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Chris Jericho Reveals Why Sting Didn’t Want To Do A Singles Match In AEW

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Sting retired as the AEW World Tag Team Champion at the Revolution 2024 PPV, with him and Darby Allin being undefeated as a tag team.

During an interview on the Gabby AF podcast, Chris Jericho revealed that Sting didn’t want to do a singles match in All Elite Wrestling because he only wanted to elevate Darby by being his partner.

Here’s what Jericho said:

“Sting is one of those guys that, when he came in, he was super humble. No one ever says anything bad about Sting, ever.

His retirement match, it’s one of those things where you can never duplicate that. His sons, the match that they had with Darby out there and the Bucks. Sting worked his a$$ off when he was in AEW. I really respected that because he really didn’t have to.

He never had a singles match in AEW. He never wanted to have a singles match, he always wanted to do the tags and as much as he helped Darby, Darby helped him.

That’s one of the greatest mentor-students, f**k, one of the greatest tag teams of all-time for that reason. It was great to be part of that. What an inspiration.”

Sting and Jericho teamed up together once in AEW, and they also competed against each other on one occasion.

At the Worlds End PPV on December 30, 2023, Sting, Jericho, Darby & Sammy Guevara defeated Big Bill, Ricky Starks & The Don Callis Family (Konosuke Takeshita & Powerhouse Hobbs).

At the Forbidden Door PPV on June 25, 2023, Sting, Darby & Tetsuya Naito defeated Minoru Suzuki & The Jericho Appreciation Society (Chris Jericho & Sammy Guevara).

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