Off-air footage: Sting's retirement after AEW Revolution

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Find out what Sting had to say to the Greensboro crowd after AEW Revolution 2024 went off the air on pay-per-view.

There were big spots all around in the icon Sting’s AEW swansong tonight at AEW Revolution in Greensboro, North Carolina.
In the end, Sting stunned the crowd with multiple near falls as he refused to back down in his final match.
In the final moments, Allin landed a bloody coffin drop onto Matthew Jackson as Sting nailed him with a Scorpion Death Drop at the same time.

Sting captured the pinfall victory to retain the AEW World Tag Team Championship in his final match.
As Sting was only a couple of minutes into his post-match speech, Revolution went off the air.
However, just because the pay-per-view was over does not mean that the live crowd was done cheering for Sting.

All Elite Wrestling CEO Tony Khan came out to the ring as well as Sting’s real life sons, who had made an appearance in the entrance and beginning of the match, dressed as alternate versions of Sting from across his career.
The AEW locker room also appeared on the ramp, showing their well wishes and gratitude to Sting after his final match.
You can watch more of the footage below.

Sting and Darby Allin retained their AEW Tag Team Championship at tonight’s AEW Revolution 2024 pay-per-view in his final match.
We’ll keep you posted on what that means for the future of the championship when that info comes to light.

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