The WZ Roundup returns for a Festivus edition filled with wrestling-related tweets and references to ’90s sitcoms. Let’s rumble our way to the first tweet, which features a sampler of the UpUpDownDown holiday content du jour. Xavier is hosting his New Day counterparts alongside Cesaro and Bayley in a holiday match of Mario Party on the Wii. Motion controls ahoy!
? It's a MERRY MARIO PARTY! ?
— UpUpDownDown (@UpUpDwnDwn) December 23, 2019
Speaking of the New Day, on their recent holiday podcast, Xavier Woods defends being placed in holiday matches. He says they’re the most memorable part of many episodes, and that talent should be appreciative of the opportunity to be memorable.
— Austin Creed (@AustinCreedWins) December 23, 2019
On the opposite end of the holiday spectrum, AEW’s favorite Grinch is once again angry at the company’s Twitter for spreading propaganda against him. Quite the face on those two in the drawing…
This is literal propaganda!!!! https://t.co/2JuvfY3QZz
— Maxwell Jacob Friedman™️ (@The_MJF) December 23, 2019
Speaking of MJF, NERDS Clothing has announced a special line of merch crossing over with the wrestler. It’s seemingly a strange collaboration, but I’m sure Maxwell can make it work on the mic.
Soon. MJF x NERDS. pic.twitter.com/EMtxkkUi0e
— NERDS Clothing (@NERDSClothing) December 23, 2019
WWE Network has plenty of past holiday moments to dredge up this time of year, but none have more fond memories attached than the time Stone Cold gave Ol’ Saint Nick a stunner for Christmas. Ho Ho Hell Yeah indeed.
Ho Ho Hell Yeah!! https://t.co/SIUPs7bMGy
— Steve Austin (@steveaustinBSR) December 23, 2019
The holidays are also a time for friends to gather and swap stories, which is exactly what Table For 3 is all about. In this clip, D’Lo Brown talks with Mark Henry and The Godfather about where the idea of the People’s Elbow came from. “The People’s Elbow is a famous move, right? It started out as an accident.”
"The People's Elbow is a famous move, right? It started out as an accident."
— WWE Network (@WWENetwork) December 23, 2019
Ending off this roundup, here’s Ric Flair falling down while attempting to ski. Snow is a holiday thing, but that’s about as far as the tie-in goes. Enjoy!
Just A Sneak Peek Of My Latest YouTube Video! You Have To Fall Down Sometimes, But You Get Back Up Stronger! Check It Out! WOOOOO! pic.twitter.com/O3k3oQa12t
— Ric Flair® (@RicFlairNatrBoy) December 23, 2019