Sting signed for AEW in 2020, and shocked the world with a number of incredible tag team matches, alongside his partner Darby Allin.
The 64 year old has turned back the clock, putting on some incredible performances in AEW in the last three years.
Given that he was forced to retire due to a neck injury some years back, his transformation back into The Stinger has been nothing short of miraculous.
However, all good things must come to an end, and it sounds like AEW All In 2 could be the place for Sting’s Retirement match in AEW.
Sting At All In 2
This will be the first AEW show in the UK ever, and the first time a wrestling show has taken place in Wembley since Summerslam 1992.
The announcement was made by Nigel McGuinness on AEW Dynamite. It received huge buzz online, with 25,000 people signing up for pre-release tickets to the show.
While this was impressive, Wembley Stadium has a 90,000 seater capacity, meaning AEW will need to bring out some of the big guns to sell out All In 2.
A Sting retirement bout was one match that Meltzer suggested, in the latest Wrestling Observer, could help to sell tickets to the second All In show.
It’s likely that he will be a part of a tag team match for his last match, which could be against a big star like Chris Jericho, who has always said he wanted to face Sting in an AEW ring.
Other matches suggested included a Goldberg match, the return of CM Punk or an all-English title match between Saraya and Jamie Hayter.
Hotels have already started being booked in London, with UK fans excited for the first time AEW will come to the United Kingdom in their four year history.
You can click the link below for information about All In 2, including tickets, start time and more.
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