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What Happened After AEW Dynamite?, Darby Allin Addresses Hometown Crowd



During the main event of last night’s episode of AEW Dynamite, Darby Allin defeated Samoa Joe to capture the TNT Championship for a second time. Following the match, the new TNT Champion celebrated with his mentor Sting.

After the show went off the air, Darby Allin addressed his hometown crowd of Seattle, Washington. He also introduced 17 year old wrestler Nick Wayne, teasing a future match between the two. He said,

“Seattle, does this microphone work? Beautiful. I’m not gonna be out here long, but there are some things I wanna say. I remember coming to this arena back when the Sonics played. I used to catch the 150 Metro from Penn Station down here. Had a lot of fun times on that Metro bus. Almost went to jail a few times, too. But it’s crazy because I never thought I’d be here. When I told people I’d graduate high school at 115 pounds, well, sh*t, I’m 120 now. It’s crazy because I really never believed in myself. I’m telling everyone here, whether you have kids or yourself, if someone has a f**king dream, you live it. Don’t listen to anybody. Nobody. You listen to yourself. It will get you further than you’ve ever known. But I’d like to introduce some people. Hey, Nick? Jump the guard rail.

“I don’t know if you guys know Nick Wayne, but he’s 17 years old, and earlier his year, I gave him a contract at DEFY Wrestling. I’ve known this kid since I was nine years old. His father trained me, and Buddy Wayne’s not here no more, but Nick, f**king god damn it, I know he’d be proud. So thank you for everything, and maybe one day, my friend, it’ll be you and me for this [title]. But until then, you gotta graduate high school. Thank you, Seattle.”

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