Lex Luger, celebrated for his impressive physique and captivating charisma, has solidified his status as a beloved superstar throughout his illustrious career. Despite being in attendance at Sting’s final match at AEW Revolution, Luger was not featured on television. He has since disclosed the conditions set by WWE for his appearance at the event.

Lex Luger had previously announced his attendance at Sting’s last match during the AEW Revolution pay-per-view. The main event featured Sting and Darby Allin defending their AEW World Tag Team Titles against The Young Bucks.

The match, filled with nostalgic references and meaningful moments, left a lasting impression on the fans present. In the end, Sting and Darby Allin triumphed, successfully retaining their well-deserved titles.

During an interview on Busted Open Radio, Luger discussed being at the event, and D.D.P. joined the conversation, noting they were off-camera. Luger mentioned that WWE had allowed them to attend but instructed them not to appear on camera.


Luger: ‘‘The atmosphere for Sting’s final match was incredible. When I first heard, I asked him a few days before, ‘Are you guys going on last?’ I guess they debated that a little bit, and sometimes those pay-per-views, they do the warm-up show, and sometimes the crowd can— it was hot in there. My God, it was hot in there. But you can lose the crowd a little bit, but that crowd was phenomenal. They stayed hot. They were lit for the match, which I was so excited about. They got us out there so we could kind of soak in the atmosphere.”

D.D.P.: ”Off-camera, off-camera.”

Luger: ”WWE is classy. They said we can go and everything. Just don’t be on camera. Be a part of the match.”

Lex Luger took a moment to share a meaningful encounter with The Stinger following his retirement match. Despite not being directly involved, Luger thoroughly enjoyed witnessing his friend’s retirement in the best way possible, recognizing that the essence of the moment is what truly matters.

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