There have many wrestling stars who have incorporated rapping as part of their gimmicks in the ring. Max Caster, R-Truth, and John Cena are some of the names that come to mind. However, one rapping superstar has claimed that he is better than all of them.

Along with regularly dropping bars on social media, Hit Row’s Top Dolla is known for doing the same while making his way to the ring. When Ringside News asked followers on Twitter who had the better flow between Max Caster and John Cena, Top Dolla stated that he surpassed both of them.

A fan saw Top Dolla’s tweet and was skeptical about his claim. The fan asked Top Dolla to prove it.

“Nah, sorry bro. Prove us wrong then”


Top Dolla jumped back at the fan saying that he proves his rapping skills every week on Smackdown and on social media as well. He then lambasted the fan for not paying attention to the raps he puts out

“I have and do every single week on socials. Pay attention”

The fan implied Top Dolla’s rapping skills are not up to par. He cited the superstar’s failure to get pops on screen.

“I’m a fan, but the crowd hasn’t been that loud, like a pop.”

It was then that Top Dolla said that if getting pops was the measure for good rapping, then Max and Cena are definitely better than him. He stated that his motive for rapping is not to get pops from the wrestling crowd. Rather, his raps are for people who actually appreciate the art of Hip Hop.

“Rapping for pops and rapping are not the same thing. They are BOTH better than me at rapping for wrestling fan pops. I don’t do that. I rap for hip hop heads that’s actually sit back and decipher what I’m saying with metaphors, similes, entendres etc. Hip-Hop shit.”

We’ll have to see what’s next for Top Dolla and Hit Row. They will likely keep bringing a lot of attention to themselves, and Top Dolla wants to make sure that respect comes with that. You may check out the Twitter thread below.

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Talha Asad Iqbal

Talha Asad Iqbal is an mechanical engineer who just loves everything wrestling. From spending his childhood collecting wrestling action figures to spending his adulthood writing about wrestling, he really seems to enjoy wrestling a bit too much. Outside wrestling and his work, he loves spending time in the gym and playing video games.

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