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Tweets of the Week: Strowman shotgunning a beer, Peyton Royce in the wild, more!

It’s time again for some Sunday silliness with the Tweets of the Week. It will feature random delights 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 Braun Strowman shotgunning a beer. It’s not exactly how you would think, but it is still fantastic.

Damn, that can sailed through the sky. I wish someone was on the other side to open it. I’m curious how much the beer was shook up.

My favorite of the week goes to Peyton Royce and Shawn Spears. Spears imitated the Crocodile Hunter observing Royce in her natural habitat.

That ending cracked me up. I was not expecting Royce to be lured in by Lucky Charms. Can’t say I blame her. They are magically delicious.

Kurt Angle found time for a tune.

Elias was inspired by Angle’s song.

For such a silly song, that version by Elias is something I would actually bump on the boombox. Enough with Angle and Elias though. With all this talk of Jimmy, we need a rendition from R-Truth.

Now that we’ve enjoyed song, it is time for dance courtesy of Mandy Rose and Sonya Deville. They put together a groovy workout routine.

It sounds like two of the Rhodes’ family dogs turned heel.

The culprits are on the right side.

For all those on coronavirus quarantine, I think you can relate to this next GIF.

I think Taya has been cooped up too long. She is planning outfits for the coronavirus apocalypse.

MLW’s Mance Warner loves light beers and hitting the pay window. He also loves Danny DeVito. Language warning.

The best match I’ve seen this week belongs to NWA’s Ricky Starks against a broom. Starks originally planned the contest to be in his living room but plans were changed to a street fight in an empty arena. This epic clash took two video tweets to contain.

A true masterpiece of sports entertainment. Lots of wrestlers claim they can carry a broom to a 3-star match, but Starks proved it. That was high drama after the break. Things looked bleak for the broom, but the chicanery of the chair pulled off the upset. Awesome job by everyone involved in producing that match.

That’s a wrap for this week. Jam to Curtis Mayfield’s, “Move On Up,” as sampled in Ricky Starks’ entrance music.

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