WWE in 5 Seconds

The Spoony One | Nov 16 2011 | more notation(s) | 

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  • http://twitter.com/sudburymagician James Thomas

    innnnnteresting definition of 5 seconds…

    Nice vid though XD

  • http://twitter.com/BigPuppy_Stuart Stuart Phip

    Sponsored by twitter no doubt. ( too obvious? )

  • http://www.facebook.com/downeyeire Seán Flynn Downey

    Hahaha that was epic Spoony :)

  • Colin Snow

    So is anyone going to be tweeting about this tweetilating talk about trends ?

  • Colin Snow

    Apparently this tweetilating talkers like trends and the trendsetters that twitter will tweet them to.

  • http://twitter.com/SCXCR SCXCR

    And that was all just from ONE EPISODE!

    And yes, I’m posting this via my twitter account.  What of it? :D

  • Justin Yozzo

    Oh pro-wrestlers…  Another reason for me not to take twitter seriously.  lol.  Even though I personally like Dwayne Johnson.  : )

  • http://templeofthehut.blogspot.com The_Hut

    Sounds like WWE and Twitter just started dating. 

  • http://soldierhawk.wordpress.com/ SoldierHawk

    Oh good lord that was hilarious.

    But Spoony, dude, I need you to promise me something. Never, EVER make me listen to John Cena saying “mangina” EVER again.

  • http://thatguywiththeglasses.com/articles/matt-briner Matt Briner

    I don’t use it–how often does Twitter trend worldwide on Twitter?

  • Michael Emerson

    good to see spoony back in good spirits.

  • Anonymous

    Shit, I double posted.

  • Anonymous

    Twitter is annoying. Should be a rule of the internet not to talk about it offline. :)

    • Jonathan Blackwell

      1st rule of Real Life: Do not talk about Twitter.
      2nd rule of Real Life: DO NOT TALK ABOUT TWITTER.

  • http://twitter.com/JSciola Joseph Sciola

    The irony of this is I first came across the links because I follow both Spoony and Wrestle! Wrestle! on Twitter.

    And WWE using something that’s popular to hype up their stuff is worth a video more than Bound For Glory pissing away over four months of build up?

  • http://twitter.com/onetonturtle Daniel Gilfillan

    All this twittwatting is going to look so dated and stupid in five years…

    • http://twitter.com/DevilforHire1 DevilforHire

      Bro… you are talking about Wrestling…

  • Anonymous

    It’s finally happened. 

    The WWE has found something more annoying for me than “what”.  There’s just something about the words “Twitter” and “Tweet” that makes me want to punch whoever says it.  It triggers something in my head, like pushing a magic murder-button. 

    • Anonymous

      To be fair, Steve Austin did the “What!?” thing as part of his persona as a means to ‘psychologically’ mess with his opponents. Then the fans ran with it, which helped cement his relationship with the fanbase. Stronger fanbase = more money; either in ticket sales, ad revenue, PPV buys, and the Holy Grail of Pro Wrestling, MERCHANDISING.

      Then Vince took it and ran it into the ground like a crashing 747 Jumbo Jet.

      • Anonymous

        Still annoyed the Hell out of me the moment it started.  In fact, I remember my thoughts about it very well, back when I was still in High School:

        “If this bastard says ‘what’ ONE more goddamn time, I’m changing the channel!”

        I didn’t change it back until the RAW 15th anniversary special, many years later. 

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_CAFDWYCPDESHP2SKRT6PWGL6HA Leo

    OMG! TWITTER! LIKE… OMG! WWE seems like some 16 year old attention-hungry, Twilight-loving schoolgirl. I’m 26 years old and it’s bad enought that I’m still watching overgrown and oiled up men wresthle (intentional lisp) each other. I always thought Twitter was for shallow, 2-dimensional females anyway. That’s gay, WWE. Sorry, Wanda Sykes, but I couldn’t help myself.

    • dennett316

      You’re 26 and still say “that’s gay”?  Fuck sake man…

  • http://twitter.com/HeroesSeason5 Heroes Season 5

    Too. Fucking. True.

