Headlies: Samoa Joe Revealed To Be Sting In Disguise

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Portland, OR – In what can only be described as the most shocking twist of the modern wrestling era, Samoa Joe was revealed to be none other than WCW legend Sting.

The major revelation came during a passionate in-ring promo by Triple H with Samoa Joe at his side.

“Tonight, I stand before you with the dominant Samoa Joe by side as the true leader of the WWE,” said Triple H triumphantly. “The Samoa Submission Machine will do my bidding and will devastate anyone that gets in my way. Just ask Seth Rollins. Joe twisted his body like a soft pretzel fresh out of the oven. If I told him to, Joe would have even salted Rollins and covered him in mustard. Sorry, I skipped lunch today. Anyway, nothing will stop me now!”

As a worked-up Triple H went into minute 20 of his speech, Samoa Joe slowly began to peel his own face back, much to the shock and horror of the live crowd. Shrieks of terror soon gave way to cheers of elation as beneath the Samoa Joe mask was the iconic black and white face paint of Sting.

Confused by a positive reaction during one of his rants, Triple H turned around and stood frozen in fear. Sting grabbed Triple H and delivered a devastating Scorpion Death Drop.

“It’s me, Hunter! It was me all along, Hunter!” shouted Sting above the deafening roar of the crowd. “I’ve been waiting and planning for months to get back to you. I had to act like Joe, dress like Joe, injure people like Joe. The real Samoa Joe is tied up in a supply closet at Full Sail University. The final piece was hurting Seth Rollins in order to get to you and exact revenge for my loss at Wrestlemania.”

Sting stood over Triple H’s limp body and pointed to the Wrestlemania sign.

“Oh, and while we’re giving out big reveals, I’m also Little Jimmy, I drove the white hummer, I blew up Vince’s limo, and I stole the last cookie from the cookie jar! Woooo!” shouted Sting as the arena roared in approval.

Shortly after the promo, a rescue team was dispatched to Full Sail University to ensure that Samoa Joe was, in fact, still alive.

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11 Responses to "Headlies: Samoa Joe Revealed To Be Sting In Disguise"
  1. Caveman says:

    Breaking News: Samoa Joe to 205 Live after hungering in the closet for all this time!

  2. John C says:

    Then in their Wrestlemania rematch, Triple H beats Sting again. Not only does Sting shake H3’s hand once more he also embraces him and is forced to read from the teleprompter that if Hunter would have gone to WCW in the late 90’s they would still be in business today. Sting also gives CEO Paul a foot massage, back rub and preforms a sex act on him which Ric Flair had once described. Known as the Marriot Manipulaor the sight of this causes the first 12 rows of spectators to pass out from curiosity/oxygen deprivation and complete loss of all senses for several hours afterward. A sobbing Byron Sexton on commentary could only say in hushed tones, “Why did Sting’s head have to go so far up Triple H’s behind? Why….”

  3. Geoff says:

    Make this happen. Please. This was the greatest Idea you have given WWE yet. Make it happen! Make…. it…. HAPPEN!

    I didn’t think Little Jimmy was real but Truth was right all along.

  4. Adam says:

    Yes, but was Ms Hancock’s baby responsible for Joe being kidnapped by ninjas?

  5. CF says:

    Heck, I’m expecting Sting to wipe off the paint, and reveal he’s actually Eric Young.

    “What — the whole ‘Showtime’ thing wasn’t a big-enough clue?”

  6. Raging_Demons says:

    Hrm…Put a knitted cap on “Joe”/Sting and he looks an awful like Eric Cartman

  7. CF says:

    BTW: The gray text-block for this in the scrolling header is blank.

  8. #OPC says:

    Aw, son of a b*tch.

  9. the14thListener says:

    The logistics of wearing face paint under a latex mask seem daunting.

  10. Geoff says:

    Not to mention hot

  11. Gabe Benson says:

    This would be my vote for best angle of the year 2017, book it.

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