Aaron (Danny Miller) and Cain Dingle’s (Jeff Hordley) fight reached a central pivotal point during Thursday’s (January 25) episode of Emmerdale after a fight was fought out that ended in Cain getting knocked out.
Since Aaron was back in the last year, he has been fighting with his father and almost anyone who’s interacted with him.
We’re not sure what’s going on as to why Aaron hasn’t even managed to crack a smile for the past few months, but we do know that it has to do with having to work through the loss of his sister, as well as being irritated at his family and friends for what that he’s endured.
The last part is the subject Cain has talked about several times in his nephew’s presence. In the aftermath of a past encounter, Cain told Aaron to get older “because life’s unfair, and he wished his nephew a visit again tonight. He was determined to convey his message to Aaron.
Following the time Aaron took his vehicle and was later questioned by authorities, Cain wondered what he achieved through misbehaving. Still, Aaron said to his uncle that the man he was with ‘doesn’t respond to his demands’ and instructed Cain to find his way.
The following evening, in the garage, Cain became angry and started fighting in a fight with Aaron. Punches were thrown, and Cain was very close to attacking Aaron using a sledgehammer. However, the battle ended after Aaron was able to hit Cain in a way that knocked the latter over.
When Aaron returned home to his apartment, Moira (Natalie J Robb) wondered what Cain was without being aware that Cain was awake in the garage following a fall in unconsciousness.