Jack Perry’s unexpected appearance in NJPW last month ignited excitement among AEW enthusiasts and heightened anticipation for his upcoming wrestling debut with NJPW on March 6th. Following the conclusion of his tour, Perry has made a surprising statement, revealing the significance of tearing his AEW contract.

Jack Perry made an unexpected debut at NJPW’s Battle in the Valley on January 13th, stunning fans as he entered the ring and attacked Shota Umino in a surprising turn of events.

Following the confrontation, Perry shifted his focus to his AEW contract, tearing it up on camera. This marked Perry’s first pro wrestling appearance since his suspension for his involvement in the 2023 AEW All In brawl.

While speaking to NJPW in a recent interview, Jack Perry talked about tearing his AEW contract and the significance behind it. Perry noted that it was a declaration that he doesn’t play by AEW’s rules anymore.


Ripping that contract was a declaration ‘I’m not playing by your rules anymore’. If (AEW) are too afraid to have me anymore, if the spectre of Jack Perry is too much, they don’t want to deal with the conversations, the ramifications that brings, then that’s fine.

Jack Perry was also denied his AEW release. In fact, CM Punk’s WWE return also scrapped plans for Jack Perry. Only time will tell whether Jack Perry will ever make his way back to AEW.

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