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The moment super villain Jack lets his true colours shine through: Married At First Sight groom admits he’s pleased Tori ‘hasn’t challenged me yet’: ‘I thought she was fierce’

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Monday's episode of Married At First Sight revealed a side of Jack Dunkley that surprised no one.

Monday’s episode of Married At First Sight revealed a side of Jack Dunkley that surprised no one.

The self-proclaimed ‘alpha boyfriend’ openly admitted to producers his relief and joy that his new girlfriend Tori hadn’t called him out yet.

‘I was undecided when I met Tori. I said it from day one: I thought she was a fierce, strong, independent, confident woman,” Dunkley confessed.

‘I thought we could face each other sometimes. But she hasn’t challenged me yet. So far, so good’.

The controversial couple, who tied the knot in the season’s second episode, quickly became the show’s most notable couple.

Monday’s episode of Married At First Sight revealed a side of Jack Dunkley that surprised no one.

The self-proclaimed 'alpha boyfriend' openly admitted to producers his relief and joy that his new girlfriend Tori had yet to call him out.

The self-proclaimed ‘alpha boyfriend’ openly admitted to producers his relief and joy that his new girlfriend Tori had yet to call him out.

Concerns have grown about the potential toxicity of their relationship following Dunkley’s comments about their dynamic.

While Tori has been all praise for her partner and expressing that her new husband is everything she ever wanted, Dunkley’s enthusiasm falls noticeably short.

His aspirations to “play that dominant role for Tori” have sparked significant backlash, with fans and critics condemning his approach to the relationship.

'I was undecided when I met Tori.  I said it from day one: I thought she was a fierce, strong, independent and confident woman.

‘I was undecided when I met Tori. I said it from day one: I thought she was a fierce, strong, independent, confident woman,” Dunkley confessed.

'I thought we could face each other sometimes.  But she hasn't challenged me yet.  So far, so good'

‘I thought we could face each other sometimes. But she hasn’t challenged me yet. So far, so good’

‘She seems sweet. “I think she’ll challenge me a little bit, but I definitely think I’ll fix her up and we’ll have a good time,” Dunkley said on her wedding day.

‘I definitely want to play that dominant role for Tori; It could be some kind of power struggle. But I feel like she’ll be a good girl,” she added.

Viewers took to social media to express their concerns and discontent, with many labeling Dunkley’s mentality as archaic and worrying.

The expectation that Tori will be “fixed” and conform to Dunkley’s idea of ​​a “good girl” has been met with fierce criticism, with accusations of controlling behavior overshadowing the newlyweds’ journey.

Married At First Sight continues Tuesday at 7.30pm on Channel Nine

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