WATCH: 63-Year-Old WWE Legend Struggles to Stand After Costly Misstep

Published 03/24/2022, 7:30 AM EDT

Mistakes are common in every field. Even the best can sometimes fail. And so did this 63-year-old WWE legend during the latest episode of AEW Dynamite.

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Here, we are talking about ‘The Icon’ Sting. During the latest episode of AEW Dynamite, Sting and Darby Allin teamed up with Jeff and Matt Hardy to battle Andrade Family Office’s Private Party and The Butcher and The Blade in a tornado tag team contest.

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In the ending moments of the match, Private Party tried to execute the Gin and Juice move on Sting. But the WWE legend blocked the cutter from Isiah Kassidy and countered it by locking in the dragon sleeper on the Private Party member.

But after that, Sting struggled to stand. After struggling for a while, Sting got back to his feet and hit the Scorpion Death Drop on Isiah Kassidy.

It looked odd to see Sting struggle like this. However, the fans can certainly ignore such things because getting to see Sting wrestle is a treat to the eyes. Every time he gets in the ring, he impresses everyone.

But after tonight’s episode of AEW Dynamite, deep down, Sting and all his fans know that soon a time will come when ‘The Icon’ will have to retire, considering his growing age. Thus, they will definitely want to enjoy the time till it lasts.

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A short look at the glorious pro wrestling career of Sting

A professional career that started way back in the mid-1980s is still going strong. Sting is one of the few wrestlers who competed in WCW, Impact Wrestling, WWE, and AEW.

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This just shows why the AEW superstar is regarded as one of the very best in the business. In WCW, ‘The Icon’ claimed several championships, including the WCW World Heavyweight Championship, which he won six times.

And in Impact Wrestling, he won the Impact World Championships four times and many other titles. Though he did not win any titles in WWE and AEW, he had some special and high-profile matches. He is also a WWE Hall of Famer.

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Not only in AEW, WWE, WCW, and Impact Wrestling, but he also competed elsewhere and proved that he is indeed a champion.

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Shouvik Nath

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Shouvik Nath is a WWE and AEW author at EssentiallySports. Having completed his graduation from St.Xavier’s College, Shouvik wished to follow his passion for pro wrestling.

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