Giving followers the excellent news, WWE Hall of Famer Sting is now all set to make his return to the ring after making a grand debut at All Elite Wrestling final month. The wrestler cleared speculations about him making in-ring appearances when he spoke in an episode of AEW Unrestricted podcast.
The 61-year-old wrestler who appeared as a visitor in the podcast spoke about his introduction to AEW. He recalled how he met AEW President Tony Khan years in the past when the latter requested him to signal a baseball bat for the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Khan then once more contacted Sting a yr in the past when the wrestler was underneath contract with WWE.
“[Khan] didn’t call me, he sent a text…I was still with WWE so I’ve gotta be careful with how I handle this kind of stuff, so I just kept it superficial. I’d say, two months or so ago, somewhere around then, I reached out and said, ‘Hey, are you still willing to talk?’ [Khan] said ‘Yeah!’ and here we are,” Sting mentioned.
Sting additionally claimed that he did not like the best way his profession ended in WWE. He pushed for a cinematic match towards The Undertaker, however there was no settlement from Vince McMahon.
“I did not need it to finish the best way it ended, I used to be pushing to get a cinema-style match with ‘Taker. And for most likely a litany of totally different causes, it simply wasn’t going to occur and so when Tony known as and spoke with me and he mentioned, ‘Are you in doing cinema-style matches?’ I mentioned, ‘Yeah, I’m (laughs). I’m.’ And so I believed that I’d like to come back again and try this and never disappear once more with my tail between my legs. I don’t must exit on high, however I’d love to have the ability to exit in a optimistic mild.”