Vince McMahon may have retired from WWE, but that doesn’t stop his name being on the lips of most of the wrestling world and was most recently referenced on AEW Dynamite.
Max Caster is well known for dropping his lyrics during The Acclaimed’s entrance, often using typical and controversial lines to get a reaction from the crowd. This time, he went a step further.
On the 3rd August 2022 edition of AEW Dynamite, the first Dumpster Match in the company’s history took place between The Gunn Club and The Acclaimed.
There wasn’t even a chance for the match to start before things became chaotic, as Max Caster and Anthony Bowens attacked Austin and Colten Gunn whilst they were making their entrance, nailing them with trash cans before then going back to do their own entance.
It was at this point Caster not only referenced President Biden’s COVID diagnosis, but also likened The Gunn Club to former WWE Chairman Vince McMahon.
No filter, we aint Instagram, we’ll make the Ass Boys retire like Vince McMahon.
As you’d expect with a match of this type there were plenty of weapons used, including tables being broken at the top of the entranceway. After The Acclaimed picked up the victory, they then tipped the dumpster with The Gunn Club inside off the entranceway.
— All Elite Wrestling (@AEW) August 4, 2022
Vince McMahon officially retired from all his roles in WWE on 22nd July 2022, with Triple H very quickly stepping in to the roles of Head Of Creative and Head Of Talent Relations.