3 Key Points
- AEW’s Sting set for a tag team match at AEW Revolution, potentially his last.
- Jeff Jarrett highlights the significant draw of Sting to the event, with high ticket sales.
- AEW plans to maximize attendance for Sting’s retirement match by adding more seats.
Sting’s Curtain Call at AEW Revolution
Wrestling legend Sting is gearing up for what is speculated to be his retirement match during AEW Revolution on March 3rd. Teaming up with Darby Allin, with whom he recently captured the AEW World Tag Team Championship on “AEW Dynamite,” they face off against yet-to-be-revealed opponents, with The Young Bucks as the rumored adversaries. Adding to the spectacle, Ric Flair is set to accompany the duo, making the event a must-see for fans.
Insights from Jeff Jarrett
In discussions on his show “My World,” Jeff Jarrett, AEW’s Director of Business Development, shared his thoughts on the upcoming match. Stressing that Sting’s appeal is key to the event’s success, he noted, “This card might as well be branded ‘Sting and others.’ The fact that tickets flew off the shelves without a single match being announced speaks volumes about his star power.” Jarrett expressed satisfaction with the match’s setup and its potential to draw viewers.
Maximizing Event Attendance
Jeff Jarrett couldn’t hide his enthusiasm when he saw the impressive ticket sales for Sting’s possible final match. With plans to expand seating capacity to accommodate as many fans as possible, AEW is pulling out all the stops to ensure a fitting send-off for the wrestling icon. This effort to “squeeze as many people into the venue” reflects both the financial and emotional investment in making Sting’s retirement match a historic event.
This highlight reel of Sting’s anticipated final match and the strategies AEW is employing to make it a grand spectacle underscores the lasting impact of Sting on professional wrestling and why this event at AEW Revolution is one not to be missed.