All You Need To Know About “Darby Allin”
Darby Allin (Darby Graves) is an American professional wrestler currently signed to All Elite Wrestling (AEW). Darby Allin is famous for his different moves and different look or style. He is a very young wrestler with an age of only 22 years. Allin is best known for his appearances in World Wrestling Network promotion, wrestling in a high profile position in Evolve. He already wrestled with Mustafa Ali, velveteen dream, Kassius Ohno in Evolve. Before becoming a professional wrestler, Allin was a professional skateboarder. For some time Allin was homeless. His nicknames are “The Invisible Man” and “Daredevil”.
Current Status: Now after leaving WWN (World Wrestling Network ), on 12 April 2019, it was revealed that Allin would be the main roster of the newly launched promotion All Elite Wrestling (AEW). He wrestled against Cody Rhodes at AEW Fyter Fest, leading to the first draw in the All Elite Wrestling promotion. Cody vs. Darby Allin was a match that many fans were looking forward to seeing once the contest was announced by AEW and it lived up to the hype on Saturday night. As seen in the match, Rhodes went to a draw with Allin. This was billed as one of the top matches on Fyter Fest and the highest-profile match in Allin’s career. It was a hard-hitting contest that saw Allin take some nasty bumps including one through the ropes into the ring post and taking a bump from the middle rope to the ring apron. Throughout the match, Rhodes sold a left-hand injury. The match ended after two minutes with a time-limit draw. And after the match “chair shot”.
- Height: 5 ft 8 in (1.73 m).
- Weight: 180 lbs (82 kg).
- Birth Place: Seattle, Washington.
- Debut: February 8, 2015
- Age: 22 years
Achievements: He is a NEW Heavyweight Championship in Northeast Wrestling And, Ranked No. 433 of the top 500 singles wrestlers in the PWI 500 in 2018.
Finisher Moves: Last Supper (Modified Bridging Figure-Four Leglock into a Pin)
Signature moves Coffin Drop (Reverse Facing Diving Senton), Lucha arm drag, Springboard maneuvers.