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Tweets of the Week: Mandy Rose at the Ryder Cup, Kevin Von Erich cliff diving, 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.

We’ll start with a sports crossover. Mandy Rose visited the Ryder Cup golf competition. Click through the images for a few clips of her swing. I don’t know how long she’s been playing, but she’s already better than Charles Barkley.

Kevin Von Erich is still young at heart, as demonstrated by backflipping off a cliff into water. Even their puppy is smiling at that feat of athleticism.

Raquel Gonzalez knows how to sweet talk Braun Strowman.

If you ever get locked out, call John Morrison for his door kicking service.

BOOGS! Do not try this at home.

Lana’s stick game is strong. I bet she could beat up Fuego del Sol.

Darby Allin knows how to make good use of helicopters by taking a dip.

Dance break with Matt Cross (aka Son of Havoc).

Cody Rhodes provided some advice for fans attending an AEW live show. The crowd in NYC must not have read this.

Bret Hart is in the rum game.

A movie needs to be made about this booze baron.

Alberta has a history of bold entrepreneurs who were willing to take risks to achieve their goals. One of the most notorious of these was Emilio Picariello, infamously known as ‘Emperor Pic’. When Prohibition began, he saw an opportunity and quickly built a significant rum running operation.

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Although the law considered him a criminal, Emilio had another side. He often made generous charitable contributions to the community, funded a miners’ strike, and gave Christmas presents to poor families with some of the profits from his illegal bootlegging operation.

For a change in pace, here’s a cat in a hat.

We’ll close with a clip of Ronda Rousey and Kurt Angle shooting milk guns.

That video comes from Rowdy’s Places, available on ESPN+.