Darby Allin Forced Out Of Mount Everest Climb

Darby Allin AEW

There will be no AEW flag planted on top of Mount Everest, at least this year, as Darby Allin has pulled out of his planned expedition.

Darby Allin was part of Sting’s final ever match at Revolution as the undefeated pair put their AEW Tag Team Championship one last time against The Young Bucks. Sting picked up the win and received a fitting send off but it was Allin who had everyone talking with a death-defying dive from a ladder through plate glass.

The AEW Tag Team Title has since been vacated and Darby Allin has returned to the singles ranks in the company. At Dynamite Big Business, Allin was in action against Jay White. White picked up the win with the Blade Runner but after the match, The Bang Bang Gang turned heel by attacking Allin.

The Acclaimed and Daddy Ass came to try and talk sense into their partners in the Bang Bang Scissor Gang but they were attacked by White and The Gunns as well. White soon got his hands back on Darby Allin and they Pillmaized his ankle with a chair to presumably write him off AEW TV for his attempt at climbing Mount Everest.

However, as often in wrestling, art often imitates life and it seems a real-life injury has taken Allin’s Everest quest out of his hands.

Darby Allin Suffers Broken Foot

Darby Allin confirmed a TMZ report on social media that he has broken his foot meaning that his Mount Everest climb has been put on hold until 2025 at the earliest.

It is believed Allin suffered the injury around two minutes into the match following a flipping senton onto White from the top rope to the outside meaning that the former TNT Champion then wrestled for around ten more minutes with the injury.