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Tweets of the Week: Baron Corbin’s bicycle crash, Braun Strowman’s birthday dance, 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.

Baron Corbin has taken up the hobby of mountain bike riding. Unfortunately, he’s not too nimble yet on those wheels.

Since Corbin is unhurt, I don’t feel bad for laughing at his crash. It is his grunts that take it over the top.

Braun Strowman celebrated his birthday with a Speedo dance.

The Moxley family travels in style.

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‘Baby, you’d be perfect in my next movie’

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Dogs wearing sunglasses are always good for a chuckle, but what really stands out to me is the gold seat belt buckle. Does Scrooge McDuck own that plane? He’s the richest animal I know.

Jungle Boy was up to hijinks by hiding in a casket for a scare.

Nice veteran move by Dustin Rhodes to put his foot on the top.

Time for a piano duet from Hikaru Shida and Ruta.

Ryback has a motivational message to pick up your spirits.

Mil Muertes dined on the breakfast of champions.

So, that must be his secret to being the man of 1,000 deaths after Catrina was killed in Lucha Underground.

Eli Drake was styling and profiling with one shaved pec.

Drake should have gotten a piece of the action in this Baywatch slow motion run with Taya, Heather Monroe, and Tessa Blanchard.

We’ll close with an update on Ethan Page as The Karate Man. Last week’s Tweets of the Week brought news of this amazing alter ego. This week, we see the man compete. He entered the ring with spectacular style.

The Karate Man battled against Tom Lawlor. Here is a small sample. Bonus points for Lawlor’s pants to give this a true 80’s movie feel.

That display of agility is astounding. The Karate Man is my new favorite wrestler. Sorry, Ethan Page, but it is time to let The Karate Man out of his cage for some Kung Fu fighting on national television. Who’s with me?

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