Darby Allin & Sting Teaming Up For Coffin Match At AEW All In

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Get the coffins ready for Wembley Stadium at AEW All In because Sting & Darby Allin will be competing in a huge grudge match.

The tag team of Sting & Darby Allin have an incredible record of 17-0 in their AEW career since teaming up for the first time in March 2021. In fact, every match Sting has had in AEW is a tag team match with Allin on his team in either a regular 2-on-2 tag team match or a tag match with more than one partner.

Recently, Darby Allin has been mentoring AEW newcomer Nick Wayne, who Darby has known since Nick was a kid. Now 18 years old, Nick recently made his AEW debut against Swerve Strickland. While Swerve won that match, Nick was impressive in defeat.

On last week’s August 2nd edition of AEW Dynamite, Swerve and his buddy AR Fox attacked Wayne at his home wrestling ring in Seattle and left Wayne bloody. Fox had been a friend to Allin in the past, but now they are enemies.

Sting Saves Darby Allin On AEW Dynamite

During tonight’s episode of AEW Dynamite, the Mogul Embassy led by Swerve were doing a promo when Darby Allin interrupted. Allin said that he tried to help Fox get into AEW sooner, but Fox had issues he had to deal with and Allin is happy that Fox is in AEW now.

As he continued to speak, Darby Allin mentioned that while Fox has a lot of friends in the ring, Allin had a friend too. The lights went out and Sting appeared with his bat. Allin and Sting managed to clear the ring rather quickly.

After the segment, AEW announced that at AEW All In on Sunday, August 27th at Wembley Stadium in London, England, there’s going to be a big tag team match. It will be Sting & Darby Allin one more time facing off against Swerve & Fox in a tag team Coffin Match.

Further building to the upcoming encounter, Sting and Allin would bring the fight to Fox in an unlikely setting.