AEW star Brian Cage hilariously reacts to WWE legend's stable breaking up on Dynamite 

Brian Cage during an interview!
Brian Cage during an interview!

AEW's Brian Cage has been absent from the promotion for nearly a year. However, the star recently took to Twitter to react to a prominent faction breaking up on Dynamite.

Cage made his AEW debut in 2020 during that year's Double or Nothing pay-per-view. He went on to unsuccessfully challenge for the AEW World Championship after Taz gave him the FTW Title. Ricky Starks later beat him for the gold, and Cage last competed on All Elite Wrestling television in October 2021.

During the most recent episode of Dynamite, Brian Cage's former stable Team Taz broke up after Powerhouse Hobbs attacked Ricky Starks during his promo and HOOK won the FTW Championship. Cage took to Twitter to share an image of the faction at its height while taking a light jab at its downfall.

"Well....... once today, gone tomorrow," Cage wrote.

Cage recently stated that he doesn't believe that Team Taz was given a fair run as a group. He brought attention to their feud against Sting and Darby Allin as evidence of the stable not being taken seriously despite outnumbering the duo.

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Brian Cage believes that an unnamed AEW star brought unnecessary heat on him, resulting in his lengthy absence

The Machine's absence from All Elite Wrestling television has been a hotly debated topic by fans online. Many believe that the star could do better in WWE and have been clamoring for him to jump ship.

During a recent appearance at the K&S WrestleFest, Cage suggested that a tweet his wife made about his booking in AEW resulted in him being held off of from television.

“It’s not really for what she said, it’s about certain people backstage who don’t like me there that pointed that [tweet] out and brought that heat to me intentionally. It wouldn’t have been a big deal but certain individuals there made it a big deal. There’s more to it, but I’m not going to say that. These certain individuals know who they are," said Cage. (H/T: WrestleTalk)

While he's been missing from All Elite Wrestling, Cage has been featured on Ring of Honor programming. Currently, The Machine is a member of The Embassy stable.

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