  • Anonymous

    When it comes to social media and business, there are three ways to do things:

    1. The Right Way
    2. The Wrong Way
    3. The “It sounded good while we were drinking last night…” Way.

    Care to take a guess which category this one falls into?

    • http://twitter.com/SolidGoldCEO SolidGoldCEO

      You forgot

      4. “Vince found out about “twittering” and says we should get everything trending or he’ll fire us”

      • Anonymous

        No, that one falls under the all-purpose “The Boss heard a new buzzword and wants to get in on it” effect.

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_PXH6G24AA76YTV2ZGQOAGIDI34 El CHOj

      I say numbers 2 and 3

  • Jonathan Blackwell

    Does anyone else think that they sound like complete pansies saying twitter, tweeting, twittertainment, etc..?

    I demand a total recall of these wrestlers’ man cards.
    Good luck in your future matches Princess.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_ICDHG7TLTN6JVK6JMK3TKQFXKQ Mike Wallace

    A thousand monkeys at a thousand typewriters can’t write Shakespeare.
    But a billion Tweeters on a billion Twitter accounts can be shit-flinging monkeys.

    • Anonymous

      What about a billion monkeys on twitter?

      • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_ICDHG7TLTN6JVK6JMK3TKQFXKQ Mike Wallace

        A Danielle Steele novel, oddly enough. I did the math.

  • Steve Desroches

    Well, that’s just stupid.

  • Mateusz K.

    Welcome back Spoony!

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_S5NC3XTFWQSYM555ZFP6H7L44M Lacy Majere

    Twitter Mania is running wild over the WWE and it’s enormously annoying, brother. I’m proud to say I had the willpower to turn my tv off the second Nash’s music hit on Monday (really should have done it during the Cole segment) and was only a little bit regretful, wondering what I might have missed from the Rock. Then I found out exactly what I missed and just…ugh. I barely even have the energy to wonder what the hell the WWE is thinking anymore. Though I am glad to know, thanks to Cena and Rocky, that being a woman is something of which to be deeply ashamed.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/George-Rosenbaum/100001387887487 George Rosenbaum

    Ah, the joy of never having watched pro wrestling. I don’t have to watch a sport that is way too dangerous to exist without rigging every single match, where the stakes, scores, and stories are obviously fabricated.

    I can’t even call professional wrestling a sport, because of how the sentiments and fake publicity stunts from the wrestlers, the live audience, and even the management can effect the rules and handicaps of the match. It destroys all semblance of order and fair play when you can pull new rules out of your ass to hype up the crowd. It doesn’t even feel like a sport, just a bunch of jerking off.

    Even the fans are aware of this, AND THEY STILL WASTE THEIR TIME WATCHING IT! Only people who have hardcore Stockholm Syndrome will pretend that they genuinely enjoy modern pro wrestling. You know your wasting your time watching it, what are you proving to yourself by wasting EVEN MORE TIME?!

    • Alex Andrews

      Know what else is made up? Movies. Television shows. Cartoons. Anime. And so on.

      So, what is it like not liking any media or art what so ever knowing it is all a fabrication? Must be as sad as your poor attempt to insult. Also, nice job judging a show and its entire fanbase when you readily admit you have never watched it. Only someone whom is ignorant could somehow believe that the fans actually believe what they are seeing is real. Maybe the 8 year old kids, but you obviously have no idea what you are talking about.

      Also nice job insulting Spoony there; you do realize he is a wrestling fan and has been for a long time right?

      Grow up.

    • http://twitter.com/SolidGoldCEO SolidGoldCEO

      I haven’t watched WWE and TNA in months but I really find your comment to be pretty condescending.

      Wrestling isn’t real, Wrestling fans know this better then anyone, but neither are 90% of other TV shows and movies but people “STILL WASTE THEIR TIME” watching them so I don’t don’t get how thats a valid point on why a TV show is bad. While you can’t consider it a sport Pro Wrestling is more of a part of international culture then any “real” that has come out the US. 

