According to Jeff Jarrett, Sting’s AEW Dynamite promo ranks as “his absolute fines

According to Jeff Jarrett, Sting's AEW Dynamite promo ranks as "his absolute fines

In the most recent episode of the “My World” podcast, Jeff Jarrett commented on Sting’s interview with AEW Dynamite:

“I consider it to be the most effective promo he’s ever put together. I have to be cautious since I don’t want be a blur because there wasn’t any blurring of the lines. Sting is in an actual life scenario with the loss of his father. And the kind of emotions, you are in a state of raw and even reflected on himself and his mortality. I’ve had the same thoughts since the loss of my father.”

Jarrett added, “Sting started in ’85. Here we are almost 40 years. The identity of who Steve Borden is. I truly believe that Steve is really ready to close the book on his wrestling career. I may be wrong, but my gut tells me in a lot of ways Sting in that promo was his final, and that’s I feel this can be kind of shallow, but it’s like Sting’s final babyface promo that was heartfelt. Nobody had to be convinced if he really meant those words, or if that was a wrestling promo. I think that was directly from Steve Borden’s heart that I’m going to bring everything I have, and he’s done that over the last two years. When he said he wasn’t just going to rest on my laurels, he’s kicked ass time after time after time on Dynamites or pay-per-views. Now, we are we four, five, six days removed from that promo, I think as time goes on, we’re going to know, wow, we’ll remember this promo because it was heartfelt and that was Steve Borden talking in a lot of ways to the wrestling universe like, ‘Folks, I’m gonna go out in a blaze of glory. I’m giving it all I got.’ I got chill bumps. Not many times do I watch things two or three times. I’ve watched it a couple of times and I could feel it. I felt for him, but it’s one of the magic moments I really believe that our wrestling industry can create.”

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