Tony Khan Says Max Caster Was Never Suspended By AEW

1 year ago by Andy Datson

Tony Khan Says Max Caster Was Never Suspended By AEW

In its nearly three years of existence, AEW has generally managed to steer clear of any major controversies, but that’s not to say there haven’t been a few sticky moments.

One of the more infamous of these moments was the rap Max Caster cut on the August 3 episode of AEW Dark, during which he made a number of ill-advised comments.

At the time there were rumours Caster may be released by the company, but appearing after last night’s AEW Dynamite: Grand Slam show went off the air, AEW President Tony Khan cleared up any confusion.

Khan took on Caster in a rap battle (Khan was aided by actual rapper Lil Uzi Vert) and during his rap said he would suspend Caster for another 30 days. Perhaps realising what he’d said, Khan then added Caster was never actually suspended by the company.

At the time, Fightful Select reported Caster being taken off TV was likely done to avoid negative backlash from fans and the press.

Check out Lil Uzi Vert being introduced to the crowd last night.

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