      WWE and TNA are spend most of their time talking about nothing but they are not the only game in town, indy’s like Chikara and Dragon Gate are using the internet to bring more attention to themselves while the 3rd company ROH has made the best use of online media of any wrestling company I’ve seen with their Ringside membership deal.

      Not saying you should like wrestling but we are all nerds and all care about “silly things” that people have looked down on us for at one time or another including video games so I don’t understand this high-horse your on when you can call people jackasses.

    • J.G. te Molder

      Yes, because the movies that Spoony likes to review that you like to watch are all 100% true documentaries! Not a single thing fake or false in any of those! Trust Rosenbaum: there are actually are immortal people running around cutting each other’s heads off with a the result being a large light show, and they conveniently let a film crew follow them around when they do! Truly!

    • dennett316

      Wrestling is fake?  Noooooooooooo, get the fuck out of here, you’re kidding??
      Seriously George, your mode of thinking is more stupid and dated than the industry you try to mock.  Everyone knows it’s a show, it just happens to be a damn great show when done right.  Hell, even when it’s done wrong it can be entertaining.
      All semblance of order and fair play?  What on earth are you jabbering about you idiot?  The bad guys bend and break the rules to their advantage all the time, it’s kind of the point.  Thought you might have picked up on that with your in-depth analysis, maybe you’re not as smart as you thought?
      Question….do you enjoy any fictional story, be it film, TV or book?  If so, your last little paragraph, hell, your entire argument falls apart right away.  You’ve made yourself look incredibly stupid with this little diatribe, these arguments existed even in the 80’s when kayfabe was strong, and even THEN they were considered stupid and redundant.

      • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_CAFDWYCPDESHP2SKRT6PWGL6HA Leo

        When it’s done wrong it makes it into BOTCHAMANIA! Love me some Botchamania!

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_CAFDWYCPDESHP2SKRT6PWGL6HA Leo


    • Anonymous

      TV Wrestling is best described as a live stunt show mixed with a stage performance. Yes, EVERYONE INCLUDING THE FANS KNOW IT’S FAKE. EVERYONE. No one watches wrestling thinking it’s real or a real sport. It’s a play with a physical element, no more real than your average film or TV show, but with the element of being live so screwing up is NOT an option.

      George, the only people that think ANYONE believes wrestling fans do NOT think the show is fake…are people that are not wrestling fans. Oddly, the kayfabe only works on you and non-fans that for some reason are still convinced that the fan base of this multi-billion dollar industry are so stupid that they can’t pick up on what your average 6 year old can tell you.

      What people like about TV wrestling is that it IS a live show, where the people in it have to get it right or else, and that it actually does require a great degree of skill and ability to do what they do WITHOUT actually killing themselves or their partner AND selling it to others. Fake? Absolutely. Dangerous? Oh gods yes. People have been injured, crippled and even died in that ring. The fans respect the risks these people make even when they complain about the level of entertainment given.

      What you are showing right now, what you typed, is less a comment or opinion of a type of entertainment..and more a direct slap in the face of people you do not understand or respect. We know what the deal is….you seem to not have a clue. Be very grateful for the barrier of the internet right now.

      • http://www.facebook.com/people/George-Rosenbaum/100001387887487 George Rosenbaum

        I say at the very end of my post that there are fans of wrestling who know this is fake. You seemed to have ignored my last paragraph before replying.

        But yes, perhaps I underestimated the intelligence of the average viewer. I assumed, incorrectly, that most fans just accepted that what they were watching was genuine. It was the only theory that made sense to me.

        Maybe people just like watching beefy morons play pretend. I completely understand the power of suspension of disbelief and the imagination. I am not an enemy of fiction and fantasy. But you have to admit, this must be a REALLY stupid fantasy to get sucked into.

        And JESUS, it seems I was worse in this post than I thought. Lesson learned. I must be doing something wrong to get a mob of people replying that they would like to shove a pitchfork up my ass.

        Aaaand lastly, I’m not insulting Spoony. If I am, then he ‘insults’ fans of later Final Fantasy games on a regular basis. Hate the game, not the players. Whatever floats your boat is your own business. This is the view of an outsider, which apparently counts for little when I seem to have misunderstood the fanbase to such a childish degree.

