AEW introduced Sting this week on Dynamite, and the possibilities are endless with him in terms of merchandising. He owns his own name and likeness. Now AEW has permission to use Sting’s name and the many variations of his character as well.

Jazwares creates AEW’s Unrivaled action figure line, a line of figures that the company can’t keep on the shelves. Now that Sting is on the AEW roster that opens the door to a ton of action figure possibilities.

Jeremy Padawer tweeted out several photos of Sting, practically every version of his iconic persona that he morphed into throughout the years. AEW apparently has permission to pick and choose whichever look they like, regardless of what company Sting worked for at the time.

“OMG. Bounty of riches,” Padawer tweeted out. This was met with a lot of excitement from fans.


If you think it is hard to get an AEW action figure now, then it might be nothing compared to when Sting drops in an upcoming line. Those will likely be very hard to acquire. The good news is that different variations of The Stinger could be released for years to come.

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