Sting became a WWE Hall of Famer in 2016, but the induction was bittersweet as he announced his retirement the night of the Hall of Fame ceremony. With retirement comes a lot of free time, but Sting has found a way to keep himself busy. The Dallas Cowboys have released a hilarious new video and they’ve revealed that the Hall of Famer has signed on to be their new Intimidation Coach. The video proves that he is absolutely the right man for the job and you can check it out below.

Sting was a WCW icon, and after the company folded he joined TNA in 2003. During his run with the company he became a four time TNA World Heavyweight Champion, but in 2014 he declined to sign a new contract after his deal expired.

After taking some time off, the former WCW World Champion resurfaced in November of 2014, and he did something most people thought he would never do, he signed with WWE and he debuted at Survivor Series. During his debut, Sting confronted Triple H and kicked off a feud with Hunter that eventually led to his first and only WrestleMania match which took place at WrestleMania 31.

Sting went on to wrestle one more match at WWE Night of Champions in 2015 before his eventual retirement earlier this year.