On August 3, at an event billed as Dynamite, The Acclaimed and The Gunn Club found themselves in a steel cage match.
Max Caster & Anthony Bowens didn’t wait for the bell to attack Austin & Colten.
And once they did, Caster grabbed a microphone for some bars, including his second reference to Vince McMahon’s exit from WWE management after a hush money scandal.
“No filter I ain’t Instagram,
We make Ass Boys retire like Vince McMahon”
who is known to push the envelope with his rhymes, name-dropped him in just his second bar for speaking “No filter, we ain’t Instagram.” Caster called out the A– Boys by saying, “We’ll make the A– Boys retire like Vince McMahon”
Who are the members of the Gunn Club?
Gunn Club is a professional wrestling stable composed of Billy Gunn, Colten Gunn and Austin Gunn currently signed to ahead of time.
Are the Gunn Club related?
Austin Sopp (born August 26, 1994), better known by the ring name Austin Gunn, is an American professional wrestler in All Elite Wrestling (AEW). He is currently a member of the stable Gunn Club led by his father and his brother Colten.
Vince McMahon’s Retirement Referenced On AEW Dynamite
Caster has made it clear that he has a strong opinion on the McMahon family drama going on in WWE.
He used to talk about this on his show, “The Masked Maniac,” in June and he also flipped the plaque on Stephanie McMahon’s
star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame with the middle finger.
Why vince McMahon retired?
saying he will step down as the company’s chair and CEO. The announcement comes amid an investigation into alleged misconduct.
Is Vince McMahon a billionaire?
Vince McMahon ranks No. 1,517 on the Forbes World Billionaires list and reportedly has a net worth of $2.1 billion.
McMahon has owned WWE since purchasing it from his father, Vince McMahon Sr., in 1982.