Sting Makes a Comeback to AEW Dynamite


In an unexpected change of events, ROH Six Man Tag Champions Kaun and Toa Liona, better known as the Gates of Agony, were defeated by Darby Allin and Orange Cassidy. After their success, the remaining Mogul Embassy men surrounded Cassidy and Allin, placing them in danger. However, Allin’s trainer and WWE Hall of Famer Sting came to their help. Sting hadn’t wrestled since March of this year, when he and Allin and Cassidy won an exciting six-man tag match against The Butcher and The Blade and Kip Sabian.

Cassidy and Allin have established themselves as serious title contenders in ROH with their victory against Kaun and Liona. Sting’s history with the group makes it likely that the former WCW World Heavyweight Champion will soon join forces with them in an effort to regain his title. Sting wants Allin to be a part of the final fight of his legendary ring career. Earlier this year in January, the three of them worked together and defeated AKIRA, Jinsei Shinzaki, and Naomichi Marufuji in Keiji Muto’s (The Great Muta) farewell match.

Meanwhile, Cassidy has retained her title as AEW International Champion. He recently displayed his superiority by defending his AEW Double or Nothing Blackjack Battle Royal championship. However, Allin is still a major player in the wrestling industry despite losing to AEW World Champion MJF in the “Four Pillars” match at the same event.

Fans are thrilled by these recent events and look forward to seeing what Darby Allin, Orange Cassidy, and even the legendary Sting do in the future. This partnership is exciting news for fans of both ROH and AEW as the wrestling industry continues to shift.


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