Five suspects who may have attacked Jay White on AEW Dynamite
As the September 27 Dynamite went off the air, Jay White was seen being attacked backstage by a group of masked men.
Earlier in the night, ‘Switchblade’ had gone face to face with MJF on the microphone but was the New Yorker behind the attack?
Here, DAZN looks at who could've carried out the assault on White.
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It appears to be too obvious given that MJF has moved over to the 'fan favourite' side of the roster in recent months, but did Jay White say something that caused him to touch his dark side once again?
One of the attackers wore a devil mask synonymous with MJF, but if this was meant to be a secret attack with no identities revealed, would the current AEW champion give away so much of clue?
Adam Cole left earlier in the night, and he had The Kingdom and Roderick Strong with him. Did these four men carry out the attack on White? And if so, for what reason?
Does Cole take offence to what White said to his friend? Or is the beginning of Cole moving away from MJF and adapting a darker persona?
Edge has been linked with a jump to AEW in recent weeks. Could the former WWE world champion debut by going after the biggest names in the company?
Who has Edge recruited to help him carry out the work? This one appears to be a longshot, but it would be some way for Edge to announce himself to the AEW roster.
Bullet Club Gold
Could the remaining members of Bullet Club Gold be worried that their leader could be moving on following his exchange with MJF?
There’s no doubt that BCG are stronger with White at the helm, but could his position in the group be about to get challenged by those he believes are his colleagues?
Andrade El Idolo and Los Faccion Ingobernable
Alternatively, White and his BCG buddies have recently started a feud with Andrade, who was all by himself as the Bullet Club numbers overwhelmed him against White on Collision.
Longtime fans will also remember Andrade and Rush starting LFI last year, before Rush took over and recruited Dralistico and Preston Vance. Perhaps a reunion will level the playing field for El Idolo?