Jack Perry and AEW President Tony Khan met each other on last night’s episode of AEW Dynamite months after the controversial events backstage at AEW All In last summer. However, the sight culminated in a shocking sequence of events.

During the AEW Dynasty pay-per-view, Perry made his return, disrupting the AEW Tag Team Title ladder match to assist The Young Bucks. Upon his arrival at Dynamite, Perry entered the ring to ostensibly reconcile with AEW President and CEO Tony Khan.

However, Perry’s gesture of peace turned out to be a deceitful ploy as he launched an attack on Tony Khan. The situation escalated further when The Young Bucks and Kazuchika Okada joined Perry in assaulting Khan. The attack concluded with a double team move as Nicholas connected a 450 splash into a piledriver by Matthew on Khan leaving him beaten and battered in the middle of the ring.

However, Nicholas had a price of his own to pay for the attack. As he executed the move, he suffered a wardrobe malfunction tearing the back of his tights in a somewhat embarrassing spot.


Following the aftermath, The Elite broke their silence on the attack on Tony Khan, cementing their new alliance with Jack Perry which is indicating an interesting makeshift in the AEW landscape moving forward.

What are your thoughts on Nicholas Jackson’s wardrobe malfunction spot on AEW Dynamite? Sound off in the comments!

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