AEW’s devil isn’t who many believe.
For several weeks The Devil and his masked associates have been causing chaos and making life hell for certain members of the AEW roster. The likes of Jay White, MJF, and most recently Hangman Adam Page have all fallen victim to the mysterious figure.
AEW Dynamite Winter Is Coming went off the air with the group beating down Page in the parking lot. While the former World Champion tried to fight back, he was simply outnumbered. During the attack at the hands of the masked assailants, The Devil appeared and gave a signal to step things up a gear. This saw Page slammed onto a car windshield.
So given his history with “real glass” this means the devil is Jack Perry right? Or maybe not.
According to a new report from Fightful Select, one AEW higher-up reached out immediately after the segment aired, claiming they don’t believe Perry is involved in the angle. The report adds that Page will be off television for a brief period to sell the attack.
In an earlier report, it had been claimed that despite speculation Britt Baker isn’t AEW’s devil.
What Happened Between Jack Perry And CM Punk In AEW?
The issues between CM Punk and Jack Perry began when the former World Champion stopped Perry from using real glass in a segment on Collision. Fast forward to All In, Perry took on HOOK on the Zero Hour pre-show, and at one point Perry through HOOK through a car windshield.
However, Perry then inadvertently changed the course of wrestling history when he looked directly into the camera and said something to the effect of “Real glass? Cry me a river.
This comment sparked a physical altercation between Punk and Perry backstage, and Tony Khan was also dragged into the chaos. CM Punk was later fired, and Perry was suspended.
It’s believed that Perry’s suspension is now over, although he’s yet to return to television.