Wrestling legend Sting, at the age of 64, continues to amaze fans with his daring stunts, but what is his current health status?
AT a recent AEW Dynamite event, Sting teamed up with Darby Allin against ‘The Painmaker’ Chris Jericho and Sammy Guevara. The highlight of the match was when Sting, in a moment of breathtaking audacity, climbed a ladder and performed a dive onto Guevara, who was laid out on two tables at ringside.
The audience held their breath as Sting took flight, landing on Guevara in a spectacle that left the arena in awe. Despite coming up a bit short and getting bloodied from the jump, Sting managed to finish the match. He even addressed the audience after Dynamite went off the air, showcasing his resilience and passion for the sport.
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Sting’s Condition Post-Dive
Concerns about Sting’s health were inevitable after such a daring stunt. However, Darby Allin, Sting’s partner, provided an update on Sting’s condition during an appearance on Busted Open Radio.
According to Allin, Sting is “actually doing great,” considering the circumstances. “We talked the day after and [Sting] said he was feeling great,” Allin revealed.
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The Hunger for Thrills
Sting’s recent stunt is not an isolated incident. He has been known for performing some pretty huge dives in recent years.
Allin dismissed any speculation that Sting may have been pressured into jumping off the ladder through tables. “He’s just like, ’˜Alright, there’s a ladder here tonight, I’ll jump off it.’ A lot of people think it’s me being the bad influence, but nah, it’s him. He’s got that hunger’¦ He’s feeling great and I’m stoked,” Allin said.
This statement not only highlights Sting’s dedication to the sport but also his willingness to take risks to entertain his fans. His hunger for thrill and excitement is evident in his performances, and it’s clear that he has no intention of slowing down.
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