WWE News

John Cena Acknowledges AEW Wrestler’s Rap On Vince McMahon’s Retirement

John Cena AEW Article Pic 2 WrestleFeed App

• John Cena Acknowledges Max Caster’s Rap On Vince McMahon’s Retirement

On last night’s episode of AEW Dynamite, The Acclaimed (Max Caster & Anthony Bowens) defeated Gunn Club (Austin & Colt Gunn) in a Dumpster Match.

After the match, Caster & Bowens pushed the Dumpster off the stage with Austin & Colt still inside.

Prior to the match, Caster rapped about WWE Hall Of Famer Billy Gunn’s sons and mentioned Vince McMahon’s retirement when he said:

“We make the A$$ Boys retire like Vince McMahon!”

You can listen to his whole rap below:

WWE Legend John Cena acknowledged Caster’s rap by posting a photo of him on Instagram:

Earlier this year, Cena praised Caster during an interview with Forbes.

Below is what the 16-time WWE World Heavyweight Champion said when he was asked if he can beat Max in a rap battle:

“I know of Max Caster very well, and the answer is no. He’s extremely gifted. I remember hearing him for the first time, and asking a good friend of mine to please pass his information on to me.

I immediately checked out his raps, out of the blue, and I saw what he was doing was spectacular. I wish him all the best of luck, but I can’t give him any advice because he’s punching far above my weight class. He is very gifted.

He’s gifted enough to rhyme to the beat live, where I kind of did my stuff a cappella to let the punchlines sink in.

Hip-hop constantly evolves, and it constantly moves forward, and he is the better version of what I did. He’s really, really spectacular.

As long as he keeps everything in [a] realistic perspective, he shows great potential.”

Also Read: Possible Bad News For AEW

WATCH: Stephanie McMahon Gets Her Butt Slapped By John Cena:

• Old School Wrestling Veteran Celebrates His Birthday

Old School Wrestling Veteran Frankie Kazarian (Real name: Frank Gerdelman) celebrates his 45th birthday today.

Since 2000, Frankie Kazarian wrestled for several different wrestling promotions, such as the World Wrestling Federation (occasional TV jobs & dark matches in 2001) / World Wrestling Entertainment, Total Nonstop Action!, World Wrestling All-Stars, Ring of Honor, Pro Wrestling Guerrilla, Ultimate Pro Wrestling, … & many others.

In 2019, he joined Tony Khan’s new promotion All Elite Wrestling.


To Top