Darby Allin Shares Gruesome Photo After AEW Double Or Nothing

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Darby Allin has shared a photo of what his face looks like after taking part in a chaotic Anarchy in the Arena match.

In the main event of AEW Double or Nothing in Las Vegas, Darby Allin was on Team AEW along with Bryan Danielson, Dax Harwood & Cash Wheeler. That foursome went up against The Elite’s Kazuchika Okada, Matthew Jackson, Nicholas Jackson & Jack Perry.

Those eight men competed in an Anarchy in the Arena match, which meant that anything goes and they were allowed to fight anywhere in the MGM Grand Garden Arena.

As usual, any time Darby Allin is in a big match, he did some crazy things. At one point, Allin jumped off a balcony by the fans with a Coffin Drop onto a bunch of other wrestlers who were in the crowd.

Allin also fought with Perry in the backstage area, which led to Perry driving a truck into a pile of garbage and the idea was that Allin was over there, but that was never shown. It was a reference to Allin legitimately getting hit by a bus recently.

During the match, Allin also was wearing headgear to protect his face and there were thumbtacks on the headgear. There was also a crazy moment in the match where Allin had a flamethrower on the stage and actually put Perry on fire for a few moments before a fire extinguisher was used to put the fire out.

The Elite isolated Allin in the final moments of the match, which led to the group hogtying Allin’s legs together and hanging him upside down. This allowed The Young Bucks to hit double superkicks (with shoes that had thumbtacks on them) on Allin as well. Eventually, The Elite was able to hit some big moves on Danielson in succession and Perry pinned Danielson to win the match.

How Does Darby Allin Look After Anarchy In The Arena?

On social media, Darby Allin posted a photo of his face to show the scarring on his nose and facial area.

Darby Allin has worked for AEW since the company launched in 2019 and has no plans to go anywhere else. Allin made it clear that he’s in AEW “long-term” and that means fans of the company will get to see more of his crazy stunts during big matches like the Anarchy in the Arena Match.

The Anarchy in the Arena Match was Allin’s second AEW PPV main event of 2024 because he also headlined Revolution when he teamed with Sting to beat The Young Bucks in Sting’s retirement match.