Sting will be in control at AEW Revolution.
On March 3rd, 2024, Sting will call time on a Hall of Fame career that began all of the way back in 1985.
Since signing with AEW in late 2020, The Icon has been performing alongside Darby Allin and the pair have managed to remain undefeated. Something that has raised an interesting question heading into Revolution.
Traditionally, when a wrestler retires, they lose their last match as a way of symbolically ‘passing the torch’ to the generation who will take the promotion and sport forward. However, given Sting is undefeated, some fans have called for the veteran to keep that record intact by winning his final match.
Speaking on Wrestling Observer Radio, Dave Meltzer revealed that whatever happens, it will be down to the man himself.
“Any finish (Sting) wants is gonna be the finish. If he wants to go out on a loss, Tony’s not gonna say no. If he wants to go out on a win, Tony’s not gonna say no.
Will he pick the finish? I don’t know that. But he will have the ability to pick the finish if he wants to.
It’s just a question of… he may not care about the finish.”
Sting And Darby Allin To Face The Young Bucks
Although an official announcement has yet to be made it’s been reported that Sting handpicked The Young Bucks for his final match at Revolution.
After disappearing from AEW television following Full Gear back in November, The Young Bucks made their highly anticipated return on the January 10th episode of Dynamite. Sporting a new look the polarising duo stared down the legend and Darby Allin, planting the seeds of a new rivalry between the two teams.
H/t to Wrestle Talk