Darby Allin explained why fans shouldn’t expect a bidding war over his talents any time soon.
Since his arrival in AEW, Darby Allin has found a great deal of success, winning the TNT Championship on two occasions as well as winning the Royal Rampage battle royal in 2023. Speaking in a new interview with Jon Chuckery, Allin opened up about his wrestling future and made it clear that he has no plans to leave All Elite Wrestling, even if a better offer were to come along.
“I’m super stoked on everything and my whole growth with but just them just letting me be me. And plus, I’ve always I’ve I haven’t shied away from this. I always tell Tony maybe I’m the worst businessman in professional wrestling because there’s never going to be a bidding war for Darby Allin. That’s because I love it. I love AEW so much. I ain’t playing games, I’m not going to try and say, ‘Oh, what if I went somewhere else?’ No, I’m just being real. Darby Allin is going to live and die in AEW.” (h/t WrestlingNews.co)
When Did Darby Allin Debut In AEW?
Allin has been with All Elite Wrestling since 2019, nearly since the beginning of the company’s existence. His first match came in June of 2019 at Fyter Fest, where he and Cody Rhodes fought to a time limit draw, a move that came as a shock to many fans as Rhodes was by far more well-known at the time.
Speaking in a July interview, Allin explained why he knew he’d “made it” in AEW following his incredible bout with Rhodes.