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Kevin Sullivan Critiques WWE’s Booking Of Sting, Will Ospreay On His NJPW Rise



Sting & Darby Allin vs. The Young Bucks in a Tornado Tag Team match, serving as Sting’s retirement match, took place in the main event of the AEW Revolution 2024 pay-per-view event, with the babyfaces retaining the AEW Tag Team Titles.

On a recent edition of his “Tuesday with The Taskmaster” podcast, former WCW booker Kevin Sullivan shared his experience working with Sting in WCW, and critiqued WWE for mistreating The Icon.

Sullivan said, “The dealings I had with him was he [always had] good input. He cared. And this is how things get out there and then somebody tells it again. They’ve never been around, they don’t know. This guy never took a night off, worked very hard, I mean, and the first time he got a break, he worked 45 minutes with Ric. The only thing I questioned was when he went to WWE. What was that all about? I mean, why did they beat him like a drum?”

On a recent edition of the “Talk Is Jericho” podcast, AEW wrestler Will Ospreay discussed how he found his footing in NJPW following The Elite’s departure from the Bushiroad promotion.

Ospreay said, “I feel like I finally found my footing in 2019 when Kenny [Omega] left, and the [Young] Bucks left, and Cody [Rhodes] left, obviously to set up AEW, and then obviously myself and Jay [White] stepped in, I found my footing when I wrestled Shingo [Takagi] in the Super Juniors.”

Kenny Omega and The Young Bucks left NJPW to form AEW in early 2019.

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