Steve Borden and his life after WWE

News by Clarence Published on 11 Apr,2016 Updated on 11 Apr,2016

Steve Borden born on March 20, 1959,  is better known by the ring name Sting, is an American retired professional wrestler, actor, author, and former bodybuilder. Sting is known for his time spent as the public face of two major pro wrestling companies: the now-defunct world championship wrestling (WCW), which displaced the World Wrestling Federation (WWF, now WWE) as the leading pro wrestling organization in the United States from 1995–1998 and total nonstop action wrestling (TNA). With a career spanning more than three decades, Borden cultivated a legacy as one of the greatest pro wrestlers of all time.

Talking about his personal life, Borden was an anabolic steroid user in the 1980s. He became a born-again Christian in August 1998, after confessing his adultery, and substance and alcohol abuse to his then-wife. He and Sue divorced in 2010. Borden has three children, two sons, Garrett Lee and Steve, Jr. and a daughter named Gracie, who was born in 2000. His elder son Garrett attends Azusa  pacific university, where he plays college football as a running back. Steven attended Kilgore College, where he played tight end; on December 19, 2012, he committed to attend the university of KentuckyAfter the 2015 NFL draft, Steven was invited by the Kansas city chiefs to try out for the team at their rookie mini-camp. Borden married his second wife Sabine in 2015, shortly after WrestleMania 31. He also has a step-daughter, Jessica.

Borden was born in omaha, Nebraska, and raised in southern california. He excelled at football and basketball in high school, and later embarked on a career in bodybuildingonce co-owning a gold's gym health club. Borden is a graduate of the university of california,  los angeles. He had no interest in professional wrestling and no television access to it within his home community, but decided to pursue a career in the industry after being taken to an "incredible" world wrestling federation (WWF) event in los angeles where he saw hulk hogan, the iron sheik, the british bulldogs, andre the giant, and others perform. bordan started his carrer at a young age, he was only 26 when he started. there's no exact salary given but his net worth is $8 million.

steve borden had no interest in wrestling back then but now his life had dramatically changed after entering wwe. people loved him. once he was also been into drugs and things were going downfall and not even his wife could stop him from the addiction but then he decided to turn to god for help and now he is recovering slowly.