Unveiling AEW’s Most Significant Hint: Unmasking Devil Jack Perry’s True Identity

Unveiling AEW's Most Significant Hint: Unmasking Devil Jack Perry's True Identity

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Amidst the focal happening on AEW Dynamite, a profound revelation unfolded, shedding light on the enigmatic ‘Devil’ rumored to be clandestinely omnipresent.

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Commencing the Wednesday spectacle was the distinctive azure league clash, where Andrade El Idolo grappled with Brody King.

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Andrade el Idolo triumphed in the initial contest, accumulating 9 points in the blue league.

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Transitioning to Gold League affairs, Rush vanquished Jay Lethal, securing an additional 3 points, while Jay White triumphed over Mark Briscoe, amassing another 3 points.

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The pinnacle encounter of the AEW Dynamite soirée featured Swerve Strickland facing off against Jon Moxley, potentially offering a glimpse into the gold league’s ultimate showdown.

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Jon Moxley emerged victorious, disrupting Swerve’s undefeated streak in this tournament and seizing valuable points.

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Post the main event, the camera lens shifted to the parking lot, revealing four masked individuals alongside “The Devil.”

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An assault unfolded on Hangman Adam Page, seemingly excluding Page, Strickland, and Moxley from the clandestine masked narrative.

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Furthermore, assailants ruthlessly propelled Page onto a car’s windscreen, hinting at a plausible connection to the elusive “Devil,” possibly implicating Jack Perry or his involvement.

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Jack Perry, notorious for propelling HOOK onto a car’s windscreen during AEW All in London in the late 1990s, vociferously exclaimed “real glass crying me the river” to the camera. This incident occurred weeks before CM Punk’s caution against using actual glass, ultimately leading to Punk’s departure from AEW and his return to WWE.

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The upcoming AEW Collision will showcase Eddie Kingston versus Daniel Garcia and Claudio Castagnoli against Andrade el Idolo. Castagnoli recently clashed with Bryan Danielson last Saturday.

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Speaking of Danielson, he is set to face Brody King in the Blue league, adding another layer of anticipation to the unfolding AEW narrative.

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