Who is the Big Boss Behind the Wrecking Crew? She-Hulk: Who's the Big Boss Behind the Wrecking Crew?

Who is the Big Boss Behind the Wrecking Crew? She-Hulk: Who's the Big Boss Behind the Wrecking Crew? ...

She-Hulk spoilers are included in this article.

Jen Walters was approached by four individuals who turned out to be the MCU version of the Wrecking Crew in the third episode of She-Hulk. She proceeded to manage them and sent them running. Thunderball was surprised to discover that he was unable to puncture her green skin with a needle and could not steal her gamma blood.

The group ran off and mentioned something about having a boss, revealing some additional truth in their sudden appearance. These guys were sent to bust She-Hulk open for someones big plans. The question is, who is the Shredder, pulling the strings?

Here are a few possibilities.

The Leader

Incredible Hulk ended his life with gamma blood pouring into his open head wound, causing his head to throb and expand. Instead, the closest we came to a follow-up was the comic tie-in Furys Big Week, which saw Black Widow take the lead for SHIELD.

There has already been an emphasis on Bruce's solo film due to his early use of Blonsky in the She-Hulks series. He seemed to be regularly receiving blood samples from the Hulks for experimentation, so he is quite likely to be the villain.

General Ross (Recast)

General Thaddeus Thunderbolt Ross, a prominent Hulk character, is expected to return in the coming years, as a result of the announcement of the Thunderbolts movie. Giving him a dose of gamma blood might restore the character's status quo.

If Marvel continues to use Ross, who unfortunately passed away recently, the MCU has been rather reluctant to recast individuals. Do they let Ross rest in peace and move on, or bring in a new actor for the role? Heck, they might even bring back Sam Elliott from the other Hulk film for the fun of it.

Ross's style isnt exactly Ross's. And yet, with the Sokovia Accords in play, Ross is the kind of jerk who can complicate Jen Walters' life even more.

Valentina Allegra de Fontaine

Valentina is the current MCU's anti-Nick Fury, introduced in Falcon and the Winter Soldier, and again in Black Widow, but thanks to the way she has re-entered the ranks of Yelena Belova and John Walker, she's aiming towards what the Thunderbolts will end up being.

Abomination might be a part of the crew, but she might also be mugging She-Hulk for her blood on Valentina's agenda. She may very well be responsible for the Wrecking Crews' magical weapons, and if that group gets stronger down the line, she may be their benefactor in that as well. The woman is a total mystery and the MCU needs her to emerge as an enigma at least a couple more times before the main event.

The Hood

Parker Robbins is a low-level criminal who ended up in possession of Dormammu's magical cloak, and even wielded the Infinity Gauntlet in the Ironheart comic.

The Hoods main aim as a supervillain was to bring all of the lower-level villains together. He is exactly the kind of guy to be calling the shots for the Wrecking Crew. I don't know what he'd like with She-Hulks blood, but it's certainly valuable enough to get Parkers' attention. She-Hulk: Attorney at Law might be a good way to introduce this future player to the greater Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Xu Xialing

The Wrecking Crew isnt the only clue of a larger evil plan against She-Hulk. Bruce Banners healed arm can be seen to indicate that the events of She-Hulk: Attorney at Law occurred following Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings. That means that the footage of Wong fighting the Abomination was old news, and somebody probably leaked it for certain reasons.

The emphasis may be on Incredible Hulk, but what about Shang-Chis' movie? The same film that ended with his sister Xu Xialing taking over the Ten Rings? Is Shang-Chi really going to wait for her to get a sequel before she actually does that, or is she going to get off her ass and create a conspiracy against a super-powered lawyer who really doesnt have time for this shit?

Sonny Burch

Sonny Burch is a well-known criminal in the Ant-Man and the Wasp world, although he isn't the sort of guy who would slap a few bucks and weapons at the Wrecking Crew and demand that he get some Hulk blood! The fact that he's on the same coast as She-Hulk is a plus!

Mitchell Carson is a well-known Ant-Man villain who we all forgot about. There's a huge dangling plot point where he stole some Pym particles during the third act of Ant-Man, and we never saw any follow-up to that.

Mephisto

I realize it's not Mephisto, but I'm just doing my due diligence. If you keep betting on double zeros in roulette, you will EVENTUALLY land on double zeros! Come on, Satan! He needs a new pair of shoes!