Darby Allin: I Received A Doctor's Note To Climb Mount Everest, I Leave On March 27

Darby Allin is leaving for Mount Everest later in March.

At AEW Revolution, Sting and Darby Allin retained the AEW World Tag Team Championship against the Young Bucks (Matthew and Nicholas Jackson). Allin took multiple eye-opening bumps during the bout; among others, he went crashing through a pane of glass after he dove off a latter. Allin finished the bout, but his back was bleeding badly.

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During the AEW Revolution post-show media scrum, Darby Allin noted that he came out just to show everyone that he was okay.

“I wanted to come here to let people know I was still alive. I was in the middle of getting stitched up, but I wanted to show everybody that the doctors are on top of it, I’m still breathing. I feel fine, and as long as Flair, Steamboat, Sting, the Bucks, everybody else feels fine, then we’re beautiful," Allin said.

Allin subsequently noted that he received a doctor's note that would allow him to climb Mount Everest. He stated that he was set to leave on March 27.

“I talked to the doctors. They gave me a doctor’s note to climb Mount Everest. I leave on March 27," Allin said.

Allin previously announced that he was set to climb Mount Everest in April, and he said it would take two months.

Allin is set to face Jay White at AEW Dynamite: Big Business on March 13.

During the scrum, Khan stated that the AEW World Tag Team Championship would be vacated following Sting's retirement. Check out his comments here.

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