Sting, who is still being hit by a 630-centon bomb and put through a table by Sammy Guevara on an AEW pay-per-view, is a 64-year-old man. So the story consistently revolves around when he finally decides to take off his face paint one last time.
He spoke about it months ago, seemingly ending his contract when it expires in 2023, but it’s unclear when exactly that will be.
Between forbidden door At the post-event media scrum, before Chris Jericho crashed the scrum to set up the match, he was asked about his retirement and if the date was still set.
“I haven’t set a specific date. In fact, many people wondered if I would retire at Wembley. That might be kind of cool, but I don’t think it’s going to happen. I don’t think so, I’m going to keep going, I feel like Tony[Khan]is saying in my ear, “Steve, you can stay as long as you want.” bottom. So, I don’t know how long it will be, but like I said a few months ago, Showtime is almost over, and it really is. I’m looking forward to going back to London though. “
He went on to say that although there were moments when he thought it was over, he still cherishes each day. And either way, they need to put together a story to send him off, but certainly they haven’t started doing anything meaningful for it yet.
Everyone, enjoy your showtime now.