Darby Allin says Sting is doing great following jumping off ladder on 6/28 AEW Dynamite

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Darby checked on Sting afterwards.

Closing out the June 28th AEW Dynamite was Darby Allin and Sting defeating Sammy Guevara and Chris Jericho in a Tornado tag team match. 

Towards the conclusion of the match, Sting jumped off a ladder onto Sammy Guevara who was stretched out on tables. Sting was bleeding from the mouth afterwards but went on to note that he was doing okay. 

Guest appearing on Busted Open Radio was Darby Allin and he reiterated that Sting is doing great. Darby checked on Sting and asked how he was feeling on all fronts. Allin added that some of the ideas akin to what Sting did on Dynamite are his own. 

He’s (Sting) actually doing great. We talked the day after (he jumped off the ladder on Dynamite) and he said he was feeling great which is awesome because I pulled him aside after that match and said, ‘Yo, just be honest with me, how you feeling? Not just your mouth but your neck, every single thing about your body’ because people forget, he kind of retired in 2014, you know? When he took a buckle bomb, people kind of think that, you know? So for him to be going as hard and trust me when I say this, it’s none of my ideas, it’s all him. He’s just like, ‘All right, there’s a ladder here tonight, I’ll jump off it’ and a lot of people think it’s me being kind of being the bad influence but nah, it’s him. He’s got that hunger, he’s got that want to give the fans something and he’s feeling great and I’m stoked.

Darby is competing in the AEW Blind Eliminator tag tournament. He’ll be tagging with International Champion Orange Cassidy to face Keith Lee and Swerve Strickland. 

If the quote in this article is used, please credit Busted Open Radio with an H/T to POST Wrestling for the transcription.

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