WATCH: Sting brings back iconic entrance for final AEW Dynamite appearance

Sting has been a member of the wrestling industry for more than three decades. ‘The Icon’ announced his retirement from active competition a few months back. He is scheduled for his retirement match on March 3, 2024, at the fifth annual ‘Revolution’ pay-per-view (PPV), a professional wrestling event.

Recently, The Sting surprised fans when he brought back his iconic entrance, descending from the top of the stadium on a rope. The 64-year-old wrestler, after the entrance, went on to defeat his adversaries at the AEW Dynamite event.

Sting rolls back the years with an epic entrance

Sting surprised the fans when he attacked ‘The Young Bucks’ in the recent edition of AEW Dynamite. During the segment, Matthew and Nicholas Jackson were seen attacking Ric Flair with a low blow. After a while, Sting’s entrance music, ‘The Arrival,’ played.

The Bucks, armed with baseball bats, got ready to attack ‘The Vigilante.’ The master of the ‘Scorpion Death-Lock’ then suddenly descended from the rafters, armed with his classic black baseball bat. He proceeded to beat both wrestlers and concluded the show by delivering his finisher, the ‘Scorpion Death Drop,’ to Nicholas.

Sting’s last match will be a tag team match, where he will team up with Darby Allin and put their AEW World Tag Team Championships on the line at AEW Revolution. Bill Apter recently expressed ‘The Icons’ true feelings for his retirement match.

Apter said, “The fans are ticked off. They don’t want to see a tag team match as Sting’s last match. My source from AEW said that Sting does not want a separate match, and that’s why they’re doing this. But, I don’t know what’s gonna happen. I think they gonna retain the tag team belts and there will be a tournament. Young Bucks can’t win this.”

Sting addresses the AEW crowd on retirement night

The February 28 episode of AEW Dynamite was Sting’s last appearance before his retirement. After he made his way into the ring he took a mike and addressed his fans. During the promo, The Stinger was seen with Ric Flair. He then expressed his gratitude to the fans, showering them with heartfelt emotions for supporting him for this long.

In the Promo Sting said, “I’m not only doing my last Dynamite. I’m doing my last Dynamite in Huntsville. I’m doing my last Dynamite with Darby Allin as my tag team partner. I’m doing my last Dynamite with ‘The Nature Boy’ Ric Flair right next to me. When you say ‘Thank you, Sting,’ thank you. Thank you, Huntsville, Alabama.”

He further added, “Anything that I would say is just kind of trivial when I really mean thank you, thank you, thank you, from the bottom of my heart. I could not have done any of this without this tag team partner right here, Darby Allin. I would have never been put on the map if it wasn’t for this man right here, ‘The Nature Boy.’ I love you, Huntsville. Thank you, thank you.”

The legendary wrestler will fight for the last time on March 3 at the Greensboro Coliseum in Greensboro, North Carolina. Fans are highly anticipating witnessing one of the most famous generational stars in his last battle before he retires for good.

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Anil Chowdhury

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Anil is a wrestling sports enthusiast who has been watching the sport for 15 years, his love for the sport started through watching and admiring WWE superstars like John Cena, Randy Orton, and Undertaker. As a WWE news writer, he provides timely and insightful coverage of events, matches, and developments within the world of professional wrestling. With a passion for the sport, he aims to deliver engaging and informative content that resonates with fans and keeps them updated on the latest WWE happenings.


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