        I apologize for my post. I will do better next time, when I make fun of something you love.

        • Anonymous

          I’m more upset about the tone of the post than the actual content, and in that last paragraph you do insinuate that at least a good portion of fans believe that wrestling is real. Maybe not the intent, but from the responses beyond mine…yeah I think you hit the wrong chord from what you were aiming for.

          Beyond listening? When you use terms like ‘jackasses’, wasting time and Stockholm Syndrome (which has the ugly reference to terrorism, a rather touchy subject today) when talking about wrestling fans…well, how did you expect the fans to respond? To add to this…your viewpoint isn’t a new one either. Most of the time when the media talks about professional wrestling, they seem to have the same opinion that somehow they have most of their fanbase duped into believing it’s real when the opposite is true. It’s an issue of ignorance and lack of an attempt to understand or do a bit of research.

          When Spoony does his rant-review of Final Fantasy, he doesn’t attack or insult the fans of the games…he just insults the games themselves. He doesn’t go after the people that LOVE these games…he just doesn’t understand WHY they do it. People still buy Call of Duty. I don’t like the game and don’t understand why they buy it, but I will NEVER insult someone for liking it. I’ll just disagree on how good it is.

          So if you really want to do better, then target the subject and NOT the fan. People like all kinds of things (it’s why Twilight exists), and you are free to make your opinion ON THE SUBJECT. But be kind to the fan..because one day it will be you.

          • http://www.facebook.com/people/George-Rosenbaum/100001387887487 George Rosenbaum

            Yeah, I was unfair. Should have done my research like everyone else. This is a pretty embarrassing moment of weakness, actually. I thought it would be funny.

            And I said ‘beyond listening’ because everyone was angry at my ignorant little moment. As they should be.

    • Anonymous

      So, let’s see…

      Pathetic, childish digs of something you have absolutely no understanding of, made with all of the poise and grace of a 5-year old on a Naruto forum, spamming replies of “ANIME SUCKS DICK”, and actually attempting to use your own ridiculous ignorance of WWE as some kind of a shield to hide behind as “proof” that you’re actually brilliant and informed on the subject?

      Nice job. You accomplished nothing in the way of making a decent argument at all.

      Oh, except. You know what else is fake? Movies, and Television. Clearly no one is allowed to like Batman, because the actor playing Batman doesn’t dress up as a bat in real life. Uhhhderp.

      Hooray for you. You are the Undisputed Troll King.

      Oh, I’m sorry. That’s what you believe in your own, sick, backwards egotistical mind.

      Actually, you are an self-embarrassing imbecile, yammering on pathetically about things you are utterly clueless of, and have no ability to understand like a stupid, uninformed child with absolutely no decent point to make, simply because you enjoy reading back your own moronic, long-winded, trolling tripe, and jerk off to your own smugly deluded sense of brilliant. Despite whether or not anything you actually said, has any actual meaning in reality.

      Get off this site.

  • Anonymous

    Would have liked to see the Sheik at the end giving a hearty, FACK!!

    And FACK da jabroni Rock!

    • Anonymous

      I would have loved to have heard “FACK!” just so the video could close with the audience thinking of a much more enjoyable word. 

      In fact, where’s that latest Warrior Comic review?  I’m going to jump to Spoony’s Sheik impression just so I can have a quick laugh. 

  • http://twitter.com/CommieCatGirl CommieCatGirl

    Ah, boys and their manly soap operas.

    • Anonymous

      /wooden sign out front, “NO GURLS ALLOWWWWED”

  • Dan Lessner


  • Anonymous

    When I heard “Twitter-Trending Mangina” for some reason I thought of Tidus.

  • http://twitter.com/YOUR_Messiah Wilson Dunn

    For the love of God…I thought the guest hosts were bad on RAW but this is like 100% worse…someone needs to stop this shit already.

