Lex Luger On Possibly Attending AEW Revolution For Sting's Last Match: Friendship Transcends Kayfabe

Lex Luger speaks on whether or not he will attend Sting's last match at AEW Revolution.

Lex Luger and Sting were always closely associated during their time together in WCW. They have been Tag Team Champions together and Sting even one of his first WCW World Championships by defeating Luger at WCW SuperBrawl II in 1992.

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Sting will compete in his farewell match at AEW Revolution, teaming with Darby Allin against Matthew and Nicholas Jackson, aka The Young Bucks, for the AEW World Tag Team Championship.

Speaking on his Lex Expressed podcast, Luger commented on whether or not he would be attending the momentous occasion in Greensboro, North Carolina, a city that is very important in both of their careers.

Luger reflects on 35 years of friendship and chooses to leave it open to fan interpretation as to whether or not he will be in Greensboro.

"Let me put it this way. I will go back to 35 years of friendship, which we've talked about [The Kliq] getting together in the garden. Friendship sometimes transcends the kayfabe and there may be ramifications or there may not. Sting was there for me at three in the morning when I had my motorcycle wreck and they wanted to cut my arm off and kind of stopped the doctors from cutting my arm off. So people could read into that what they want and whether I might be at the building or not. I won’t confirm anything, but I’m just saying. I’ll leave it in that context. How’s that?”

Kevin Nash has said that he was invited to go to Sting's last match but is electing not to go as he considers himself to be a WWE guy with one of his close friends being Paul "Triple H" Levesque. Kevin Nash's comments here.

Booker T, another WCW Legend, has also commented on whether or not he would attend the upcoming event in Greensboro. Read his comments here.

Lex Luger has also commented on the build-up to Sting's final encounter. Read his thoughts on the angle leading up to the match here.

Fans can check out the full card for AEW Revolution here. Fightful will have live coverage of the event on Sunday, March 3.

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