On the climactic note of the September 27th episode of AEW Dynamite, Switchblade Jay White was shockingly ambushed by a group of masked assailants backstage. This unexpected assault, which unfolded as the show concluded, left fans in a state of suspense and intrigue. The question on everyone’s mind is: who could be behind this orchestrated attack on Jay White?
Earlier in the evening, Jay White had engaged in a heated confrontation with Maxwell Jacob Friedman (MJF) on the microphone, setting the stage for a potential feud. However, the identity of the perpetrators remains shrouded in mystery. Let’s explore the leading suspects and their potential motivations.
While it may seem too obvious to point the finger at MJF, who has been drifting towards the “fan favorite” side of the roster recently, some speculate that Jay White may have triggered something dark within MJF with his words. A key piece of evidence is that one of the attackers was spotted wearing a devil mask commonly associated with MJF. However, the question remains whether the current AEW champion would provide such a conspicuous clue if he were indeed the mastermind.
Another theory centers around Adam Cole and his associates, The Kingdom and Roderick Strong, who departed the scene earlier in the night. Did this group of four men carry out the assault on Jay White, and what could be their motive? It’s possible that Cole took offense at something White said to his friend, MJF, or this may signify a shift in Cole’s character towards a darker persona.
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In recent weeks, Edge’s name has been linked with a potential move to AEW. Could the former WWE world champion make a grand debut by targeting some of the company’s biggest names? If Edge were involved, who might he have recruited to assist in this surprise attack? While this scenario may seem like a longshot, it would undoubtedly make for a sensational introduction to the AEW roster.
Bullet Club Gold
The remaining members of Bullet Club Gold could be concerned that their leader, Jay White, might be contemplating a departure after his exchange with MJF. While White is an integral part of the group’s strength, the question arises: are his fellow members considering challenging his position within the faction?
Andrade El Idolo and Los Faccion Ingobernable
An alternative theory is that Jay White and his Bullet Club Gold associates have recently entered into a feud with Andrade. The solo stand taken by Andrade against the numbers of Bullet Club during the confrontation with White has raised questions about the potential for a reunion between Andrade and his old allies. Longtime fans will remember Andrade and Rush starting Los Faccion Ingobernable (LFI) last year before Rush took the reins and expanded the faction. Could a reunion with Andrade’s old allies be the key to leveling the playing field against Bullet Club Gold?
As the identity of the masked attackers and their motives remain shrouded in secrecy, fans and wrestling enthusiasts eagerly await the next chapter in this unfolding saga, filled with suspense and intrigue.