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Sting signs multi-year deal with AEW, makes surprise appearance at Dynamite

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All Elite Wrestling (AEW) provided a major surprise to their fans and followers as none other than Sting arrived at the latest episode of AEW Dynamite to send the pro wrestling community to a frenzy.

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THE EVENTS JUST BEFORE THE ARRIVAL

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In a match between The Nightmare Family, comprising of Darby Allin and Cody Rhodes, with Arn Anderson at ringside, and the Taz-led duo of Jack Hobbs and Ricky Starks, the former won when Cody hit a Plancha onto Hobbs on the floor and Allin hit his finished, the Coffin Drop, on Ricky Starks for the successful three counts.

Hobbs started attacking Allin after the match, leading to Arn Anderson attack Hobbs from behind. The villainous duo started attacking Anderson, which led to Dustin Rhodes come out in a try to save him. Brian Cage of Team Taz came out as a result and in the resultant fight, Team Taz were dominant over the Nightmare Family. Taz handed the FTW Championship to Hobbs, who was about to hit Cody with the belt when the lights went out.

STING ARRIVED AT A TNT SHOW AFTER 19 YEARS

A video played with a lot of snowy locations being shown, keeping in mind the ‘Winter Is Coming’ theme of the promotion, and then Sting appeared, to the amazement of everyone in the ring. During his entrance, snow fell down on ‘The Icon’ as the commentators recalled that after 19 years, he was back in a pro wrestling show aired by TNT, the last time being his match against fellow WCW heavyweight Ric Flair in the final episode of WCW Nitro.

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Sting came face to face to Arn Anderson, an old frenemy from WCW, and then looked at Dustin Rhodes, another former WCW wrestler. He went on to kneel near Cody before going face to face to Darby Allin, who looked shocked by the event.

 

HE HAS SIGNED A MULTI-YEAR DEAL WITH AEW

Commentator Tony Schiavone, the voice of WCW when they aired at TNT, stated that he had received information from AEW owner Tony Khan and ‘The Franchise’ had signed in a multi-year deal with AEW.

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