• Update On Sting’s Health After Last Night’s AEW Dynamite
On last night’s episode of AEW Dynamite, Taz called out WWE Hall of Famer Sting.
Sting then came down to the ring and Taz mentioned how Sting has always needed the baseball bat to protect him.
Sting then threw the bat away, took off his jacket and began punching Brian Cage.
Cage then ended up kicking Sting in the stomach and then powerbombed him!
You can watch it below:
This was Sting’s first bump in over 5 years. His last bump was at WWE Night Of Champions 2015, where he injured his neck and was forced to retire.
Fans were concerned after this as Sting will turn 62 years old next month.
On the Dynamite post-show, AEW commentator Tony Schiavone was asked why AEW allowed Sting to take such a bump, to which Tony replied:
“Because he obviously wants to and he obviously thinks it’s good for business.”
Tony then revealed that Sting was fine after the powerbomb and that The Icon can’t wait for his in-ring return:
“As scary as that may be, and I know what you’re getting at, he’s ok. So there you go.”
Tony noted that he was also shocked & scared after Sting took that bump.
Brian Cage & Ricky Starks of Team Taz will face the team of Sting & TNT Champion Darby Allin in a Street Fight at AEW Revolution 2021 PPV on March 7.
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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (February 18, 1989) – Legendary Old School Diva Passed Away
On this day in 1989, we lost Old School Wrestling Legend Mildred Burke (Real name: Mildred Bliss) at the age of 73 due to a stroke.
Mildred, who wrestled during the 30s, 40s & 50s, is widely considered one of the greatest female professional wrestlers in the history of this sport.
Burke used to be the NWA World Women’s Champion for almost 20 years.
In 2016, she was posthumously inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame as part of their annual Legacy wing inductees.
† REST IN PEACE MILDRED BURKE
August 5, 1915 – February 18, 1989