The babyfaces turned the tables on them on tonight’s (Feb. 24) episode. After Brian Cage and Ricky Starks won a tune-up match, a video aired that featured Sting having a fun time with his body bagged tag team partner.
Sting then appeared inside Daily’s Place with the body bag. But it wasn’t Darby Allin who was inside the bag this time - it was Taz’s son, Hook!
Sting pointed up towards the rafters, where Darby Allin channeled 1997 Sting by zip-lining down into the ring. He attacked Team Taz with his skateboard. Sting joined the fray and unleashed his signature Stinger Splash and Scorpion Death Drop.
HERE WE GO! @Sting & @DarbyAllin finally get their revenge.— All Elite Wrestling (@AEW) February 25, 2021
These two will take on @MrGMSI_BCage & @starkmanjones in a STREET FIGHT at #AEWRevolution on March 7.
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Sting may never get a match against the Undertaker, but at least he still got to play around with some body bags in AEW.
Are you ready to see more of this action from Sting, Allin, and Team Taz in their upcoming Street Fight at Revolution on Mar. 7?
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