Darby Allin lives his life the way he wants, doctor's orders be damned.
Allin may not be cleared to go back and wrestle on AEW programming, but that won't stop him from not just jumping off a balcony into a pool, but also meeting up with skating legend Tony Hawk.
Of course, Hawk has been in the news as of late because it was recently announced that there will be a remake of the hit video games Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 1 and Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 2 releasing on a number of consoles later this year.
Not medically cleared to wrestle.— DARBY ALLIN (@DarbyAllin) June 9, 2020
----Don’t need a doctors note to skate with Tony Hawk. pic.twitter.com/CcJONd0YvW
Not medically cleared to wrestle yet.— DARBY ALLIN (@DarbyAllin) June 8, 2020
---- Don’t need a doctors note to jump off a balcony. pic.twitter.com/gqNLIJu7TS
This meetup of legendary skaters isn't unexpected given that Hawk first noticed of Allin and his skating antics on AEW last year.
Tony Hawk posted the video of the Darby Allin skateboard spot on his IG. Pretty cool. pic.twitter.com/akjVQbsmGC— Fightful Wrestling (@FightfulWrestle) September 6, 2019
This isn't the first time an action sports legend was lucky enough to hang out with Allin as Travis Pastrana met up with him just a few months ago.
Biggest coffin drop of all time!— DARBY ALLIN (@DarbyAllin) March 2, 2020
With Travis Pastrana. pic.twitter.com/diSzL7Wr5w
Allin last wrestled on the AEW Double Or Nothing pay-per-view that took place in May, taking part in the Casino Ladder Match. One of the biggest highlights of the match involved Allin dropping from the top of a ladder on his skateboard and crashing to the ground, which now could only be interpreted as Allin making his case to be a secret character in the upcoming THPS 1+2 game by mimicking the big drop effect from Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 2.