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Sting returning to live in-ring action at AEW Double or Nothing

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Sting will return to live in-ring action for the first time in nearly six years at Double or Nothing.

Darby Allin will team with Sting as they take on the team of Scorpio Sky and Ethan Page. The two teams had a confrontation tonight, which ended up with Page being ejected out of the ring while Sting put Scorpio Sky in the scorpion deathlock. The Double or Nothing match, which will take place on May 30, was announced later in the show.

Sky and Page, since debuting as a team, have set their sights on Allin and Sting in recent weeks. After Allin confronted them during a promo, Sky and Page attacked Allin, throwing him down a flight of stairs.

Sting hasn’t wrestled live since Night of Champions 2015, when he lost to Seth Rollins. He suffered a neck injury during that match, leading to him announcing his retirement in 2016. However, since appearing on AEW, Sting has been physical, including working a cinematic street fight that took place on March 7 at AEW Revolution.