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Tweets of the Week: Psychotic Scarlett Bordeaux, Paige’s quarantine woes, 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 a message from Scarlett Bordeaux to watch NXT Takeover tonight.

The show begins at 7 pm ET tonight. Check back with Cageside Seats for live play-by-play. It should be glorious watching Karrion Kross squeeze Tommaso Ciampa’s head like a grape.

In other NXT news, Hijo del Fantasma won the Interim Cruiserweight Championship. His mother commemorated the occasion with a tattoo of the title belt.

Mama Fantasma has tattoos of all her son’s championship triumphs.

Paige seems to having a tough time in quarantine. Or not. Maybe not combing your hair is liberating.

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I haven’t brushed my hair in week.

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It could be worse. Imagine if Paige said she hadn’t brushed her teeth in a week.

Alexa Bliss is having fun at home doing something we all dream of.

I’d love to jump on the bed, but I fear the frame would collapse.

This week’s blast from the past comes courtesy of Sid Vicious. No set-up necessary to laugh your keister off.

The Masterful Adventures of Sid,” seems to be a new Twitter account honoring the man’s wildest moments. It appears to have been inspired by the feed for “What Will Mongo do Next?” The account contains classic botches from the beloved Steve McMichael. I highly suggest checking that one out if you haven’t already.

Presented without comment.

That is AAA’s resident fashionista Australian Suicide holding a feline. I don’t know how that relates to 2020 as a photo, but it is marvelous nonetheless.

On the cat tip, it looks like 2Pawz wants to help toss salad with Natalya and Tyson Kidd.

Here is Matt Riddle deadlifting a dummy bag in his living room. It’s brodacious.

We’ll close with Brian Cage in the role of He-Man in the short film, Fall of Grayskull.

Watch the full video here. Be careful you don’t pull a rib laughing. I don’t want to typecast Cage, but we all know he’s not a man. He’s not even a He-Man. He’s a machine.

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