Jack Perry’s unexpected appearance at last month’s Battle in the Valley event brought immense joy to AEW fans, sparking excitement for his debut in-ring performance with NJPW on March 6th. Following victorious match against Shota Umino, Perry secured more wins before eventually falling to SANADA. Now that his tour has concluded, Tony Khan has finally addressed Perry’s run in NJPW thus far.

ComicBook Nation’s Liam Crowley recently conducted an interview with Tony Khan, where they covered various topics, including Jack Perry’s run in New Japan Pro-Wrestling. When asked if Perry’s NJPW endeavors would be incorporated into AEW programming, Khan responded that viewers would have to stay tuned.

Khan praised Perry’s performance in NJPW, highlighting his success in the New Japan Cup and establishing himself in the promotion. Khan commended Perry’s work and expressed satisfaction in tracking his progress in NJPW, emphasizing Perry’s excellence in his endeavors there.

I think you gotta stay tuned (to see if what Jack Perry is doing in NJPW will be brought to AEW). Absolutely, Jack’s doing great things in New Japan. The New Japan Cup, he’s had a great run. He’s established himself over there. He feels he’s ‘The Scapegoat’ but he’s doing great things and he’s wrestling for a great promotion and it’s been great tracking Jack’s progress in New Japan and I think he’s done excellent work there.


Interestingly enough, Tony Khan might still blame Jack Perry for losing costing him CM Punk. As for Jack Perry, he vows to dominate NJPW and will continue his feud with Shota Umino, so we will have to wait and see how he will continue to be booked in the coming weeks.

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