Sting Addresses The Crowd After AEW Dynamite Goes Off Of The Air (Video)

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Sting had one final sendoff on AEW Dynamite.

Sting will retire after his match at AEW Revolution. Wednesday night saw him valiantly fight the Young Bucks after rappelling down from the ceiling.

After the show aired on TV, Sting addressed the crowd and thanked them for their support, noting how it was the second time he did the rafters entrance at the Von Braun Center. The other time it happened was on the April 7, 1997 episode of WCW Nitro, when he saved DDP from getting attacked by the nWo.

“I’m not only doing my last Dynamite, I am doing my last Dynamite in Huntsville. I’m doing my last Dynamite with Darby Allin as my tag team partner. I’m doing my last Dynamite with the ‘Nature Boy’ Ric Flair right next to me! Hey, you’re saying, ‘Thank you, Sting’, but thank you! Thank you, Huntsville, Alabama.

“I think this is actually the second time I’ve come out of the ceiling in this building. Was the first time — did I throw the bat to [Diamond] Dallas Page? [crowd cheers] Ok, so there’s some good history right here and I am glad to be back right here.

“What can I say after all of these years, what can I say? Anything I would say is kinda trivial, but what I really mean is thank you, thank you, thank you. From the bottom of my heart, I could not have done any of this without my tag team partner right here, Darby Allin. And I would’ve never been put on the map if it wasn’t for this man right here, the Nature Boy. I love you, Huntsville.”

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