New Customs: Undertaker and Sting April 12, 2008Posted by skribbel24 in Customs.
Undertaker has undergone a lot of changes over the course of his WWE career, but his coolest look would probably be during the Ministry of Darkness era. In 1999, Undertaker became a monster heel and forming the Ministry of Darkness, explaining that he was taking orders from a “Higher Power.” Eventually, the Ministry merged with Shane McMahon’s Corporation heel stable to form the Corporate Ministry. During this time, The Undertaker was booked to defeat Austin for his third WWF Championship at Over the Edge with help from Shane McMahon, the special referee. Two weeks later, it was revealed on RAW that Vince McMahon had been the Undertaker character’s “Higher Power” all along. After Undertaker dropped the WWF title back to Austin one night after King of the Ring, his relationship with the McMahons dissolved, and the Corporate Ministry disbanded.
When WCW folded, hardcore fans thought we saw the last of Sting in the major leagues, as he never signed with WWE. Since the sale of WCW, Sting has wrestled sporadically for the World Wrestling Allstars and for TNA in matches usually featuring Jeff Jarrett. In 2006, Sting signed a one year deal to wrestle for TNA. That deal has been extended and he went on to win the NWA World Championship from Jeff Jarrett at the company’s biggest show to date, Bound for Glory. That contract was renewed for another year in 2007.