Sting is no stranger to tag team action in AEW and now he will be part of a huge eight-man tag team match at Worlds End.
Sting will end his legendary career at AEW Revolution in March 2024, but before he gets there he’ll have another stop at Worlds End after a title match had to be scrapped.
Kenny Omega is out of action indefinitely due to illness meaning that he and Chris Jericho’s AEW Tag Team Title shot at Worlds End is on hold for now. On AEW Dynamite, Jericho might have been looking for one partner but he ended up with three.
Chris Jericho To Team With Sting
AEW Dynamite in Orlando, Florida saw Don Callis celebrate the holiday season with his Family in the ring. Callis bestowed portraits to Powerhouse Hobbs, Konosuke Takeshita, and Kyle Fletcher before Sammy Guevara made his surprise return to the show.
Guevara complained that Callis hadn’t called him while he was out with a concussion and when The Spanish God saw his own portrait featured his newborn child, Guevara was not pleased. Don Callis ultimately told Guevara to pick Callis’ Family or his new family which led to Guevara pushing him down.
Hobbs, Fletcher, and Takeshita then attacked which led to Chris Jericho making his way to the ring to help his former friend. Jericho destroyed three of the portraits with his bat before turning it over to Guevara to destroy his own one. When all looked well, the AEW Tag Team Champions Big Bill and Ricky Starks made their presence felt, attacking Jericho and Guevara.
That led to Sting and Darby Allin entering the fray to help out and by the end of the night, a huge eight-man tag team match was confirmed for Worlds End. Chris Jericho, Sting, Darby Allin, and Sammy Guevara will team up to face Big Bill, Ricky Starks, Kyle Fletcher, and Powerhouse Hobbs.