Sting Retires as Champion at AEW Revolution

Sting Retires as Champion at AEW Revolution

Sting Retires as Champion at AEW Revolution – Sting concluded his illustrious wrestling career with a victory at AEW Revolution, teaming up with Darby Allin to defend the AEW World Tag Team Championship against the Young Bucks. The match was filled with high-stakes drama and memorable moments.

Sting’s sons paid homage to their father with special entrances, dressing up as different iterations of Sting’s iconic personas. Throughout the match, both Sting and Allin showcased their fearless approach to wrestling, with Sting enduring a suplex off the stage through a table and Allin crashing through a pane of glass after a daring dive.

Legendary figures Ric Flair and Ricky “The Dragon” Steamboat also made appearances, adding to the excitement. Despite facing fierce opposition from the Young Bucks, Sting ultimately secured the victory by making Matthew Jackson submit to the Scorpion Death Lock.

The match was a testament to Sting’s enduring legacy and his ability to captivate audiences until the very end.

As seen below, Sting addressed the crowd after the match, but the broadcast feed ended before he finished his speech.

Here is a brief recap of the match:

Ricky Steamboat gets involved, but the Young Bucks attack him. Ric Flair checks on Sting and covers him as Matthew stands over him with a title belt. The Young Bucks superkick Flair and Steamboat. Matthew hits Sting with a belt and pins him for a two-count. The Young Bucks superkick Sting, but he no-sells it. Sting rallies and takes the fight to the Bucks. He hits a Scorpion Death Drop, but Nicholas breaks it up. The Bucks hit Sting with the EVP Trigger, but Sting kicks out.

Sting kicks out at one after another EVP Trigger. Allin breaks up a TK Driver, and Sting hits the Scorpion Death Drop for a two-count. Allin hits the Coffin Drop, and Sting makes Matthew tap out to the Scorpion Death Lock in his last match.

Sting Retires as Champion at AEW Revolution

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