During the AEW Double or Nothing media call, Tony Khan, President of AEW, shed light on Sting’s current status and his absence from recent storylines. When asked about Sting, Khan expressed his desire for the legendary wrestler to continue competing for as long as he wants. He emphasized that Sting has not indicated a specific retirement date. However, Khan assured that when the time comes for Sting to hang up his boots, it will be a significant and memorable moment for the world of professional wrestling.
Sting, widely known as “The Icon,” last competed on the March 22 episode of “AEW Dynamite,” where he teamed up with Darby Allin and Orange Cassidy to secure a victory over Kip Sabian, The Butcher, and The Blade in a thrilling trios match. Since then, he has not made any appearances on pay-per-view, with his last appearance being at AEW Full Gear in November.
While Sting’s recent absence from storylines may have raised questions among fans, Tony Khan’s remarks make it clear that AEW fully supports Sting’s continued involvement in the promotion. As one of the industry’s most respected figures, Sting’s eventual retirement will undoubtedly be a monumental moment that resonates throughout the wrestling world.
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