AEW Reportedly Suspends Max Caster for His Questionable Comments Last Week on AEW Dark

Published 08/11/2021, 7:30 AM EDT


AEW scraped the controversial Rap of Max Caster that happened during the 100th episode of AEW dark. The company deleted the original video re-uploaded the show without Caster’s rap recently. Fans speculated that Caster would face severe actions from AEW when the company decided to re-upload the show without his entrance.

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The rap which got featured in the live airing of the show faced instant backlash on social media. Now reports are coming out suggesting that AEW has indeed taken stringent measurements against the actions of Caster.

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Reports suggest AEW suspended Max Caster

The incident happened during the 100th episode of AEW Dark when The Acclaimed (Caster, Anthony Bowens) team with Matt Hardy and The Blade for an eight-man win over The Varsity Blondes (Brian Pillman, Griff Garrison), Matt Sydal, and Mike Sydal.

During his entrance, Caster rapped about former Olympic Gold Medalist Simone Biles. Biles became the talk of the town during this year’s Olympics as she retracted from competing stating mental health issues. Caster also mentioned sensitive issues such as the 2006 Duke Lacrosse scandal.

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Ringside News recently updated about Caster’s issue, and the report stated that AEW had suspended Max Caster for two months. The report further noted that Caster will not be paid during the suspension and will undergo sensitivity training.

The Acclaimed gets pulled off from the latest episode of AEW Dark

AEW recently posted a tweet that promoted the match between The Acclaimed (Caster, Anthony Bowens) vs. Hunter Knott and Rosaria Grillo. But the company has deleted the tweet and reposted it without the mention of The Acclaimed. This scenario gave firm proof to the fallout between AEW and Max Caster after his controversial rap at the 100th episode of AEW Dark. 

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The president of AEW, Tony Khan, spoke about the controversial incident. The boss stated that the rap shouldn’t have been aired in the first place as he blamed the editors for not catching it. Speaking to Busted Open Radio, Khan added that Caster’s rap was terrible and promised the fans that he would be involved in the show’s editing process moving forward.

Caster’s Rap has created waves on several social media platforms. Therefore, the AEW Superstar has been staying low on social media since the episode aired.

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Shijas Muhammed

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Shijas Muhammed is a WWE and Tennis Author at EssentiallySports. Making his way into the final stage of his bachelor's degree, Shijas has been a lifelong WWE fan. He was captivated by the Attitude Era of WWE because of its star-studded locker room.

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