Darby Allin Suffered Broken Foot On AEW Dynamite, Mt. Everest Climb Put On Hold

Darby Allin's climb of Mt. Everest has been postponed due to a broken foot

Darby Allin was set to take time away from AEW programming following his match with Jay White this week in order to begin his ascent of Mount Everest, in just one of the match death-defying acts done by Allin throughout his life. However, these plans are now being put on hold. 

During his match on AEW Dynamite: Big Business with White, Allin suffered from a broken foot early into the bout when he made a dive to the outside, landing awkwardly on his feet. Allin went on to complete the match and partake in a post-match attack from Bullet Club Gold. This news was revealed by TMZ Sports, who noted that Allin had broken three bones in his foot, and despite the angle being that Bullet Club Gold attacked his foot, it was in fact really broken. 

Allin followed this story up in a post on X, revealing that the news was true, and that his trip up Mt. Everest would have to be postponed until next year. Allin recently competed in Sting’s final ever match at AEW Revolution, receiving some criticism due to a dangerous spot involving glass that left him needing 12 stitches. He was mostly unscathed by that spot though, and ironically got injured by a move that would otherwise be a pretty simple one for him on Dynamite this week.

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