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Max Custer had something to say about Vince McMahon on AEW TV

V belt battle Jeff Jarrett’s last title match featured AEW. Jarrett teamed with Jay Lethal to challenge the acclaimed AEW World Tag Team Champions (Max Custer and Anthony Bowens). This was a rematch from just two nights ago dynamite When there was a controversial Dusty Paint.

Much of the heat of this feud stems from Max Custer bringing up Karen Jarrett in a recent rap. Caster was around again tonight during his rap entrance, comparing Jarrett to the terrible human Vince McMahon. This was in the nick of time of course, since McMahon officially made his return to WWE early in the morning.

“How does Jeff Jarrett get backed up in the mix? If I win it’s the new January 6th.”

“You’re a disgrace to that businessman, I mean Jeff Jarrett is worse than Vince McMahon.”

It was fun and games in the beginning. This was a No Holds Barred match, and these teams pulled off all the chaos and overbooking that can come with this type of gimmick.

It started when Jay Lethal blocked Jarrett’s shot by dropping a flying elbow on the referee.

Daddy Ass and Satnam Singh both participated in that stage. Dad stole Jeff’s guitar, which led to where Ass blasted Singh in the head. Singh got angry and choked everyone, including the reserve referee:

Sonjay Dutt took off the referee’s shirt and put it on himself. He tried to count all three for his team, but Aubrey Edwards came in as the third referee and put an end to the nonsense. Just like Wednesday night, Aubrey’s post gave The Acclaimed the opening they needed to retain their titles:

This match was a very interesting time.

With Jarrett and Lethal losing two title matches this week, it looks like it will be a long time before Jarrett wins gold in AEW.

What do you think of this No Holds Barred match, Cagesiders?

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