Unfortunately its just an excuse for HHH, Flair, and McMahon to betray Sting at Wrestlemania and then beat him up afterwards.
This got me thinking, I love Triple H and all, but you know at some point he's working an angle with Sting just so he can betray Sting like Flair did. Hell, I'd love for them to make a huge joke of it too. Hunter betrays Sting on RAW one week and the next Sting calls Trips out to explain himself and he apologizes saying he saw Flair do it so much that it looked like fun and he had to do it too.
Sting: Explain yourself Hunter! I thought I could trust you!
Hunter: Think for a minute Sting, how many people have "betrayed" you? Flair, Hogan, Flair, Arn, Ole, Sid, Flair, Lex Luger, Flair, Macho Man, Barry Windham, Flair, Hogan, Yourself, Flair, Lex...hell, Ric has betrayed two more times since I started this list! Did you ever think that you're the problem?
Sting signs with WWE and reports to nXt immediately
Borden Steven showing up in NXT will definitely cause shockwaves around the industry.
If this is true (and I'll have to see it to believe it), then debuting Sting the night after Mania is the smart move. The smarky crowd will recognize and likely pop big for Sting, whereas a younger, more neutered crowd in the middle of no where probably wouldn't react much for him.
I don't know what confounds me more about this statement: the idea that any wrestling crowd anywhere wouldn't react to Sting in a WWE ring, or that New Orleans is "in the middle of nowhere".
Kane and Big Show are The Local Men. The Local Men are Kane and Big Show. No one else can join, no one else was a Local Man in some other era. As long as it's kept to those two, it's most absolutely beautiful idea ever.