The Dallas Cowboys Hired WWE’s Sting As Their Intimidation Coach (Sort Of) Brandon Caldwell December 20, 2016 Flicks, Sports What do you do when your new coach is also a WWE Hall of Famer? The Cowboys & Sting soon find out. The Dallas Cowboys social media staff have had plenty of fun with the 2016 season. Earlier this year, a few Cowboys such as Cole Beasley, Dez Bryant & Ezekiel Elliott starred in a “Too Much Sauce” video. The gem? Elliott feverishly spooning cereal into his mouth, similar to his “Feed Me” first down celebration. Now the Cowboys have a new video, and it mixes both The Office, a little “Terry Tate: Office Linebacker” and the world of the WWE. Since his retirement, Sting has quietly returned to his native home of Dallas. With the Cowboys currently at 12-2 and in firm control of the NFC East, the Cowboys figured they needed a little extra help for the playoff stretch. Enter the six-time WCW Champion and Hall of Famer in both the WWE & TNA. In a hilarious spoof, The Man They Call Sting shows up to Valley Ranch, baseball bat and desk job in tow. From getting coffee, scolding a co-worker who confuses him with Sting of The Police and educating Cowboys on proper face paint, Sting’s a natural fit given Jerry Jones’ nature as the Vince McMahon of the NFL anyway. The only person not with the program? Jason Witten. Let it be known that Jason Witten probably would have been part of the Four Horsemen back in the day. Probably the Arn Anderson to Tony Romo’s Ric Flair. You know, bad back and all. Welcome the Dallas Cowboys' newest coach… pic.twitter.com/ccrNPTLiWt — Dallas Cowboys (@dallascowboys) December 20, 2016 Share this:TweetShare on Tumblr Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.