The Motor City Machine Guns made their presence felt on AEW Rampage in advance of their match teaming with Jay Lethal to take on FTR and Wardlow.
AEW Rampage continued to build toward the upcoming pay-per-view matches on AEW All Out by featuring one of the event’s big trios matches.
In an emotional promo on AEW Rampage, Dax Harwood discussed his mental health struggles in a broad sense but also described why his upcoming AEW All Out match mattered.
Before he was able to continue however, he was unceremoniously interrupted by Motor City Machine Guns, Alex Shelley and Chris Sabin.
Making a biting reference to some of the recent backstage drama, Shelley said that one thing their team has that FTR doesn’t is the respect of the AEW locker room.
When Sonjay Dutt called Dax’s eight year old daughter a “brat” all hell was set to break loose before the segment ended.
It seems the trio will have to settle their differences in the ring when Dax Harwood, Cash Wheeler and Wardlow take on Jay Lethal and the aforementioned Shelley and Sabin.
The AEW All Out pay-per-view is set to occur on Sunday, September 4, 2022 from Chicago, Illinois.
You can find out all the details about the event by clicking here.
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