The tensions between Jack Perry and AEW that have been brewing ever since the real-life backstage fiasco with CM Punk went down at AEW All In came head-to-head with The Scapegoat on tonight’s edition of AEW Dynamite.

Perry resurfaced on AEW television programming last week on their pay-per-view show, AEW Dynasty. He jumped through the barricade under a mask during the AEW Tag Team title ladder match and pushed Dax Harwood from the top of the ladder to assist The Young Bucks in becoming new champions.

Furthermore, he was spotted arriving at the sight of tonight’s Dynamite show with the AEW EVPs, and following a discussion with AEW President Tony Khan in his office, it was announced that Perry and Khan would meet inside the ring later that night.

Jack Perry came down to the ring and immediately declared that he had business to take care of with Tony Khan leading him to join Perry in the ring. While he acknowledged not seeing eye-to-eye with Tony, he always envisioned the best for AEW. Having said that, Perry offered a truce to bury the hatchet with the AEW CEO and asked to reinstate him.


At that moment, Tony Khan shook his hand in agreement only for Jack Perry to knock him down to the mat. Witnessing that, AEW EVPs The Young Bucks alongside Kazuchika Okada rushed to the ring.

While it looked like they came down to stop Perry from inflicting further damage, the trio themselves attacked Tony Khan and laid him out in the middle of the ring with officials rushing down to the ring to come to his aid. The show went off the air with The Bucks, Okada, and Perry making their alliance evident and the entire AEW roster including Tony Khan’s father, Shahid rushing to the ring to check on his son.

What are your thoughts on Jack Perry, The Young Bucks, and Kazuchika Okada launching a heinous assault on Tony Khan on AEW Dynamite? Sound off in the comments!

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