Sting Ends Career In Incredible Fashion At AEW Revolution

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The Greensboro Coliseum was packed with over 16,000 screaming fans as AEW Revolution was brought to a close with the final match in the career of Sting.

Everyone knew going into AEW Revolution that the show would see the final match in the career of Sting as The Icon teamed with Darby Allin one last time to defend the AEW World Tag Team Championship against The Young Bucks.

Sting hand-picked The Young Bucks as his final opponents and in the run-up to the match the EVPs had attacked the star, Allin, and Sting’s sons in brutal fashion making this final outing very personal.

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Ric Flair was brought to ringside for his old rival’s final bout and Ricky ‘The Dragon’ Steamboat was announced as the surprise guest ring announcer. Steamboat and Flair both got involved with The Dragon taking the fight to The Bucks while Flair surprisingly put himself on top of Sting to prevent The Bucks from seemingly finishing him off, leading to a double superkick to The Nature Boy.

Sting’s sons made their entrance before their father as both the Surfer and Wolfpac iterations of him before Sting himself began his final walk to the ring.

Tables, ladders, chairs, and even glass were involved in the bout with Darby Allin’s back badly lacerated after taking a huge fall through the plate glass.

The Young Bucks worked over Sting to the point that it looked like new AEW Tag Team Champions would be crowned but The Icon would not stay down. Ultimately, Allin made his way back into the ring nailing Matt Jackson with a Coffin Drop before Sting locked him in the Scorpion Death Lock to make him tap out to claim the win. Sting now retires undefeated in AEW.

After the match Sting addressed the crowd, thanking the fans in Greensboro as the show went off the air.