AEW Star Says Full Gear Match Was ‘Surreal’

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AEW Star Says Full Gear Match Was ‘Surreal’ AEW

An AEW star says their Full Gear match was “surreal” for them.

At AEW Full Gear 2022, Jeff Jarrett made his official in-ring debut for the company by teaming up with Jay Lethal in a loss to Sting and Darby Allin in a no disqualification match.

Speaking on his podcast, “My World with Jeff Jarrett”, the WWE Hall of Famer discussed his AEW debut and described how it was a surreal experience.

Jarrett said:

“This past weekend was surreal. It was really, really surreal.”

“Prudential Center, 12,000 fans, I don’t know, but it was full. We were late on the card. I was curious to see where the placement was gonna be with me and old Stinger and the tag.”

“I’ll tell you one thing. Darby puts it in another gear from the time he comes through the curtain.”

In regards to sharing the ring with Sting again as a special moment for him, Jarrett stated:

“When old Stinger turned around in the ring and it was just me and him in the ring….. Lot of moments. Life is about moments.”

“This industry’s certainly about moments, but that is a moment that is etched in my brain. I don’t lose sight of the gratitude coming out of it, both of us, at our stage of our career.

“24 years from our first [time] locking them up in WCW, and Tony Schiavone, our podcast-mate, him on the call. Pretty special.”

As previously reported, Jeff Jarrett will be facing a fellow AEW star this weekend at Wrestlecade.

Stay up to date with the AEW roster’s win-loss record (for televised matches) at this link.

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