Darby Allin’s presence is here to stay.
Regarded as a foundational figure within AEW, Darby Allin has held a significant position within the roster since the inception of the promotion. He has graced the ring alongside esteemed names such as Chris Jericho, Cody Rhodes, Jon Moxley, CM Punk, MJF, and numerous others throughout his tenure in AEW. Notably, his partnership with Sting has cemented its place as one of the most triumphant alliances in AEW’s history.
In AEW, Darby has found the freedom to express his true self, and he envisions a lasting future within the company.
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“I can’t say enough good things about working with Tony Khan. It baffles me that people can take it for granted. I don’t know if people realize how fortunate we are to be wrestling at such a high level with such an open-minded owner. What you see out there is 100% Darby Allin. Nobody tells me how to walk, talk, or act. It’s 100% me. To have that free reign to collaborate with Tony and create such good storylines leading to Wembley, you can’t say enough good things. I’m super stoked about everything and my whole growth with AEW, but them letting me be me. I haven’t shied away from this, I tell Tony that I’m maybe the worst businessman in pro wrestling because there is never going to be a bidding war for Darby Allin. I love AEW so much, I’m not playing games. I’m not going to be like, ‘what if I went somewhere else?’ No, I’m just being real, Darby Allin is going to live and die in AEW,” he said on the Jon Chuckery Show.
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