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Darby Allin Drops Multiple F-Bombs On Microphone During AEW Full Gear

AEW doesn’t script their talent’s promos, and that can lead to a bad situation when someone pops off with the vulgarity. This was certainly the case at AEW Full Gear when Darby Allin grabbed the microphone.

Ringside News provided full coverage of AEW Full Gear. It was quite a show, and there was no shortage of talking points throughout the event.

AEW Full Gear kicked off with Darby Allin, Sting, and Adam Copeland versus Christian Cage, Luchasaurua, and Nick Wayne. The former Edge also rocked face paint during that match.

The babyface team won that match, and the crowd cheered. Then Darby Allin grabbed the microphone, because he had something to say. Darby Allin told the crowd to cheer louder for Sting, because The Icon had just wrestled his last match in California. He also used the F-Word twice in the process.



Nobody batted an eye at Darby Allin using the F-Bomb twice during his two-sentence promo about Sting. It really caught the California crowd’s attention as they cheered even louder for Sting.

Steve-O was even at ringside to watch his good friend Darby Allin wrestle. We’re not sure how Steve-O felt about those F-Bombs, but it certainly got the crowd to cheer louder for Sting.

What’s your take on Darby Allin’s profanity at AEW Full Gear? Let us know what you think in the comments section!

November 18, 2023 8:45 pm

H Jenkins

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