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“At 65, that’s like senior citizen, Grandpa stuff” – WCW Legend On Sting Deciding To Retire

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WWE Hall of Famer Sting announced that he will retire from professional wrestling at the AEW Revolution 2024 pay-per-view.

On his Hall of Fame podcast, fellow WCW Legend Booker T talked about Sting deciding to end his almost 40 year career in a few months.

Booker T explained why he doesn’t want The Icon to retire:

“I’m glad for him. I’m glad he’s finally gonna hang it up and be able to, you know, move on to what’s next. You know at 65, that’s like senior citizen, AARP stuff, man. Grandpa stuff.

I don’t know, man. It’s mixed emotions, you know, because I think he’s retiring, it’s gonna be great, but I think it’s something, honestly, that’s well overdue. To have done this thing your whole life and then when you walk away from it, you know, it’s hard to walk.

I’m gonna tell you right now. He might not want to retire. He might want to just say man, I’m just, you know, I ain’t gonna say I’m ever going to retire. I might just want to go walk away and leave the business, but retire? I wouldn’t say that because I’m gonna tell you right now, sitting at home, becoming an old man, receding. It can get lonely.

I say stay in the ring, Sting. Don’t retire. Don’t quit. Don’t ever quit. That’s what wrestlers do. That’s just, that’s me. That’s my opinion on it.

I wouldn’t retire if I was you Sting. I would stay in the ring forever. Take bumps. Fly off of stuff (laughs).”

Sting is scheduled to get a gift from AEW President Tony Khan on Wednesday’s Dynamite.

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