Max Caster Uses WWE's 'Gory Self-Mutilation' Statement In Latest AEW Rap
They failed to defeat Sting and Darby Allin, though
All Elite Wrestling have fired back at WWE's latest criticism of their product.
Vince McMahon's company have previously criticised the violence on display in AEW, calling it "blood and guts", and WWE recently commented on the New Year's Smash Street Fight that pitted Anna Jay and Tay Conti against The Bunny and Penelope Ford.
"If you look at the gory self-mutilation that bloodied several women in the December 31 event on TNT, it quickly becomes clear that these are very different businesses. We had an edgier product in the 'Attitude' era and in a 2022 world, we don't believe that type of dangerous and brutal display is appealing to network partners, sponsors, venues, children, or the general public as a whole," WWE told the Toronto Star.
AEW hit back at WWE's latest criticism on Dynamite, though, with Max Caster using "gory self-mutilation" during his customary rap before The Acclaimed's match with Sting and Darby Allin.
"The Acclaimed beating that ass if you're hating. Fighting with us is gory self-mutilation. Two grown men and they're going through a goth phase, we're black and white and we don't even need face paint!" Caster said.
The rap ultimately backfired on Caster, though, as Sting and Darby Allin would defeat The Acclaimed following a nine-minute match.
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