As a Christian and a Sting fan, I was incredibly hopeful for an emotionally riveting account of Sting's wrestling career and his personal life. Though WWE likely owns the footage to many of Sting's fights and therefore such footage was unable to be included in the movie, the ridiculously corny and staged matches do not fool audiences for a moment. Rather than utilizing staged interviews and terribly long reenacted road trips, Sting ought to have just spoken candidly, involved other wrestlers who observed his transformation, and gave us a real glimpse into his life and conversion. I really appreciate Sting's boldness and his faith, but I think viewers would simply get more from reading an article about Sting than watching a 90 minute documentary that should have been a 30 minute special on 60 Minutes. Don't rent it, don't buy it.