Anthony Bowens Thought ‘What The Hell Is Happening?’ During AEW Match
The reception from the crowd fueled both teams, and they delivered their best work. With the tandem offense, high-flying stunts, powerhouse moves, and in-ring storytelling, the four men provided viewers with everything one could ask for from the match.
“Did we know it would get as crazy as it did? No. Honestly, no,” Bowens said. “We got out there, and they started singing, ‘Oh, scissor me, Daddy,’ for the first time. And I think there’s even a point in the match where I’m trying to wrestle Swerve down to the mat, and the both of us, momentarily, our differences dissipated, and we looked up and went, ‘What the hell is happening?’” Unfortunately for The Acclaimed, that special night wouldn’t be the occasion when they won AEW tag team gold.
However, it didn’t take much longer for their dream to become a reality. On September 21 at the Grand Slam edition of “AEW Dynamite” in New York City, Bowens and Caster finally managed to pull out the victory and show everyone why they are the best tag team in AEW. “We are very good, elite professional wrestlers, and we were able to prove that … winning the AEW tag teams titles [is] a moment I’ll never forget,” Bowens said.
In the weeks that followed their milestone victory, Bowens and Caster decisively retained their titles over teams such as The Varsity Athletes (Tony Nese and Josh Woods), FTR (Dax Harwood and Cash Wheeler), and the combination of Jay Lethal and Jeff Jarrett.
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