Sting has only a week left to make his in-ring presence felt among the wrestling fans as he approaches his retirement match at AEW’s upcoming pay-per-view, Revolution on March 3 in Greensboro Coliseum in North Carolina.

The Icon’s recent match saw him team up with Darby Allin to battle the team of Powerhouse Hobbs and Konosuke Takeshita. The match was a fast-paced tag team action, but the ending of the bout became a point of talk among the audience.

The finish saw Sting hitting his Scorpion Death Drop off a ledge and crashing through a few tables outside the squared circle. Fans were shocked to see the WWE Hall of Famer take a major bump considering his age and years of injuries throughout his four-decade-long career.

Moreover, a report by Fightful stated that some backstage personnel advocated for his partner, the much younger and upcoming Darby Allin to take the bump instead of Sting.

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But it was The Stinger’s decision to hit the deadly move, probably wanting to make the most of his time left inside the ring, and rightfully said, it did become the talk of the town among the AEW fans and Sting walked away with no injuries.

Now, Sting looks forward to his final AEW Dynamite appearance this week and then moving to AEW Revolution. He is scheduled to defend the AEW World tag team titles alongside Darby Allin against The Young Bucks in his farewell match.

Do you think Sting should have taken that scary bump? Or should it have been Darby Allin to do the move instead? Sound off in the comments!

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