It seems Jay Deadly is on the verge of ending his on-screen alliance with Sonjay Dutt and Satnam Singh.
In the course of the closing phases of his match towards Darby Allin on this week’s “AEW Dynamite,” Deadly waived off exterior help from Dutt and Singh, asking them to return to the again. Shortly thereafter, Allin hit the Final Supper on Deadly for the pinfall win. After the match, Deadly hesitated to shake fingers with Allin however finally agreed, signaling a possible babyface turn. The post-match occasions did not sit nicely with Dutt, who might be seen yelling at Deadly as they walked up the ramp.
Deadly aligned himself with Dutt and Singh again in April, within the lead-up to his match towards Samoa Joe on the Dying Earlier than Dishonor pay-per-view. The trio additionally briefly feuded with Finest Associates & Orange Cassidy, shedding a match to the babyfaces at the “Rampage: Battle For The Fallen” episode on July 27.
Deadly has wrestled solely eight matches on “Dynamite” since signing with AEW in November 2021, a proven fact that has upset his former boss Cary Silkin. In a current interview, Silkin said that he’s “really disappointed” in the way in which AEW has “underused” the abilities of Deadly.