  • Anonymous

    umm… the ever growing ?????????????????? just broke the roof of my house and hit a passing airplane…

  • Anonymous

    Obligatory ”It’s not 5 seconds” post ;)

  • Anonymous

    Vince McMahon is fascinated with the idea of having stuff on his TV show “trend worldwide.” That old codger is entertained by the stupidest things these days.

    When will one of his kin finally take over? Hopefully sooner rather than later.

  • http://www.levelup-games.co.uk Gemma Bow

    I miss WWF of the late 80’s/early 90’s. No “Twitertainment” in those days I can assure you :)

    • Anonymous

      Ah, early and mid 90’s WWF: when they just couldn’t take a hint that the 80’s were over.

      And Shawn Michaels’ Mullet never looked better!  Good times! 

  • lemartes_7000

    I know twitter would destroy the world one day! Before it was just annoying but now its effecting entertainment to. Most horrible thought hit me!  Spoony have turned into a big tweet! After watching wrestling to much. Damn YOU wrestling mixed with tweeter you have put our prophet in a dark place!

    Great clip Spoony, I dont use tweeter my self but its sow cheesy to see other people talk about it. 

  • https://plus.google.com/u/0/117630593236776841403/posts Ben

    I’ve never watched any wrestling at all, and I STILL think this is hilariously stupid.

  • http://twitter.com/MindOST MindOST

    I don’t know what’s worse, the shit that’s going on in the video or the social Luddites in the comments who think twitter is some evil internet boogeyman out to ruin everything.

  • http://twitter.com/Narmolania Meiju Mylläri

    Now, I have always found the word Twitter a bit funny, and when these MEN are saying twitter constantly, I’m waiting for them to say “I taut I taw a pussycat… I DID! I DID taw a pussycat!!!”

  • http://twitter.com/DieDissonanz Barry

    Can you smell what the rock is tweeting?

  • Anonymous

    I have a strange feeling you should start a twitter account, Spoony.

  • Anonymous

    You had the attitude era, corporate era, the PG era, now the frickin twitter era

    • Anonymous

      Shit like this makes me glad I recorded all those Attitude Era Pay Per Views. 

      The WWE Today may have their Twitter, but I’ll always have my Edge & Christian vs. Matt & Jeff Hardy No Mercy 1999 Ladder Match!  Back during a time when a fan’s jaw hit the floor not as a dumbfounded response to extreme stupidity, but as a reaction to something truly entertaining. 

  • HuneyMunster

    Dictionary: TWIT

    A moron with absolutely no sense.
    See also Paris Hilton

  • Anonymous

    I’m glad I stopped watching wresting

  • Anonymous

    well think of this, computers is what many of the younger generation is doing with their time, finding out you can talk to your favorite wrestler by getting a free twitter acc might make them want to get one. WWE makes a deal with twitter to promote their service at least once a night. suddenly twitter gets 500,000 new accounts. They get a dollar value from ads/commision (whatever) and some of that goes to WWE. What did WWE have to do? say a word. Financially its a pretty damn good way to make money. Now they have Cena and the rock competing for more tweet followers and that means more people on twitter, more money to the WWE . so once this stops making money the wrestlers will just move on to a new idea to fill the seats.

  • Anonymous

    double post.

  • Anonymous

    What are they tweeting about I wonder?

    You must foke to achieve greater destrucity if you will ever have any hope of defeating me! @HulkHogan

  • Anonymous

    #Pooping now. More entertaining than @WWE since 1998.

    /You can use Twitter for things other than telling people when you’re pooping? Why?

    • Anonymous

      Cena would approve since it involves poop.  He used to make poop jokes all the time.

      • Anonymous

        He still does.  They’re called “Championship Matches”.

  • Anonymous

    And so I’m telling you, Hoak Hogan, that you’re in my Google Plus circles. It’s the circle of TORMENT, of ANGER, of DESTINY. And when you share my posts in the endless vastness of space, I’ll geotag my boundless anger from PARTS… UNKNOOOWN.

    • http://twitter.com/JackfromPT João Monteiro

      Destrucity, my ass!

