Tony Khan has booked a wide variety of different styles of wrestling matches in AEW. He's booked Ironman matches, Best Two out of Three Falls matches, Three-Way Tag Team Title matches, and even the dynamic duo of the Exploding Barbed Wire Death Match and the Barbed Wire Everywhere Match – both of which didn't quite go quite right but were spectacles nonetheless.

But on the forthcoming edition of AEW Rampage, the final night of the 2022 edition of Fyter Fest, TK has booked something he's never put on one of his shows before; he's going to have a good old-fashioned rap battle.

That's… okay then.

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Now, as you surely already know, Max Caster can rap; he comes down to the ring with a mic in his hand and delivers a little ditty he writes himself before handing it off to his Acclaimed brother in arms Anthony Bowens to get the crowd on their side, but did you know that his rap battle baddie, Austin Gunn, is a bit of a rapper himself? It's true, he goes by his ring name and has a few videos that you can watch on Youtube here.

… I'm not sure you can call a video a freestyle when it is clearly pre-recorded and then lip-synced back, but hey, I digress; if Gunn thinks he can go toe-to-toe with the mouth of AEW Dark/Dark: Elevation/Rampage, why not hand him the mic and see what he can do? Worst case scenario, the crowd drowns him out with “Assboys” chants, which, if we're being honest, will probably happen no matter what, so the real winner of this “bout” – if you want to call it that – will be the fans watching along at home.