Sting has been part of the AEW family for well over three years now and he is part of one of the biggest storylines in AEW right now. Sting made an appearance on Dynamite this week but it wasn’t what AEW had originally intended.

During this week’s edition of AEW Dynamite, Sting and Darby Allin made an appearance via video and reflected on The Young Bucks attacking Sting’s sons a couple of weeks ago on Dynamite.

Interestingly enough, Ric Flair also met up backstage with The Young Bucks, seemingly hinting at betraying Sting at AEW Revolution. While speaking on Wrestling Observer Radio, Dave Meltzer talked about AEW’s plans for Sting on Dynamite.

Dave Meltzer revealed that Sting there was a lot of uncertainty over Sting’s appearance as his father had passed away recently. Ultimately, Sting didn’t physically appear on the show and Ric Flair was, as the belief was that Sting would be there too.

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”There’s a lot of stuff on this show tonight, Sting was supposed to be in the show but his father died. Ric Flair was there because Sting was supposed to be there. And then they did whatever they did. One of the reasons so little was announced was because they didn’t know if Sting would be able to come.”

We will have to wait and see how AEW will continue to book Sting and Darby Allin’s feud with The Young Bucks on AEW television in the coming weeks, as we approach the Revolution pay-per-view.

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