Has Sting in AEW lost his allure? Jim Cornette seems to think so.

Did Sting say bye bye to Japan? (VIDEO)

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Sting was recently in Japan to take part in The Great Muta’s final match with Pro Wrestling NOAH. The two have been frenemies for decades now, having crossed paths for the first time in 1989 and tagged with each other on multiple occasions.

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The two, alongside AEW’s Darby Allin, faced AKIRA, Hakushi, and Naomichi Marufuji in the main event of The Great Muta Final “Bye-Bye” on January 22. Sting hit a scorpion death drop, Allin his coffin drop, and Muta a shining wizard to Hakushi to get the win.

Backstage after the bout, Sting and Muta were discussing it when the former implied that he may have wrestled his last match in Japan.


Meanwhile, the retiring Keiji Muto will wrestle for the final time next month. The master of the Shinning Wizard battles ex-IWGP Heavyweight Champion Tetsuya Naito at “Keijo Muto Grand Final Last Love” in Tokyo Dome.

Sting on “that” dream match


According to AEW wrestler Sting, The Undertaker’s extended career never really allowed for the idea of a match.

After Sting joined WWE in 2014, fans had been speculating for years about a potential showdown between the two legends, but it never materialized.

The Icon wanted a bout with the Phenom as the grand finale to his career as soon as his contract with Impact expired in January 2014, according to a story in D Magazine.

Sting vs The undertaker

When the two were conversing, the Undertaker and Brock Lesnar fight for WrestleMania 30 had already been decided.

“It was never going to happen,” Sting said of the Undertaker match. “Never.”

Instead of The Undertaker, Sting’s first of four matches with WWE would see him lose to Triple H at WrestleMania 31.


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