A current AEW star has called out The Gunn Club for using them to get TV time.
The July 6th episode of AEW Dynamite saw the implosion of the popular alliance between The Acclaimed and The Gunn Club, also affectionately known as The Ass Boys.
In recent months to the two teams had formed an unlikely friendship under the guidance of Billy Gunn, resulting in more scissoring than anyone ever expected to see in a wrestling ring. However, over the last couple of weeks tensions increased significantly, placing the future of The Acclaimed and The Ass Boys in jeopardy.
Heading into their match with Ruffin’ It, The Gunn Club snatched the microphone from Max Caster, preventing him from performing his signature entrance. This set up a tense match, where Austin Gunn tagged himself in to grab the win, despite Caster hitting the Mic Drop and preparing to score the pin.
After the match, The Gunn Club attacked Caster and Anthony Bowens, with Billy Gunn joining in the beatdown.
Speaking in a new interview with Soundsphere, Caster took aim at his former partners.
“The track is DONE. The song is called ‘Trash Day’ because we are gonna take out the trash when we get our hands on The Ass Boys there. I am not psyched with how that all turned out. They got a big head and used us for the TV time that we earned ourselves. Together, The Acclaimed and The Gunn’s were arguably the hottest thing in AEW, we were pushing ourselves to the top. They got selfish. We got them over. When we are done, I am pretty sure they are not gonna be on TV anymore,”
The upcoming episode of AEW Dynamite, which is also night one of Fyter Fest will see The Young Bucks defend the AEW World Tag Team Titles, while Wardlow puts his newly won TNT Championship on the line against Orange Cassidy.