AEW Dynamite IGNITE for 2/28/24 (Sting’s Final Dynamite)

It is time for the final AEW Dynamite before the huge AEW Revolution pay-per-view as we preview AEW Dynamite IGNITE for 2/28/24. This week’s AEW Dynamite seems to focus on the end of Sting’s historical career.

He certainly deserves the spotlight for all he has given to professional wrestling. Let us find out more about this emotional card in Huntsville in the latest edition of AEW Dynamite IGNITE.

AEW Dynamite IGNITE for 2/28/24
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AEW Dynamite IGNITE for 2/28/24
Will Ospreay is All Elite

Not to be overshadowed by Sting’s pending retirement, Will Ospreay is finally officially All Elite. At last November’s AEW Full Gear, he signed with the company. The 30-year-old Ospreay is certainly one of the best wrestlers in the world.

After wrapping up some more incredible matches in New Japan and Rev Pro Wrestling, he is part of the AEW roster.

Will Ospreay will be live in Huntsville. Ospreay will be facing Konsosuke Takeshita at AEW Revolution.

They are both part of the Don Callis Family. Will it be a friendly competition on Sunday night?

It will be interesting to see what role Ospreay wants to play in the company going forward. It is also just great to see “Aerial Assassin” as part of AEW going forward. 

AEW Dynamite IGNITE for 2/28/24
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AEW Dynamite IGNITE for 2/28/24
Jon Moxley, Claudio Castagnoli & Bryan Danielson vs. FTR & Eddie Kingston

On last week’s AEW Dynamite, Jon Moxley & Claudio Castagnoli fought FTR to a twenty-minute time-limit draw. Their rivalry has certainly become more heated and physical in recent weeks. It continues on this week’s show in a big Trios Match.

In Huntsville, we will add Bryan Danielson to Team BCC, and Eddie Kingston will join FTR. The feud between Danielson and Kingston has certainly become personal, heading into the AEW Revolution pay-per-view.

Danielson has shown a ton of disrespect to Kingston. Kingston isn’t really well known for taking disrespect that well. How will he handle it when he gets his hands on Danielson on Wednesday night? It will be fun to find out.

AEW Dynamite IGNITE for 2/28/24
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AEW Dynamite IGNITE for 2/28/24
Sting’s Final Dynamite

It has been an emotional journey since Sting announced his retirement last October, starting after March’s AEW Revolution. In that time, Sting has continued his undefeated winning streak with Darby Allin in tag team action.

They even won the AEW World Tag Team Championship on February 7, 2024. This week on AEW Dynamite is the final show with Sting as an active competitor. It should be an emotional night.

Sting made his professional wrestling debut in 1985. Over his nearly forty-year historic career, he has been part of professional wrestling’s biggest moments in WCW, TNA, WWE, and AEW.

He deserves this incredible retirement tour, and it ends at AEW Revolution against the Young Bucks in a Tornado Tag Team Match.

What will happen in Sting’s final AEW Dynamite? Can Sting reminisce on his legendary career? Will Ric Flair have something to say?

Will Matthew and Nicholas Jackson ruin the special moment? Or will we get another surprise from Sting’s past? It has the makings of a huge moment in the 64-year-old Sting’s career. It will be special to see for sure. Thank You, Sting. 

What To Expect:

  • Will the mind games continue between Toni Storm and Deonna Purrazzo?
  • Will we learn about any more matches for AEW Revolution? 
  • Will we know more about the “Meat Madness” Match?

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