WWE Hall of Famer Sting is reportedly no longer working the upcoming Super ShowDown pay per view from Saudi Arabia.
The former WCW champion was rumored to be making his in-ring return at the February 27th event, but PW Insider noted that those talks have died down. The Stinger hasn't wrestled a match since his WWE title opportunity against Seth Rollins at the 2015 Night of Champions show. During that bout...Sting took Rollins' signature buckle-bomb maneuver and had some trouble standing afterwards, but was bravely able to make it to the finish. He later announced his retirement at his Hall of Fame speech in 2016.
As of now WWE Super ShowDown will feature Brock Lesnar defending the WWE championship against Ricochet, and the New Day defending the SmackDown tag titles against the Miz and John Morrison. Bill Goldberg will be returning to WWE television this week, and is expected to announce his matchup for Super ShowDown.