Social Roundup: Danhausen Leaps From Trash To Recruit Himself For Villain Enterprises, NWA Gets Group Photo, Randy Orton Loves Mr. Perfect
Photo Credit: Basil Mahmud
The word “villain” really rings well with Danhausen so it seems organic for “The Very Evil” individual to recruit himself for Villain Enterprises. His approach however was a little unorthodox as he leaped from a trash receptacle to make his pitch to Brody King in why his talents are needed (there may have to be a blimp involved, though).
— Brody King (@Brodyxking) December 17, 2019
Randy Orton knows all about “legacy” and he made sure to share his appreciation for one “Perfect” individual who helped pave the way for future generational talent. Curt Hennig was a second generation wrestler in the squared circle while Randy is the Orton’s third of kin to compete in the ring. Orton Tweeted his respect for Curt, stating how he got to wrestle this “stallion” once.
— Randy Orton (@RandyOrton) December 17, 2019
NWA finished it’s second set of Powerrr tapings this past weekend in Atlanta which occurred a day after NWA Into The Fire hailed from the very same GPB Studios out of the home of the “Dirty Bird.” Before the crew wrapped it all up, everyone got together for a group photo. The newest episode of Powerrr airs tonight on YouTube.
Stand with the people who stand with you. #NWAPowerrr returns tonight with a special episode that really turns the page from Season 1.
Thank you to those who have stood by us.
— David Lagana (@Lagana) December 17, 2019
Sign Kayla Braxton as a person who will not be on Lana and Bobby Lashley’s wedding list. The WWE personality and host of The Bump is all for not seeing anymore of this love fest fester more on her TV set and is willing to put her hard earned dime on the line.
“.@WWE I’ll forego my paycheck to never see Lana and Lashley together on television again.”
.@WWE I’ll forego my paycheck to never see Lana and Lashley together on television again.
— Kayla Braxton (@KaylaBraxtonWWE) December 17, 2019
Matt Hardy is a well-crafted and creative veteran of the ring canvas at this point in his Hall of Fame worthy career, but he’s got the itch as much as another “middle-aged and crazy” individual, Terry Funk. Hardy took to Twitter to say that he’s “middle-aged and #BROKEN” and he needs to get back to being true to who he is.
Terry Funk was middle-aged & crazy.
I am middle-aged & #BROKEN inside.
Gotta get back to being true to what I am. pic.twitter.com/7Dlk0owcll
— The VESSEL of Matt Hardy (@MATTHARDYBRAND) December 17, 2019