All Elite Wrestling Star Max Caster was set to compete at Beyond Wrestling’s upcoming indie show, but the promotion’s official Twitter account revealed that the AEW Star has been pulled from the show and that he will no longer be competing, but no specific reason was given as to why Max Caster was pulled from the show.
As previously reported, Max Caster revealed his latest rap last Tuesday on Dark as The Acclaimed were making their entrance for a huge 8-Man Tag Team Match, but Caster’s rap was so controversial that the episode of Dark had to be re-uploaded due to the backlash the company received on social media, so it is likely that his controversial rap is the reason the AEW Star was pulled from the indie show.
The AEW Star’s rap included a reference to Simone Biles, who withdrew from the recent competition due to an issue with mental health, a line that referenced the 2006 Duke Lacrosse scandal, where three of Duke University’s men’s Lacrosse team members were declared to be falsely accused of a rape charge in Durham, North Carolina and a reference to Julia Hart.
AEW President and CEO Tony Khan even gave his comments on Caster’s controversial rap and said that it was terrible and it was something that shouldn’t even have aired in the first place and going forward he will be doing the editing part himself for both Dark and Dark: Elevation.
You can check out Beyond Wrestling’s tweet below:
BREAKING: Max Caster will no longer be appearing on tomorrow's event.@WheelerYuta will now face @Rikers0 in a No Disqualification, Non-Title Match!— Beyond Wrestling (@beyondwrestling) August 4, 2021
– @TrishAdora202 Open Challenge pic.twitter.com/q9Wk5JgyVv