Tony Khan Reacts To Sting’s Final AEW Dynamite As A Wrestler

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Tony Khan has commented on Sting’s upcoming final appearance on AEW Dynamite while still being an active wrestler.

The final match in Sting’s legendary career is over a week on Sunday, March 3rd when AEW presents Revolution from the Greensboro Coliseum.

In a match that will likely headline Revolution, Sting and his tag team partner Darby Allin will defend the AEW Tag Team Titles against The Young Bucks duo of Matthew & Nicholas Jackson in a Tornado Tag Team match. Sting has a record of 28-0 in AEW (3-0 in 2024) and every one of those matches has been a tag team match with Allin as his partner.

On AEW Dynamite in Tulsa, Sting and Allin were featured in a backstage vignette where the legendary Stinger delivered a strong promo. That promo saw Sting react to The Young Bucks attacking Sting, Allin and Stinger’s two adult sons after the champions won the titles over Ricky Starks & Big Bill. It was a brutal attack that left Allin a bloody mess.

During the promo, Sting mentioned his father died a week ago. The Stinger also talked about how nobody has ever messed with his own flesh & blood until the Bucks did. The Stinger spoke about how he used to think he was invincible, but time catches up with everybody. As he concluded, The Stinger said that he’s bringing everything he has left in him to Revolution and he’s bringing it to the Young Bucks, who will have the fight of their lives on their hands.

Tony Khan Promotes AEW Dynamite As Sting’s Last Appearance As A Contracted Wrestler

The final episode of AEW Dynamite before Revolution is on February 28th from Huntsville, Alabama. It has been confirmed by AEW’s Owner/CEO Tony Khan that Sting and Allin will be there. Khan promoted it on Twitter/X as Sting’s final time appearing in AEW as a professional wrestler.

He may stop by in the future to say hello to the @AEW fans from time to time, but after next week, we all have to face the reality, it’s over, Sting is retiring after #AEWRevolution and his last ever appearance as a professional wrestler on TBS is this Wednesday in Huntsville.

As noted by Khan above, Sting could appear in the future as a guest, but this will be The Stinger’s last Dynamite while he’s still competing as a professional wrestler.