Darby Allin has revealed that he and Sting were pulled over by police while filming for their entrance for AEW Revolution.
The pair’s Street Fight against Team Taz was one of the headline matches card for the March spectacular. The cinematic match saw Sting return to action for the first time since 2015.
So naturally, not just any old entrance into battle would do. With that in mind, Sting and Allin arrived for the match in headline grabbing style with Sting driving a pick-up truck with Allin trailing behind on a signature skateboard.
While the entrance grabbed the attention of the audience, Allin revealed that it also caught the attention of the police.
Speaking to ESPN Sportsnation, Allin said that the duo were pulled over three times while filming.
“My entrance that I was filming for [AEW Revolution] with Sting, we were filming the entrance and we got pulled over three times by the cops. They just saw me skating down the street at three in the morning and I was in my face paint, speeding in a truck, and they were like, ‘what’s going on here?’ ‘It’s for wrestling, AEW,'”
After the action-packed entrance, Allin and Sting went on to defeat Brian Cage and Ricky Starks in a chaotic contest.
Meanwhile, on the most recent episode of AEW Dynamite Darby Allin was finally forced to relinquish his TNT Championship. In a stunningly physical main event, Allin demonstrated his unbelieve ability to absorb punishment before Miro finally won the title with the referee stopping the match after Allin refused to submit.
Allin had won the TNT Title from Cody Rhodes back in October. The face paint covered warrior currently stands as the longest reigning TNT Champion in history having held the belt for 186 days.
H/t to Fightful for the transcription.