Sting and The Real Winners and Losers From AEW Revolution 2024 Match Card | News, Scores, Highlights, Stats, and Rumors

The legacy of Sting in professional wrestling is unmatched. 39 years of greatness define him as one of the true legends of the business, and it did it mostly outside WWE’s radar.

When he arrived in AEW, many never expected The Icon to wrestle again due to a near-career-ending neck injury at the end of his brief WWE run.

While he took it slow to start, The Icon would end up wrestling 29 matches in AEW. He only worked multi-man matches, but that did not stop him from working as fast as he could and jumping off so many high platforms.

He walked into the final match of his AEW run, hoping to end his career on an appropriate note and deliver one last unforgettable performance. He did just that.

With Ric Flair, Lex Luger, Diamond Dallas Page and Ricky “The Dragon” Steamboat in attendance, Sting came out to “Seek and Destroy” with his sons at his side and even wrestling with him early on.

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This was a hardcore war that began as a one-sided beating for The Young Bucks but evolved into a brutal, bloody heel domination by Matt and Nick Jackson. Sting alone had to fight off both men in an incredible final performance.

With some final help from his friend and protege Darby Allin, The Icon got the definitive victory, winning his last match and remaining undefeated in AEW forever.

Darby Allin also won by putting his whole body into putting over Sting one last time. He will carry his legacy forward as he hopefully focuses on singles gold again for the rest of 2024.

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