Sting appeared on AEW Dynamite, and he was wearing a nice new t-shirt. That shirt quickly went up for sale, and Pro Wrestling Tees sold a ton of that merchandise.

Click here to check out the entire line of Sting merchandise that AEW dropped last night.

Pro Wrestling Tees’ Instagram account posted a graphic to proclaim that Sting’s new t-shirt set a record for most shirts sold in 24 hours. The post was also very clear to note that “it hasn’t even been 24 hrs yet…”

The first clue fans had that WWE and Sting separated was when a Mattel action figure was pulled from their upcoming line. AEW’s action figure partner Jazwares is already working on a lot of possibilities.

WWE had to pull Sting’s merchandise from their shop when his contract ran out. It turns out that fans were really eager to grab some more of his merchandise again.

H Jenkins

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