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NewsAEWRonda Rousey Teases Another Indie Appearance, Jim Ross Talks Sting's Retirement

Ronda Rousey Teases Another Indie Appearance, Jim Ross Talks Sting’s Retirement



Wrestling Revolver will be making its debut in Los Angeles, CA on November 16, and Ronda Rousey seems to be interested in appearing. She responded to the official announcement, writing,

“How very convenient…”

Rousey made a surprise return to the ring on Thursday night, teaming with Marina Shafir at a Lucha VaVOOM event.

As many of you know by now, Sting will be wrestling his final match at the AEW Revolution 2024 pay-per-view event.

WWE Hall of Famer Jim Ross is excited to see how AEW builds to Sting’s retirement, which is something he discussed on the latest edition of his “Grilling JR” podcast.

You can check out some highlights from the podcast below:

On Sting’s final match taking place at AEW Revolution: “On a pay-per-view of some sort. I think a pay-per-view is apropos to celebrate his career. It’ll be fun to see how that works out and how the promotion evolves. It’ll be interesting to see going forward what’s up for everybody. Sting has had an amazing career, and the fact that they’re planning his exit this far out is good planning in my view. So we’ll see how it evolves, and we’re still a little ways away from that, but I’m anxious to go along on that ride.”

On who he would like to see Sting face in his last bout: “There’s a lot of guys who would love to have that match with Sting. There would be a lot of guys that would stand in that line to celebrate his career and his last match. So it’s hard to say who it would be. Somebody is gonna be very blessed to have that opportunity to appear on that show against Sting. So I’d say it’s quite an honor to be selected for that position, and I can’t wait to see how it all pans out and how we end up this amazing career. I was very shocked that he signed with AEW, happily shocked, a great deal. So we’ll see how it all works out. The nice thing is that we have plenty of time to plan for it. I think that’s really important. For a guy like Sting, he needs all the celebration that you can muster. So we’ll see how it ends up. I’m happy and excited that he’s finally decided that this is gonna be enough. He’s [been] there much longer than I anticipated him being there with this last run. So he’ll be missed, but he’s gonna be so appreciated as we move forward. I’m a big Sting fan. Hopefully, he’ll have a celebration fitting his career. I’m sure that he will.”

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