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Wrestling star suffers gruesome injuries in horror bus crash weeks after breaking foot-Alistair McGeorge-Entertainment – Metro

The wrestler is having the worst luck.

Wrestling star suffers gruesome injuries in horror bus crash weeks after breaking foot-Alistair McGeorge-Entertainment – Metro

Darby Allin has revealed his latest brutal injuries (Picture: AEW)

All Elite Wrestling star Darby Allin has been hit by a bus in New York City just weeks after breaking his foot in the ring.

The 31-year-old daredevil, who was set to climb Mount Everest with just six months training before getting injured on AEW Dynamite, has revealed a gruesome and bloody photo of himself after his accident.

He revealed he was simply ‘crossing the street’ when the crash occurred, but he was still able to make it to a Broadway show that evening.

Darby shared a grim selfie with blood on his face and a bandage taped to his nose, as well as another snap of him with his pal in the theatre ready to watch the performance.

‘That awkward moment when your crossing the street in New York with a broken foot and get hit by a bus,’ he wrote on Instagram.

‘Least I can have a good time with @raymond_pettibon_ and catch a broadway show lol (sic)’

The AEW star suffered a bloody injury in the crash (Picture: Instagram)

He still made it to the theatre (Picture: Instagram)

Fans were shocked by his latest incident, with follower @isiahx1865 commenting: ‘Even when you’re not wrestling you take crazy bumps😭’

‘Can you just like, stay home a little while bro you don’t have to do everything all at once now,’ replied @misterquasar, while Instagram user @nxthof asked: ‘How are you still alive bro?💀’

Darby was due to start climbing Mount Everest late March after a relatively little amount of training, with fans fearing for his life once he embarked on the remarkable challenge given his history with taking risks in and out of the ring.

However, he tweeted just two weeks before he was due to set off: ‘Unfortunately the foots really broke from Wednesdays match. Everest will have to be next year. (sic)’

He’s known for his daredevil antics in and out of the ring (Picture: AEW/Lee South)

He suffered the injury when he flipped off the top rope to the floor at ringside, landing awkwardly and snapping the bone during his match with Switchblade Jay White.

Despite visibly limping, the former champion still wrestled and finished the match as planned, which meant performing for another 10 minutes and continuing to fly around the ring.

He was going to climb Mount Everest with just six months training from scratch, while experts often recommend over a year for mountaineering beginners, and he was well aware of the possibility he may not come back alive.

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‘They told me, to train with zero mountain experience, in six months, to climb Everest is unheard of – let alone what I’m doing myself out there [in the ring],’ he exclusively told before the injury.

He added: ‘The first thing that the trainer told me when I met up with him for Everest was, “Are you afraid to die?” I’m like, “No.”

‘He’s like, “That’s the only mindset you have to have. Because if you’re worried about X, Y, and Z, get out right now.” And I’m just like, “Whatever happens, happens, you know?”‘

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