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Tony Schiavone Honored To Be Part Of Sting’s Career, Swerve Still Contacts Paul Heyman



On a recent edition of his “What Happened When” podcast, AEW broadcaster Tony Schiavone discussed Sting’s upcoming retirement match at AEW Revolution next month.

You can check out some highlights from the podcast below:

On Sting’s upcoming last match: “Yeah, in many ways, it’s going to be. Sting’s family’s going to be there. He’s invited a couple of his friends to be there. So it is. It’s gonna be an emotional night for me, and it’s gonna be an emotional night for Ric Flair, who’s gonna be there as well, and the fact that, you think about Sting and Flair, Clash of the Champions, I was there to call it, and how much the Greensboro Coliseum means to me as a wrestling fan, that was my go-to place during all my fandom back in the 70s. It means a lot to me. So with that in mind, I really personally look forward to that night.”

On being a part of Sting’s career: “I’m so honored to be a part of Sting’s career, Flair’s career, and many wrestlers’ careers. Arn, Tully, Barry Windham, Midnight Express, Jim Cornette, all of that. You see some photos of them, there I am, holding the mic. It was a wonderful time. It was a good time, and I miss it.”

At AEW Revolution 2024, Sting and Darby Allin will defend the AEW World Tag Team Championships against The Young Bucks in a Tornado Tag Match.

The event is scheduled for Sunday, March 3, at the Greensboro Coliseum in Greensboro, North Carolina.

On a recent edition of his “Swerve City” podcast, AEW wrestler Swerve Strickland revealed that he still keeps contact with WWE’s Paul Heyman.

Strickland said, “Little do people know, I still talk to Paul Heyman. Just on a mentorship-type state. I go to him for advice on like my promos and my segments that like … when I was doing the home invasion segments and all this stuff, I was like ‘how did this make you feel?’ I would get reception back from him.”

Strickland was released by WWE in March 2022 following which he signed with AEW.

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