Cody Rhodes On Possibility of Sting having a Cinematic Match in AEW

Sting recently debuted back in December of 2020 at Winter is Coming for All Elite Wrestling and may have got the biggest pop since Covid-19 began.

Cody Rhodes recently spoke to the New York Post about Sting possibly doing cinematic matches for All Elite Wrestling, as well as, Sting’s upcoming match for Revolution.

Cody had this to say about Sting possibly having a cinematic match:

“To me, the cinematic matches, they really don’t have a current definition. I’ve seen the Stadium Stampede. I’ve seen the Boneyard [match]. I’ve seen various different ways to present cinematic. And really cinematic just means with different camera cuts. It can mean a lot of things, but ask me that question again in a few months because I want the opportunity to stand across from the Stinger and I think he knows that. It’s almost kind of itching at me under my skin that if there is somebody I wanted to beat, it’s the face of TNT’s hottest period and run.”

Cody also commented on Sting and Darby Allin facing Brian Cage and Ricky Starks at Revolution:

“I’m going to be watching like everyone else at Revolution and then the decision will become a little bit more clear. With what happens at Revolution and how him and Darby are able to navigate that stream, then ask me in a few months and I’ll have a better answer.”

Cody Rhodes discussed the legacy Sting brings with him:

“There was a time where six million people, eight million people were watching wrestling and there are very few people who lived that period of time and who were big stars. Really there are none active other than Sting. He just brings this credibility, this aura and this wisdom, to what he does.”

Cody Rhodes lastly commented on not sharing a lot of backstage interactions with Sting:

“I want people to think he’s just that all the time. That’s who he is. He’s just walking around face painted, the long coat because that’s how I see him. When he walks through the back, the common area right before you get to the go position where my office is, where Tony’s office is, there is the common area and when he walks through there it changes the mood. “Every local who might be working ‘Dark’ that night, guy who is chomping away, then when you see him he really brings this great presence. That alone is really invaluable and the fact that he’s on TV and we’ve only seen the tip of the iceberg with I think what Sting is capable of.”

Credit to New York Post and H/T to 411Mania for the transcription.

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