AEW star Max Caster is known for rapping his way to the ring, and he recently stopped by Busted Open Radio to talk about doing so. During the discussion, Caster revealed that he used to get nervous about performing his pre-match routine, but he’s recently grown to love performing them.
While speaking about his raps, Max told the hosts: “I feel like this is my life’s work; beating people up and also trolling people. It’s what I’ve been doing all my life. Getting into fights, trolling people, whether on the internet or in person. It’s so much fun. For [Tony Khan] to see that that’s a guy living his true self. ‘Let’s put that on TV and see what they can do.’”
Max continued talking about dropping bars, saying: “Then, the mantra that I have is to just ‘keep working harder.’ That’s really important to me, the ‘harder’ part. You can keep working hard, but if you work harder, you’re always going to get better. The rap started off and I was a little nervous because we didn’t have music or headphones. Now, it’s a well-oiled machine and we keep working harder and try to push the envelope. It’s the best part of my job.”
Max Caster will compete at AEW Double Or Nothing tonight, as a participant in the Casino Battle Royale.
(H/T and transcribed by 411Mania)