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If all the questions that Dynamite has tied up with the Bullet Club and Impact Wrestling especially now that New Japan might be a part of things now. This has taken some of the spotlight off the long standing rivalry between Team Taz and TNT Champion Darby Allin. Darby was able to even the odds with the arrival of wrestling legend Sting who had shocked the world two months ago debuting on Dynamite and returning to TNT for the first time in eighteen years. One question that has been present since his arrival in All Elite was will the Stinger get in the ring. With the tag team Street fight announced for the upcoming Revolution event on March 7 we finally have our answer.
As of early this week there are only two matches announced so far for Revolution and both are tag team matches. One match is for the Tag Team titles between the champions the Young Bucks against Inner Circle (Chris Jericho & MJF). The other is the previously mentioned street fight and we will see exactly if Sting was right to continue to pitch a return to WWE before he left the company. It is more than likely that the match will be on the more cinematic side of things to allow Sting to be protected who was forced to retire from the ring after an in-ring injury in 2015. Sting would announce his retirement from the ring in 2016 at the WWE Hall of Fame induction ceremony.
Honestly, I think that Sting needs this match to be able to go out on his terms and with the advent of the cinematic styles matches it will allow Sting to end his career on his terms. Sting wanted to return and make it work, but WWE didn't want to give him the stage to do it even though he could be protected. All Elite is giving Sting the stage and it allows him to do what he wants but not be on the center stage as he really doesn't need to be just because he's getting back in the ring once again. If it works out then this clearly could lead to Sting working more then once in AEW.