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Sting Is Expected To Wrestle and Given ‘Creative Input’ In AEW

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WCW and TNA legend Sting made his debut on AEW programming this past week. The Icon appeared on AEW Dynamite during the ‘Winter Is Coming’ episode of the TNT show. Many had speculated what the ‘Winter Is Coming’ phrasing meant, and it would be revealed that Sting was part of that creative choice all along.

Interestingly, Sting is likely to be used in-ring in some capacity, this according to Sports Illustrated’s Justin Barrasso.

Sports Illustrated has learned the relationship between Sting and AEW president Tony Khan will be collaborative, which was certainly not the case in WWE with McMahon,’ Barrasso confirmed. ‘Even with his advanced age, there are plans for Sting to eventually enter the ring in AEW,’ he continued.

Sting will appearing on tonight’s episode of Dynamite, speaking to Tony Schiavone. This will be a reunion of sorts for the former WCW colleagues.

Here’s the current line up for this week’s episode of AEW Dynamite:

  • Tony Schiavone will be interviewing Sting
  • The Inner Circle will decide their fate (The Inner Circle will either decide to unite as one or break up forever)
  • Shaq addresses AEW with Tony Schiavone
  • Orange Cassidy vs. MJF
  • AEW Tag Team Champions The Young Bucks will be taking on Jack Evans & Angelico
  • Lance Archer, Penta El Zero Miedo & Rey Fenix vs. Eddie Kingston, The Butcher & The Blade
  • FTR vs. Griff Garrison & Brian Pillman Jr.
  • Dustin Rhodes vs. Preston ‘10’ Vance
  • Abadon will also be in action
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