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Tweets of the Week: Matt Cardona champion promo, Braun Strowman short shorts & Cheez-It, more!

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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. Enjoy it anyway.

Matt Cardona is out here cutting championship promos. Talk about a character rehabilitation. He actually has me believing that the Long Island Broski is a badass. Language warning.

My favorite thing about that clip is a comment from Mojo Rawley, “Why couldn’t you have been like this when we were forced to be the Hype Bros?”

And just like that, Cardona was back to his jovial self.

Brandi Rhodes’ comment to Cardona gave me a chuckle, “What’s your f*cking problem (Tears of Joy emoji).”

While Cardona was having the time of his life with reindeer sausage, Chelsea Green was trapped under bodies of fur.

Braun Strowman is maximizing his free time with short shorts and a box of Cheez-It. I’d like to think those are normal shorts for regular sized humans, but they turn into Daisy Dukes when a giant wears them.

On the cheese tip, Brandi Rhodes rattled off cheesy jokes.

Bret Hart honored his favorite opponent, Mr. Perfect.

Mmmm, cinnamon rolls.

Shinsuke Nakamura taught his dog to ring a bell for treats.

Pack your suitcase, because it is time to travel. Tenille Dashwood is lounging in style with a huge breakfast in Italy.

Karrion Kross posted splendid photos of traversing the world with Scarlett Bordeaux.

Flashback photo of Alberto del Rio and Big Show by Egyptian pyramids. That’s cool by itself, but the classic car takes it over the top.

Get in a dancing mood with Tessa Blanchard and Daga at their wedding last year.

We’ll close with Taz bopping to music. Guess which song he is jamming to.

If you picked, “It Takes Two,” by Rob Base and DJ E-Z Rock, then throw your hands up. If Team Taz ever turns babyface, then I hope Tony Khan can score this song as their entrance theme.