Sting took part in the post-AEW Revolution media scrum on Sunday night and discussed several topics, including his decision to join AEW, retirement, his future in the business and more.

Sting said that in regards to him deciding to join All Elite Wrestling, he saw an opportunity and liked the wrestlers who were involved, both male and female and that the brand fit him, and he felt like All Elite Wrestling was the best fit, compared to his runs in WWE and TNA Wrestling. Sting was asked about his future in the business and said that himself and Tony Khan have not really worked anything out yet in regards to him doing work for All Elite Wrestling, but that they will likely have to talk about it in the future, but ruled out becoming a manager or a road agent/producer for the company going forward.

Sting then discussed splitting with Ultimate Warrior/Jim Hellwig after their run as The Bladerunners in the UWF, with Sting noting that it was for the best at the time as they were two roided out guys that were ready to kill each other and that he stopped doing steroids in 1990. Sting was then questioned about how hard it was to leave the ring after the main event of AEW Revolution and said that it could not have gone any better for him, putting over how great it was for his two sons to come out wearing his surfer and nWo Wolfpac style gear.

Sting then went on to note that he had just gotten out of a meeting with The Young Bucks where he stated that Sunday’s match was amongst the top three matches of his career, and that the match could not have gone any better. Sting then joked that at one point, everything was going so well that he could make it to Wembley Stadium again, but then noted that there was no chance of that happening.

The full media scrum is available at this link.