As AEW’s momentum continues to sweep through Las Vegas for the highly anticipated Double or Nothing pay-per-view, fans are buzzing with excitement to witness the marquee match that will close out the event.

Darby Allin has revealed that he will have the honor of participating in his first-ever main event for the company, headlining the evening with the AEW World Championship bout.

While speaking with TMZ Sports, Allin expressed his excitement for the opportunity that awaits him on Sunday. As he prepares to enter the ring for his first main event, Allin emphasized his drive to be the face of the company and acknowledged that capturing the AEW World Championship is an integral part of that journey.

“My first ever main event in the whole entire company. That’s something I’ve strived for since day one. To be the face of the company. And to be the face of the company, I really believe you need to be champion.”


Darby acknowledged the hunger and determination shared among the young and hungry talent in AEW, all eager to prove themselves on the grand stage. As the final match of the night, Allin recognizes the responsibility to deliver an electrifying performance and intends to bring the heat, embodying the spirit of competition and leaving an indelible mark on the pay-per-view.

“I’m ready to rock it. This Sunday is going to be special. You got a bunch of young, hungry guys. I guess we all have chips on our shoulders. We got something to prove out there. We’re on last, we have to close the show. Got to bring the heat. I’m ready.”

While the closing match featuring Darby Allin promises to be a highlight of AEW Double or Nothing, the event will kick off with a captivating match on the Buy-In.

AEW announced that Ethan Page will team up with Austin and Colten Gunn to take on Jeff Hardy, Matt Hardy, and HOOK. Fans can catch this bout for free on AEW’s social media platforms, setting the stage for the grand pay-per-view spectacle that awaits.

What are your expectations for Darby Allin’s first-ever main event at AEW Double or Nothing? Do you believe he has what it takes to become the face of the company? Leave a comment below.

Steve Carrier

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