She-Hulk: Attorney at Law’s second episode continued with Jen Walters’s newfound employment as She-Hulk as she was recruited by a big solicitor to serve as the chief of a superhuman department. However, Jessica was handed a lawsuit associating a client she was hesitant to take on: Emil Blonsky, aka Abomination, who had been witnessed breaking out of jail to compete in a secret underground fight club.
Wong may have been the one who freed Abomination from jail, and his motivations for doing so are still unknown. The only person who could break into Blonsky’s jail would have to be a sorcerer who could create dimensional gateways. As shown in the last moments of episode 2, She-Hulk: Attorney at Law seems to take place in the same timeline as Shang-Chi, which would explain why Abomination is there throughout Wong’s battle with him.
But Why? let’s find out!
At the very conclusion of the second episode of She-Hulk: Attorney at Law, the journalist said that the supervillain had been discovered at a subterranean fight club, facing off against a man who appeared to be Wong the existing Sorcerer Supreme. The news source also stated that Blonsky escaped from jail under unexplained circumstances. Is it safe to assume therefore that Wong was the one who really freed him?
The duo was clearly pals throughout the actions of Shang-Chi, and they may have been plotting together all this time while they were kicking and punching one another. Blonsky was hoping to begin a new life after his time in jail, therefore it was plausible that they accomplished this so they could divide the reward cash. Emil Blonsky did reveal to Jen Walters in the scenario that he had found seven soul mates via the jail pen buddy program. He added that his lifelong sweethearts had already bought him a house for when he was released from jail.
Wong may have been one of these “soulmates” he found. However, Wong needs financial stability to provide Blonsky with the upbringing he merited. Therefore, he may have used Abomination to assist him to earn riches in the clandestine fight club that resembled the Golden Daggers Club.
And because Emil Blonsky was incarcerated in a maximum-security facility, only Wong, with his portal-creating ring, could have aided him to get out of his cage sans resorting to force or devastation. It’s likely that he utilized his portal ring to teleport Blonsky from behind bars so that the two of them could partake in the secret fight club.
Exactly where Wong is transporting the super-serum-infused supervillain following their Shang-Chi battle is never revealed, and the place shown in the short scene is somewhat unremarkable. Nevertheless, given the evidence at hand and what is established about Abomination’s storyline and potential existence in the MCU, Raft seems to be the most plausible choice.
It seems reasonable to put Abomination in the maximum security jail since it was built specifically for inmates with talents as well as other extraordinary skills. Following his original detention, Blonsky was sent to a SHIELD site in Alaska, wherein he was put in a cryo-cell. However, with SHIELD being completely supplanted in Phase 4, it is more appropriate that Blonsky be relocated somewhere, and like it or not Raft seems to be the safest alternative.
Following the events of The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, the facility becomes the forever residence of Baron Zemo, who also temporarily called it home during the events of Captain America: The Winter Soldier. Abomination’s presence in the Prison might serve as the ideal backdrop for him to infiltrate the MCU’s Thunderbolts squad, which Zemo is anticipated to commence assembling soon.
Placing the monstrosity in the highly-secure facility provides for simple linkages to other players, like the possibility of his links to General Thaddeus Ross and Zemo, because he was responsible for putting members of Team Captain there. This bodes well for his future appearances in She-Hulk and beyond.
But it’s not quite obvious that Wong is transporting the Monstrosity to the Raft. He appears to have drastically overhauled his habits and is on amicable terms with Abomination, but it might be difficult to just let him out of jail so that he may participate in secret fighting competitions like those held in Shang-Chi.