There's no doubt that Sting, who is 56 years old, is in the twilight of his wrestling career, and while it's not likely, his match with Seth Rollins for the WWE world heavyweight championship at next Sunday's Night of Champions pay-per-view may end up being the final match of his career.

Unfortunately for Sting, if next Sunday is the last time he steps into the ring, the man who he wants to call his final match, WWE Hall of Famer Jim Ross, won't be there to call the action.

Sting appeared on Jim Ross's podcast -- The Ross Report -- and made it clear that he wants Ross, who is widely considered as the best play-by-play commentator in the history of professional wrestling, to call his retirement match, whenever that will be.

"There are only a few guys that I have on my list, that I would want to come back, and call their last match. And you're on that list," Ross said to Sting on the podcast. "Well, let me go ahead and make it clear, the feeling is mutual. I absolutely... anyone on the face of this earth, to call my last match, it would have to be Jim Ross," Sting responded.

Ross is, unfortunately, still on the outs with WWE. He was fired from the company in 2013 following an incident at a press event where some thought he was intoxicated. Ross has continued to deny that he was under the influence at the event, but, he has no animosity towards WWE for firing him, as he claims that he was ready to move on from the company anyway.

Even though Sting's final match of his career could take place at Night of Champions, it's likely that he'll wrestle beyond that event, and his final match could end up being at WrestleMania 32 in April of next year.

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So, if Sting wants Ross to come back and call his match at WrestleMania, he has plenty of time to try to make that happen.

As for who Sting will end up working against, well, many believe that he'll end up taking on Bray Wyatt, as the two of them were originally scheduled to start their feud last month leading into SummerSlam. But, in WWE, plans often change, and it's likely that WWE still wants to do Sting vs. Wyatt, but at WrestleMania.

Of course, everyone is hoping for Sting vs. Undertaker, but, as of right now, that's not in WWE's plans. But, of course, like with the Sting vs. Wyatt situation, plans very well could end up changing.