Last month, Sting and Darby Allin secured the AEW Tag Team Champions title and effectively defended their titles against The Young Bucks at AEW Revolution and thus, Sting retired on a high note. In respect of his career, Kevin Nash has now disclosed that there are two versions of Sting.

In the main event of the AEW Revolution pay-per-view, Sting and Darby Allin put their AEW World Tag Team Titles on the line against The Young Bucks. The match was filled with callbacks and emotional moments, creating a memorable experience for the fans in attendance. In the end, Sting and Darby Allin successfully retained their titles, marking Sting’s retirement with an undefeated record.

While speaking on Kliq This TV, Kevin Nash talked about his time working with Sting. Nash discussed the transformation in Sting’s life before and after finding religion. Sting has previously shared about his struggles in the late ’90s before cleaning up his lifestyle. Nash noted how there are two versions of Sting, the current version and the one who didn’t find Christ.

“There’s two Stings. There’s the Sting now and there’s a Sting before Sting found Christ. There was another Sting. He wasn’t insane. He’s never been a stupid ass. He’s always been smart, but he partied a little harder. He was always really smart. If he was going to have cocktails someplace, he would be at a Marriott that he was staying at. He wasn’t going to be driving up and down the road drinking beers. He just wasn’t that kind of guy.”


AEW President Tony Khan has already confirmed the status of the AEW World Tag Team Championships after Revolution. Greensboro even declared March 3rd as ‘Thank You Sting Day’ in honor of the WWE Hall of Famer.

What do you think of what Kevin Nash had to say regarding Sting? Let us know in the comments section below!

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