Jack Perry's NJPW In-Ring Debut Set For Windy City Riot In Chicago

NJPW Windy City Riot set to feature Jack Perry’s in-ring debut

Jack Perry is officially set to make his New Japan Pro-Wrestling debut at Windy City Riot after his shocking arrival in January.

NJPW confirmed that the former ‘Jungle Boy’ will be in action on April 12 in the Wintrust Arena, with Perry sure to get an interesting reception from the hometown of CM Punk after the scuffle between the two at All In 2023 ended up a contributing factor to Punk's firing from AEW.

No opponent has been announced for Perry, but Shota Umino will surely be keeping a close eye on Perry, with Perry having attacked ‘Shooter’ at Battle in the Valley on January 13.

Bullet Club War Dog Gabe Kidd will also be keeping a close eye on the controversial former AEW World Tag team Champion, posting the following on Twitter/X when news of Perry’s impending debut broke:

“And someone tell Jack Perry if he wants to get in a scrap backstage, I’ll see him in Chicago. Little rat. Can’t get booked by your own boss so you turn up to our shows. We don’t want you ya little tw*t,” posted Kidd. 

Perry hasn’t wrestled since the All In 2023 kick-off, where he lost the unsanctioned FTW Championship to HOOK.

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