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Darby Allin’s AEW Double or Nothing Participation in Jeopardy

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Darby Allin’s recent return to AEW Dynamite has been marred by uncertainty as injuries may prevent him from competing in the upcoming AEW Double or Nothing event.

Despite making a surprise comeback on May 15th, Allin’s health remains a concern, leaving his participation in the highly anticipated Anarchy in the Arena match in doubt.

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Darby Allin’s Unexpected Return and Injury Concerns

Darby Allin’s return to AEW Dynamite was a shock to fans and competitors alike. After being absent due to a broken foot sustained in March, Allin’s appearance under the ring during the May 15th episode was a thrilling moment.

However, his post-show promo revealed troubling news. Allin mentioned he had been hit by a support beam during a superplex from Dax Harwood, potentially causing a concussion.

This injury, combined with his earlier foot injury, raises significant doubts about his ability to compete at Double or Nothing on May 26th.

The Impact of Allin’s Injuries

The timing of Allin’s injuries couldn’t be worse. Initially sidelined by a broken foot, Allin also suffered another setback when he was hit by a bus during his recovery period.

His foot injury alone was severe enough to delay his planned Mount Everest expedition until next year. The latest incident on AEW Dynamite only compounds these issues, potentially sidelining him further.

In his promo, Allin admitted to feeling disoriented and acknowledged he wasn’t at 100%, fueling concerns about his readiness for the upcoming event.

Expert Opinions on Allin’s Condition

Wrestling experts Bryan Alvarez and Dave Meltzer have expressed their concerns regarding Allin’s participation in the Anarchy in the Arena match.

Meltzer emphasized that if Allin is still limping or if he indeed has a concussion, he should not be part of the match. The risk of further injury is too significant, and ensuring Allin’s health must be the priority.

What This Means for AEW Double or Nothing

Darby Allin’s potential absence from AEW Double or Nothing would be a significant blow to the event. As a former TNT Champion and a fan favourite, his participation in the chaotic Anarchy in the Arena match was highly anticipated.

However, his health and safety are paramount. AEW and its fans must wait and see if Allin can recover in time or if another replacement will be needed for this major event.

Stay tuned for more updates on Darby Allin’s condition and AEW Double or Nothing as the situation develops.

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