Sting discusses his AEW entrance, the AEW roster, and the matches

By Jason Powell, Editor (@prowrestlingnet)

AEW Unrestricted Podcast with Sting
Hosts: Tony Schiavone and Aubrey Edwards
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Sting on his AEW snow entrance: “I’ve made every kind of entrance under the sun. I mean, they’ve done everything except shoot me out of a cannon, but I gotta tell you, snow is a first for me. Winter is coming, and it is so cool. I’ve had more people say, ‘Oh dude! The snow! That is awesome.'”

Sting on the AEW roster: “Some of the matches that I have seen are the most incredible, athletic, high-paced—I don’t know how many false finishes. They got the crowd rockin’ and rollin’ on every single match it seems.”

Sting on the AEW talent: “When I first started, I didn’t want to do and be like the generation before me. I wanted to be different, and I was, and these guys I’m watching do the same thing. They’re different. They’ve changed the psychology, you know, how they tell a story, and they’re good. Very innovative.”


Readers Comments (4)

  1. why don’t ypou admit the real reason that you are in aew , steve? You are in aew because you found a billionaire’s son to pay you tons of money for playing 1997 sting in 2021, 2022 etc.

    It is funny that steve’s son steve jr tried out for the “prestigious” jaguars a few years ago and failed to make the team but now steve jr’s 61 year old father is collecting a pay check from tony khan.

    With regards to TREVOR LAWRENCE, he should use his leverage and refuse to go the jagaurs on draft daY. Lawrence is a future nfl star and he would be wasted in a small market like jacksonville. Lawrence should force a trade to another nfl team or just return to clemson for his senior season.

    • Yes, because when Sting wrestled for WCW and WWE, he was doing it all out of the goodness of his heart.

      • I know that STEVE BORDEN got paid very well during his wcw and wwe tenures.

        The only difference is that with aew, he is making money by living off his name ands legacy.

        There is nothing wrong with steve borden earning a pay check in pro wrestling in his 60’s if someone is willing to pay him for it.

        wwe did not see any value in sting anymore. wwe let him work a few matches and then wwe put him in the wwe hof on a legends deal.

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