Wrestling fans everywhere held their collective breath as they testified Sting take the energy bomb Brian Cage at AEW Dynamite last week. As scary as the moment was, don’t be afraid, the Icon is completely cleared for bidding.
Tony Khan he recently sat down with Mike Johnson from PWInsider to talk about all things AEW. When Sting’s physicality appeared at last week’s Dynamite, Khan was quick to point out that the former was completely exempt for such a move.
“He’s cleared, he’s completely cleared. He’s trained with Darby and his sparring partners and he’s completely allowed to fight. In his training one thing he did to prepare with his sparring partners is a powerful bomb. In terms of saving that’s why I’m was more than fine with that and I actually called it.At that point, when he takes them to training, it’s time for a live audience.So he was completely free to do it and he wanted to do it and he wanted to go out there and wrestle Sting will be at Dynamite tomorrow looking for a return and all bets are now off Sting is free from fighting and wants to wrestle and this is the way he wanted to end his wrestling career in the AEW ring and get in and out the way has always wanted to come out with great matches. “
Tony Khan talks about Sting’s upcoming match at AEW
Khan was excited about the reaction the energy bomb spot received on social media last week to AEW Dynamite, as it created a conversation about Sting’s well-being.
“He is preparing for this and I expect Sting to have a great performance on March 7. He has very high expectations from this match and his return here, and I think so too. I thought Brian did a great job with his powerbomb and he certainly got people who they talked about the game in a very positive way and created a conversation about it, “Will Sting be okay? Is this okay? ”Well, that was the idea, we’re trying to create that conversation, but most importantly it’s good and it went through the curtain … it’s not going to be an easy moment, it took a lot out of it at the same time it came out of it in one piece and that’s what he wanted. “
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