It’s time again for some Sunday silliness with the Tweets of the Week. It will feature random stuff with a focus on the three B’s: bods, beasts, and buffoonery.
Oh, some of these might not be from this week nor be tweets. Who cares. Enjoy it anyway.
We’ll start with a Happy Father’s day shout out to the Cagesider papas. May you enjoy some fishing, or whatever your hobby is, like Dana Brooke and her dad.
I have some sad news to report. It looks like Daniel Bryan’s feud with bears will be ending with him. His daughter doesn’t seem keen to carry on the rivalry.
Bryan vs bears was one of my favorite feuds he was involved in. I’m going to cross my fingers that Birdie is playing the long game and will turn on bears years down the line in an epic moment.
Let’s pick the mood up. Enjoy Natalya, Naomi, and Dana Brooke dancing to, “Baby Got Back.”
It is too bad that it cuts off right before they boogie down.
In honor of The Revival winning tag team gold, let’s celebrate with their Bark Foundation pooches. Annie knows how to dress in style.
And Pawla has the snacks.
Starting a wrestling promotion with Alberto El Patron isn’t the only thing Chavo Guerrero Jr. has been doing lately. Apparently, Chavo is also in the brewing business. MVP gives the beer a positive review.
If any Cagesiders have tasted that ale, let us know what you think in the comments. And while we’re on the topic of beer, how is Steve Austin’s Broken Skull beer?
So, um, yeah. Here’s a funny photo of Renee Young and Corey Graves.
What would your caption be?
Time for some wild indie wrestling with Mance Warner and Rickey Shane Page crashing down from the top of a cage.
#Mancer pic.twitter.com/SX8UT9RDyU— Mance Warner (@ManceWarner) June 9, 2019
If that intrigues you, then I suggest peaking in on Mance Warner vs Sami Callihan falls count anywhere from MLW. I haven’t seen it yet, so I’m not saying they will be doing anything as crazy as that. However, it will probably be entertaining in a hardcore way. If you have already watched the match on beIN SPORTS, no spoilers please. Many of us, myself included, have to wait until the YouTube airing on Monday at 7 pm ET when it will be available to all.
We’ll close with a tribute to Dusty Rhodes from Twitter user Wrestling Travel. This week marked four years since the death of Rhodes on June 11, 2015. Wrestling Travel posted a fifteen tweet chain with pictures and promos, such as a headscissors takeover to Andre the Giant. If you are a fan of The American Dream, check it out (here). My favorite of the list is a photo of Rhodes golfing in speedos.
Golfing, Dusty Rhodes style ⛳️ pic.twitter.com/edfk9CfK9l— Wrestling Travel (@WrestlingTravel) June 11, 2019
I also love this shimmy elbow drop and pin.
The slickest pinfall of all time, courtesy of Dusty Rhodes (gif @allan_cheapshot)— Wrestling Travel (@WrestlingTravel) June 11, 2019
Jam the day away with, “Common Man Boogie,” and enjoy the week.