Sting Retires With A Win During Final Match At AEW REVOLUTION After Darby Allin's Dangerous Glass Stunt

Sting Retires With A Win During Final Match At AEW REVOLUTION After Darby Allin's Dangerous Glass Stunt Sting Retires With A Win During Final Match At AEW REVOLUTION After Darby Allin's Dangerous Glass Stunt

WWE Hall of Famer Sting brought the curtain down on his in-ring career last night in a match which saw Darby Allin perform an insane dive through glass. Learn more about how it all went down right here...

By JoshWilding - Mar 04, 2024 02:03 PM EST
Filed Under: AEW

WCW icon and WWE Hall of Famer Sting finally decided to bring his in-ring career to an end during last night's AEW Revolution PPV and the match is one we're sure fans will talk about for a long time to come. 

Ric Flair came to ringside, while Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat served as special guest timekeeper. Sting's sons, dressed as different versions of his character from earlier in his career, accompanied their father to the ring for his AEW Tag Team Championship match in which he and Darby Allin defended the titles against The Young Bucks.

There was a lot of weaponry in the match and Allin later dived through supposedly real glass, tearing his back to ribbons in the process. AEW is no longer as hot as it was when WWE was in charge and the entire PPV was filled with risky moves and spots like this which legitimately endanger talent. We're not sure that's a wise move on Tony Khan's part, but it is what it is at this stage. 

Regardless, the bout continued and after a valiant showing from Sting, he ended his career as a champion by making Nicholas Jackson tap out to the Scorpion Deathlock.

The bell rang and Sting proceeded to thank fans and Allin for their support. Unfortunately, AEW mistimed the show and his speech was cut off before he could finish talking. 

Fortunately, cameras continued rolling and the full promo has since been shared on social media. We don't know where Sting will go from here, but it's good to see that the legend's career ended on his own terms.

Check out some highlights from AEW Revolution below.

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marvel72
marvel72 - 3/4/2024, 3:57 PM
Allen wrecked his back, lots of blood, he was out of the match for ages being seen to.
Clintthahamster
Clintthahamster - 3/4/2024, 6:25 PM
"AEW is no longer as hot as it was when WWE was in charge"

When WWE was in charge of AEW? Or . . . what does this mean?

"and the entire PPV was filled with risky moves and spots like this which legitimately endanger talent"

WWE would never.



Sincerely, how can you type shit like this with a straight face? Mick Foley lost an ear. Sting, Stone Cold, Taz, and Big E have all had their necks broken. Droz will never walk again. Owen Hart DIED. WWE currently has nine folks from their main roster out with injuries, including top stars like Seth Rollins, Charlotte Flair, and "Glass Phil." That's wrestling. It's dangerous, and people get hurt.

And OF COURSE AEW has folks out with injuries, too, but most of them are much more mild, and, in some cases, folks are out dealing with injuries that were sustained prior to them even signing with AEW.

Both WWE and AEW are putting on great shows right now, and WWE is arguably working at a higher level than they have in a long, long time. But bottom feeding muckrakers dredging up petty comparisons is making it hard to enjoy their success (well, that and all the sex crimes and human trafficking that's been going on behind the scenes for decades.)
marvel72
marvel72 - 3/4/2024, 9:04 PM
No story on Ospreay,a fellow brit, quite possibly the best wrestler in the world had the best match of the show and the year thus far.

Outrageous.
Clintthahamster
Clintthahamster - 3/5/2024, 8:19 AM
@marvel72 - That would run the risk of showing AEW in a positive light. Wilding would never.
marvel72
marvel72 - 3/5/2024, 10:44 AM
@ClintThaHamster - Yeah he is a bit bias,AEW isn't perfect but they do put on some great matches.
Clintthahamster
Clintthahamster - 3/5/2024, 7:33 PM
@marvel72 - Neither of the big two orgs are perfect, but they're both a lot of fun. I'm just too old for partisanship in fandom. Like the Beatles and the Stones, like Marvel and DC, like AEW and WWE, who cares? Like what you like.

But that doesn't generate clicks, so here we are.
1stDalek
1stDalek - 3/6/2024, 3:15 PM
It was an amazing event from beginning to end. Though the 8 man battle royale didn't flow great.

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