AEW star Max Caster from The Acclaimed recently joined Rasslin Stool on a wide range of pro wrestling topics, including how Caster excelled at dissolving his opponents with a rap before the match started. Highlights of the interview are below.
How to write diss raps about his opponents is his most important character trait:
“I mean, it’s my job. I have to do it. I have nothing else to do. So when we find out we have a game, yeah, sure, I stretch, get dressed, and get ready for the game. But the most important thing is that I have some time for myself and really think about how to distinguish our opponents.
How he likes to use current affairs and politics in his raps:
“I like to be current. I like the news. I love politics, anything we can do to make it happen without getting me and Anthony in trouble. I think the real talent I have is saying those things that are horrible, but making them funny for everyone.
Says the Dark Order is the hardest to write diss raps against:
“It’s The Dark Order because we’ve fought them so many times and I’ve had them from every possible angle. I’m like, ‘Oh, these guys are a dom and a sub. This guy is wearing a wig. It’s Dark Order, but there are no dark people in your group, what’s up with that? So I exhausted the Dark Order so much that every time we faced them in an elevation match or something, me and Anthony looked at each other like, ‘Here we go again . I have to understand something completely new for The Dark Order. “
About Bryan Danielson and Christian:
“So at this point it’s them, but everyone’s fair game. I love being able to rip captions. When I had Christian at Pay-Per-View, it was really popular with me. Bryan Danielson, I said, “Bowen’s arms are bigger than your legs,” and the camera zooms out to show his legs. Beautiful TV moments that we get every week doing this stuff.
(H/T and transcribed by WrestlingNews.Co)