Sting is scheduled to retire nearly 40 years after making his debut. This is a big moment, and AEW is building toward the historic event at AEW Revolution.
The iconic performer is slated to appear at the AEW Revolution show in Greensboro, a city where he has performed multiple times. There has been speculation about who his opponent will be and the method of selection.
Sean Sapp noted behind Fightful’s paywall that Sting has a big say in who he will wrestle. He is also leaning more toward tag team matches. At this time, Tony Khan is going to give his match a ton of attention as well.
Fightful has learned that Sting has had a major say in who his opponent or opponents will be. We’ve heard that he’s been more keen on continuing to do tag team matches as opposed to a singles match, as he’s indicated in the past. The Young Bucks appeared on AEW Dynamite at the end of the January 10 show, hinting that it could be them. As of several weeks ago, that was actively the plan, and one that Sting was on board with.
We’re told that Sting getting the right send off has been a very important thing for Tony Khan. We’re told that pretty well whatever Sting wants en route to his send off, the company has been willing to make happen.
This presentation shift for the Young Bucks has always been the plan. They took some time off, and came back with mustaches. We can only guess about what will happen next as they build toward Sting’s final match.
We will have full coverage of this event, and so much more, here at Ringside News. You never know what will happen next, but this could be a great way for Tony Khan’s company to handle a very important event.
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