Jack Perry Set On Fire At AEW Double Or Nothing

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The Elite have been relentlessly making their mark in AEW since The Young Bucks added Jack Perry and Kazuchika Okada to the mix and it paid off at Double Or Nothing.

Jack Perry made a shock return to AEW at Dynasty to help The Young Bucks win the AEW World Tag Team Championship. Perry had been suspended from the company for his part in the backstage altercation with CM Punk at All In and it seemed despite being welcomed back to the roster by Tony Khan, Perry hadn’t forgotten about his banishment.

Perry attacked Khan which led to the The Young Bucks dropping the boss with a TK Driver. Fellow EVP and former Elite member Kenny Omega made an Anarchy In The Arena match between The Elite and a Team AEW for Double Or Nothing and FTR, Bryan Danielson, and Eddie Kingston answered the company’s call.

However, Eddie Kingston was pulled from the match due to injury and was replaced by Darby Allin. After Allin’s shock return, he was banned from the building for Dynamite by The Young Bucks the next week but Tony Khan himself drove Allin to the arena where he chased off the villainous group with a flamethrower.

Jack Perry Feels The Heat At AEW Double Or Nothing

At Double Or Nothing, Anarchy In The Arena was as wild as ever with Jack Perry and Darby Allin stealing the show with one frightening spot. Backstage, Jack Perry put his hands on Tony Khan again, dragging him out to the entranceway. However, Darby Allin was lying in wait and used his flamethrower to set Perry on fire.

Perry was quickly doused with fire extinguishers by The Young Bucks and ultimately it was Perry who picked up the win for his team after nailing Bryan Danielson with a knee to the side of the head.