Sting was resistant to going undefeated in AEW & ending his run as Tag Team Champion

Sting, Khan and Allin speak to the media. 

After coming out victorious in Sting’s final match, Darby Allin and Sting joined AEW President Tony Khan on stage at the post-Revolution media press conference. 

Sting shared that the reason he came to AEW is because he liked the roster and because of his conversation with Tony Khan. Khan promised Sting that he would make sure he retired the right way. 

On the topic of continuing to be involved with AEW in a behind the scenes role, Sting said ‘maybe’. He is not interested in being an agent. Khan adds that the door is always open and they’ll figure things out. 

Elsewhere during the scrum, Sting was asked about his time with Ultimate Warrior. He said they were meant to go their own ways and called the two of them ‘roided out’. Sting said he was just being honest but the steroids stopped for him in 1990 and it did not stop for Warrior. 

Speaking about his AEW run, Sting said there was resistance from him to go undefeated, ending his run as Tag Team Champion and even going after the titles in general. 

After Revolution, Sting told The Young Bucks (Matthew Jackson & Nicholas Jackson) that their match is up there in the top three matches of his career. He praised them, Darby Allin and Tony Khan. 

Darby chimed in and said he feels fine following going back-first through a pane of glass. He has a doctor’s note to climb Mount Everest and leaves March 27th. Allin is scheduled to face Jay White at AEW: Big Business on 3/13

Sting joked that nights like Revolution and the press conference makes him want to stick around. He joked that he can do All In 2024 at Wembley Stadium. 

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