Paul Wight won multiple titles during his stint with WCW and WWE, where he was known as The Big Show. Wight brought a parody character called “Captain Insano” from an Adam Sandler movie he did during the Attitude Era. Tonight, he finally brought the classic character to AEW.

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The Acclaimed appeared during AEW Dynamite tonight to release their music video. Max Caster and Anthony Bowens had the music video played on the giant screen for the fans in attendance.

Paul Wight made a cameo as Captain Insano in the music video, which also featured parodies of Keith Lee and Swerve Strickland. The big man joined the AEW World Tag Team Champions as the roasted Swerve In Our Glory in the rap music video.

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AEW previously filed a trademark for his “Captain Insano” character, which Wight played in the 1998 film Waterboy starring Adam Sandler. The gimmick was supposed to return at Dynamite Grand Slam, but that didn’t happen.

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