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AEW’s Matt Menard Humorously Reveals What “Makes His Nipples Hard”

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Matt Menard viscerally revealed on the latest episode of AEW Dynamite what gets him overly excited.

On the latest episode of AEW Dynamite, the Jericho Appreciation Society addressed the AEW Galaxy in a so-called victory speech. 2.0 member “Daddy Magic” Matt Menard took to the microphone and had a humorously visceral description of how excited he is to be in the Jericho Appreciation Society.

“You wanna know what really turns me on? You wanna know what makes Daddy Magic’s nipples hard? The fact that I get to stand here and be a part of the greatest faction in the world: the Jericho Appreciation Society.”

Chris Jericho then took to the microphone and spoke about being born near Long Island, but moving away pretty quickly, calling the place a “dump.” When the crowed booed, he said he would throw a fireball in their faces because he’s a wizard, referencing a nickname he gave himself after throwing a fireball at Eddie Kingston. He then implored Kingston to stay home, saying:

“Jericho 2:16 says I just burned your face.”

Daniel Garcia was up next, saying that every time a pro wrestler gets into the ring with a sports entertainer, the sports entertainer wins every time. As the group congratulated themselves, however, they were interrupted by Jon Moxley, who is friends with Eddie Kingston. When Jericho protested, they were also joined by Moxley’s fellow Blackpool Combat Club members Wheeler Yuta, Bryan Danielson, and William Regal.

Jericho maintained that there were still only four of them and five members of the Jericho Appreciation Society, which led to Eddie Kingston joining the fray, showing off the burn mark to his face as he was flanked by Santana and Ortiz.

The two factions brawled briefly, and the melee ended when William Regal punched Chris Jericho in the face outside the ring. The Blackpool Combat Club, Eddie Kingston, and Santana & Ortiz stood tall inside the ring as the Jericho Appreciation Society backed off, looking enraged.

Elsewhere on AEW Dynamite, Danhausen made his AEW in-ring debut and was defeated by Tony Nese in quick order. However, when Nese continued to inflict punishment, Team Taz member Hook came out to make the save, and HOOK-Hausen was born when the two shook hands in the middle of the ring.