Darby Allin has revealed police pulled him over three times while he tried to film his and Sting's entrance for the cinematic Street Fight at AEW: Revolution.
The beginning of the taped match for All Elite Wrestling's last pay-per-view saw Allin skateboarding around Jacksonville late at night, before grabbing onto the back of a truck that was being driven by Sting. The duo would then arrive at the warehouse for the match with Team Taz.
The filming for the cinematic match lasted all night and Allin has now revealed the entrance shot with him and Sting took multiple attempts, because police kept stopping them to try and ascertain just what they were doing.
Speaking to ESPN’s Sportsnation podcast, he said: "My entrance I was filming for the pay-per-view last month [at AEW Revolution] with Sting, we were filming that entrance, and we got pulled over three times by the cops.
"Yeah, They just saw me skating down the street. It was like three in the morning, and I was in my face paint, speeding in a truck, and they were like, ‘What’s going on here?!’ ‘It’s for professional wrestling, AEW.’"