Sting was ready to grace the squared circle one last time in his illustrious wrestling career at tonight’s AEW pay-per-view show, Revolution, but he chose to kick off his last match with a nostalgic throwback.

The Icon was scheduled to team up with Darby Allin to defend their AEW World tag team titles against the ruthless duo of Matthew and Nicholas Jackson, collectively known as The Young Bucks at the show.

After the entrance of Ric Flair, Ricky ‘The Dragon’ Steamboat, and the other three in-ring competitors for the match, fans eagerly awaited the arrival of The Stinger for his farewell match.

The monumental entrance took the fans back to the 1990s as both of Sting’s sons, Steve and Garrett donned their father’s iconic early Surfer character and red face-painted look from the nWo Wolfpac days.

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Moreover, it was followed by a montage of some of the best and most iconic moments from Sting’s legendary career. As soon as it concluded, the Franchise of WCW came out to the Greensboro Coliseum to call it a career after nearly four decades in the business.

What are your thoughts on Sting’s sons recreating his iconic looks at the AEW Revolution show? Sound off in the comments!

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