Darby Allin Willing To Put Himself Through Anything For Sting's Retirement Match At AEW Revolution
Darby Allin is determined for Sting's in-ring career to end on a high.
Darby Allin is ready to do whatever it takes to ensure that Sting's final professional wrestling match is a memorable one.
The 64-year-old will step into the ring for the last time at AEW Revolution on March 3. Though the match has yet to be made official, the current AEW World Tag Team Champions look set to defend their titles against The Young Bucks on the show.
Speaking about the impending match during a recent interview with Denise Salcedo, Allin said:
"I'll stop at nothing to make sure that man's career ends on a high note. I'm willing to put myself through anything physically in that match because, to me, the most important part of a career is the end. People are gonna remember this forever and if you like crap the bed in your final match, people are gonna be like, 'Ah, his career was good and everything, but man, he should've left a lot sooner', and I don't want that."
Darby is no stranger to putting his body on the line for the sake of a match. He recently revealed that he almost broke his neck on a risky spot during a match on Dynamite last month (though he didn't end up missing any ring time).
ECW legend Rob Van Dam, meanwhile, has likened Allin's ability to take punishment to Spike Dudley.