Sting Has Been Pulled from the Double or Nothing Fan Fest after Suffering an Injury

Sting AEW Debut
Sting AEW Debut

Sting has been cancelled from Saturday’s Double Or Nothing Fan Fest in Las Vegas, according to AEW.

The Stinger suffered an injury on last week’s AEW Dynamite, and he has not been medically authorised to go to Vegas for Double Or Nothing, it was announced on Wednesday night. Fans who purchased Fan Fest meet & greet tickets will receive refund information via e-mail, according to AEW.

“Due to an injury sustained last week, @Sting has not been cleared to fly and will be unable to attend the #AEWDoN Fan Fest Meet & Greets on Saturday.” “Watch your inbox for details on refunds for fans who purchased tickets to watch #TheIcon,” AEW tweeted.

Tickets for Sting’s $150 Fan Fest meet and greet are already sold out. On Saturday, from 11 a.m. until 12:30 p.m., he was slated to appear.

Sting, Darby Allin, and The Hardys brawled with Adam Cole, Kyle O’Reilly, Bobby Fish, and The Young Bucks on last week’s AEW Dynamite from Houston, just hours after Cole defeated Jeff Hardy to progress to the finals of The Owen Hart Foundation Men’s Tournament. Sting fought off Cole and O’Reilly, who attacked with a steel chair, as The Hardys and Allin were taken out. Sting was then taken out with a double superkick by the Bucks. Cole wrapped a chair over Sting’s ankle at the end of the segment, allowing O’Reilly to come off the top rope with a knee drop to the chair.

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