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cut a promo on someone

cut a promo on someone
 v. phr.Gloss: in professional wrestling, to record a promotional video containing taunts and trash talk about an upcoming opponent. «The former Ravens teammates have engaged in a war of words recently—or, to use wrestling vernacular—they have cut promos on each other. Now, there is only one logical place to settle their differences.» —“Ring Posts: R. Lewis, A.D. should settle it in the ring” by Kevin Eck Baltimore Sun Oct. 25, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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