WWE legend The Rock undoubtedly has been one of the greatest talkers. He recently flaunted his mic skills in front of the camera. However, it was not a promo but a rap on the new Tech N9ne track “Face Off” that also features King Iso and Joey Cool. The rap was lavished with huge praise from the fans of ‘The Great One’. However, AEW star Max Caster of ‘The Acclaimed’ called out The Rock with a freestyle rap of his own.
Max Caster fires at The Rock with a rap
Max Caster of The Acclaimed had found himself in trouble back in August when he stirred a lot of controversies. He had rapped about Simone Biles’ mental health and the Duke lacrosse team on AEW Dark. AEW President Tony Khan himself was very upset at the controversial rap and stated that he himself will now be in charge of the editing for Dark and Dark: Elevation from now on.
Max Caster recently took a note of The Rock’s rap debut and he decided to roast the former WWE Champion with a rap verse. While speaking to TMZ Sports, Caster did a freestyle rap where he also mentioned The Rock.
Here is the rap verse:
“When I’m on AEW the crowd goes *bleeped*
Gotta keep it clean like a bucket and mop
The PR team is worried to watch
Yo what up to the Rock
Yeah I heard your rap song
Why you all up in my lane when Dwayne’s *Bleeped* is that long
Flow’s weak but the last’s strong
When the track’s on, you just can’t act on
Yo, come to Dynamite, we can get this match on
Yo, knock you out like Deontay
Say my name like Beyonce
Platinum Max on TMZ
Y’all don’t know what he gonna say.”
AEW Rampage ratings shockingly dipped
This week’s AEW Rampage saw the worst ratings in its nine-week history as the Friday night show was watched by just 502,000 viewers on average. The Acclaimed(Max Caster and Anthony Bowens) failed to dethrone the Lucha Brothers as they retained their AEW World Tag Team Championship on last week’s edition of AEW Rampage. CM Punk won via submission against Dani Garcia, while Jade Cargill quickly defeated Skye Blue and Ricky Starks won against Brian Cage in a Philly Street Fight.
- The Rock made his rap debut
- Max Caster roasted The Rock with a freestyle rap