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Sting reveals injury he suffered on AEW Dynamite

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Wrestling legend Sting, now 64, gave an incredible performance that left the audience chanting his name on AEW Dynamite this week.

The highlight of the night was when Sting ascended a ladder to send Sammy Guevara crashing through a pile of tables.

The daring act sparked a “Holy S’“t” chant from the enthralled fans in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, expressing their admiration for the veteran wrestler’‹.

The Tornado Tag Team Match ended in victory for Sting and his partner, Darby Allin, with Sting sealing the win with his signature move, the Scorpion Deathlock, making Chris Jericho tap out. The audience’s joy was palpable, their cheers echoing throughout the arena’‹.

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The Cost of Passion: Sting’s Injuries

However, the price for such an impressive performance was steep. As the show ended and the cameras stopped rolling, the crowd could see the blood dripping from Sting’s mouth.

The fans showered the former WCW Champion with “Thank you, Sting” chants, to which he responded, “No, no, thank you,” before revealing that he had lost a tooth during the chaotic match and would require stitches in his lip’‹.

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A Heartfelt Thanks from Sting

Despite his injuries, The Icon remained composed and grateful. He concluded his speech by expressing gratitude to AEW CEO Tony Khan for giving him the opportunity to push his limits even at his age.

Notably, Sting had high praise for his tag team partner, Darby Allin, whom he referred to as “The Daredevil” and touted as the best tag team partner he’s ever had’‹.

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