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Darby Allin RIPS Into Miro Ahead of TNT Championship Match

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AEW star and former WWE Superstar Miro will be challenging Darby Allin for the TNT Championship on this week’s episode of AEW Dynamite.

Last week’s episode of AEW Dynamite was the special Blood & Guts themed episode. Even with the massive main event, there were still some pretty sizeable moments on the rest of the pre-taped card. As per usual, Darby Allin took a crazy bump on the show.

Darby Allin appeared during the promo and attacked both men, before Page and Sky were able to get the upper hand on the TNT Champion. The segment ended with Allin taking a big bump down the concrete steps at Daily’s Place; for someone who is known for his daredevil antics it still looked pretty gnarly.

With Allin now injured, it appears as though Miro is in prime position to take the TNT Championship from the diminutive Champion. Despite this, Allin wrote on Twitter that he will be ready on Wednesday for his match. ‘Long story short my shoulder is f’”-d’ Allin wrote. ‘But If I got till Wednesday to get my s’“t together I’ll do just that.’

Darby Allin on Miro

Miro responded to this, saying ‘denial will get you hurt bad. Ask emo face-paint Daddy Sting if you can win. If he wants to protect you he’ll tell you it’s over too.’

Darby Allin has now taken to social media himself to rip Miro a new one. “You say Darby’s this & Darby’s that I know exactly who I am” the TNT Champion began.

“Do you know who you are Miro? You show up the hottest free agent just to talk about video games and be some best man. You’ve gotta be the most underwhelming thing I’ve seen” Darby concluded. “You ain’t taking s–t away from me.’

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