Sting, Darby Allin Attack Brian Cage, Ricky Starks at AEW Dynamite

Paul KasabianSenior ContributorFebruary 25, 2021

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Sting got some revenge on Team Taz after he and Darby Allin attacked Brian Cage and Ricky Starks at AEW Dynamite on Wednesday.

Cage and Starks took down the Varsity Blonds in a tag team match early in the show. The arena then went dark, and a video appeared on the Jumbotron of Sting driving on a deserted road in a car with a full body bag attached to the back bumper with a rope. The car stopped, the bag opened and Darby Allin revealed himself.

The camera then cut back to the arena, and Sting appeared with a body bag that had someone inside.

He opened it up, but it wasn't Allin. Rather, it was Hook, the son of stable leader Taz, who provided color commentary ringside during the previous match.

Allin was in the building, though, and he ziplined to the arena from the rafters with his skateboard in hand.

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He used the skateboard in an attack on Starks and Cage before focusing his attention on the former, knocking him out of the ring before launching himself over the ropes with a flying crossbody block.

Sting then took care of a wounded Cage, landing a Stinger Splash before finishing him off with a Scorpion Death Drop.

With the job done, Sting and Allin walked up the ramp as Taz attended to his son.

The attack meant The Icon got a little payback on Cage, who had delivered a vicious powerbomb at last week's Dynamite.

Sting and Allin will be taking on Starks and Cage in a tag team match at AEW: Revolution on March 7 at 8 p.m. ET on pay-per-view and B/R Live.