Addressing the rumors surrounding his involvement in “Jackass Forever,” Darby Allin clarified the situation and shared details about a stunt he proposed for the film. In an interview with Fightful’s Sean Ross Sapp, Allin provided insights into his connection with the “Jackass” crew.
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Regarding his rumored appearance in “Jackass Forever,” Allin stated, “I was filming with Steve-O… He was like, ‘Yo, we gotta get this guy in the new movie.’ By then all contracts had already settled… People probably think just hanging out with Steve-O, it’s automatically gonna be in Jackass type deal. But it was fun. Maybe it’s a good thing I wasn’t in the movie.”
Allin further revealed the stunt he had in mind if he were part of the “Jackass 4” cast. He explained, “I pitched to Steve-O, ‘Put me in a body bag, duct tape me to a skateboard and send me down [the Mega Ramp at Bob Burnquist’s house].’ That was my stunt I had planned for Jackass 4. Maybe it’s a good thing that didn’t happen because who knows how that would have panned out.”
When asked about a potential involvement in a “Jackass” TV series reboot, Allin expressed his focus on AEW and the importance of scheduling. He commented, “It all depends on where I’m at with my career because AEW is my big focal point… Right now there’s a lot of goals I have outside the ring… Mount Everest is probably the biggest one… You can only hike it two months out of the year… I’ve gotta wait until next April and May.”
Allin’s dedication to his wrestling career and his pursuit of personal goals were evident throughout the interview. As fans anticipate his match at AEW Double or Nothing, where he will challenge for the AEW World Championship, Allin continues to captivate with his fearlessness and ambition.
Please credit Sean Ross Sapp of Fightful for the interview and quotes.
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