A week later and your trios tag team champions are finally recovered from their WrestleMania Weekend Warrior trip. It’s time to talk about the purchases, the food, and the shenanigans that took place in the Roc.
Last Saturday morning the Masked Library, Kevin Hellions and the Educator met up in a suburb of Syracuse, NY. They then travelled to Rochester to meet up with Matty Treats. Many stores were shopped at. Much food was eaten. Then we had Night One of WrestleMania to look forward to. All you can eat sushi. Giant potatoes. Video games. Toys. Comics. Tapes. And so much more.
Who filled a car? Who struck out? Who needed adult supervision? All of these and so many more stories on today’s Weekend Warrior Recap episode of The Run In.
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The Retro Network’s own Kevin Decent (@MaskedLibrary) along with his two best friends “Sweet” Matty Treats (@MattyTreats) and Matt “the Educator of Excellence” began The House Show by reviewing WWF’s In Your House pay per view events over the course of the worldwide quarantine. Next, they covered all of the WCW Halloween Havoc events finishing out 2020. In 2021, they went back to WWF for all the Saturday Night’s Main Event shows, until the switch to Peacock. Now while season 3 is paused they pivot to season 4 and will be watching season 3 of the Gorgeous Ladies of Wresting – available on the Tubi and Pluto apps. This trios team has been watching wrestling all their lives and debating the outcomes since high school. Invite them in your house each week for the main episode on Thursdays and The Run In on Mondays.
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