AEW Star Banned From Dynamite

AEW Star Banned From Dynamite AEW

An AEW star was barred from the arena in Bakersfield, California during Dynamite, banning him from participating in the show.

One of the scheduled participants in the upcoming Anarchy in the Arena match at AEW Double or Nothing on pay-per-view supposedly wasn’t allowed at Dynamite tonight.

While Darby Allin was announced as the final member of Team AEW with FTR and Bryan Danielson to replace the injured Eddie Kingston, the Young Bucks were displeased with his arrival to end last week’s Dynamite.

Tonight announcing that he was banned from the event and barred from the arena entirely in the interest in promoting a ‘safe workplace’, the Bucks were set on keeping Darby out of the building.

Matthew and Nicholas Jackson went so far as to hand out flyers to security guards with a photo of Darby Allin on it.

Telling the security guards that they needed to go make sure that Allin could not penetrate the building, the troupe went off.

Later in a separate segment where the Young Bucks were handing out flyers, they ran into Swerve Strickland.

While Strickland greeted them with his signature, ‘What up turds?’ he would go on to deny having seen Darby Allin while the Bucks were disingenuously cheerful with the AEW World Champion.

Swerve would go on to have a match against Nick Wayne ahead of his championship defence on Sunday at AEW Double or Nothing against the leader of Wayne’s Patriarchy faction, Christian Cage.

Strickland beat Wayne and would go on to have a parking lot fight with Christian Cage that featured the return of Prince Nana.

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3 weeks ago by Amanda Savage



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