wife, and I have some details from my wife, but I still have [further evaluation ahead]. They mentioned cervical spinal stenosis, but that’s only part of what I heard. I don’t know if there’s anything else. The doctor did tell my wife, “He’s going to have to get this dealt with. He’s lucky he walked out of there.”