  • Anonymous

    do they own controlling interest is twitter? I understand that twitter is fucking huge and all but can’t make talking about it less silly it’s just not possible.  

  • http://twitter.com/CasWegkamp Cas Wegkamp

    That was a very long 5 seconds lol Must be American seconds :P

    • Anonymous

      Don’t be jealous if we are a bit…longer…than you.

    • http://twitter.com/adaminator1 adaminator1

      Valve seconds.

  • Anonymous

    Still better than your average episode of Impact

  • Anonymous

    God. If the Rock can’t make twitter sound awesome, no one can.

    • http://twitter.com/SolidGoldCEO SolidGoldCEO

      I actually unfollowed Rock on twitter because all he did was fill my timeline with generic motivational slogans that sound like he ripped them out of a self help book. I preferred The Rock who told people to shut their damn mouths and know their damn roles.      

      • Anonymous

        “And type they’re own damn tweets!”

  • Anonymous

    jesus, remember when they actually wrestled instead of just hyping up the pay per view specials and yapping about random shit while basically just jerking around?

    yeah, back before 2001. fuck this stuff got old and shitty.

    • Anonymous

      I actually thought to myself, “uhhh, not since I was still in high school”, then I read the 2001 part, which was about that time, so you remember well! 

      Even a “So Bad It’s Good” Al Snow match looks like a blessing right about now. 

  • http://www.youtube.com/user/TheChuddles THE CHUDDLES

    If only The Ultimate Warrior were still wrestling. “The Terrain of Twitter is CHIRPING FOR you Ko-KO Beware”

  • doresh

    If they keep talking about Twitter like that, nobody will watch their show, since everything important happens in tweets XD

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_AW3VX7HGVPJFFLYOQGRTPWDVFQ Joseph

    Wait a minute! There’s more to today’s WWE than Twitter! You got good wrestlers, like John Morrison, Wade Barrett, and Jack Swagger, who’ve been on a role jobbing — er, no, that doesn’t work! There’s the Awesome Truth, whom are awesomely… losing… to… Cena. Uh, never mind! Oh, I know! You still have excellent commentary from Jerry “The King” Lawler, Jim “Good ol’ JR” Ross, and — Michael Cole?! O_o …Hey, Nash is Back! And he’s still using the tired old shtick of “I beat you up, former friend, because you wouldn’t go steady with me any more! I AM VERY UPSET!!!

    -_- Yeah, except for Mick Foley, the Rock, and Deadpool — I mean, CM Punk, there’s a lot of failed attempts at trying to be the “cool” kid going on in the world of the WWE.


  • http://twitter.com/gazmaster1 Gareth Rees

    just watched the latest edition of Raw to see what all the twitter fuss was about and dear god its now every where on the show. Another thing Cole is unfortunately responsible for with his obsession with it. Going to watch the PPV and if its any good I may start watching again but I dont hold much hope out for it even with the rock.

  • Anonymous

    Mashable awards huh? Maybe once I see another Counter Monkey story from you I’d be more generous with my vote.

    • Robert Macdonald

      Did you not read his post about him suffering from DEPRESSION and possible sleep apnea? He pumped out like 12 Counter Monkey videos lightning quick and has numerous, massive projects on the go, and is doing all this while suffering from some serious personal issues. I’m voting the shit out of Spoony on Mashable, he works hard to please his fans. But oh, “greedom” is displeased with the lack of Counter Monkey stories, not knowing that Spoony is splitting his time between receiving medical attention and trying to keep up with a huge backflow of reviews and other projects.

      • Anonymous

        It was written in jest. You need to stop taking things on the internet so seriously. Go outside. The world is wonderful place.

        • Robert Macdonald

          Sorry, I’m tired and in a terrible mood, I didn’t catch the sarcasm. I’d already seen quite enough criticisms of Spoony and had enough. Also, this, TWTG, FB and ESPN.com are the only websites I visit with any sort of regularity. Probably another contributing factor for why I didn’t sense the sarcasm in your post.

          • http://twitter.com/DieDissonanz Barry

            Well you have to admit, it looks kind of strange – no serious reviews anymore, counter monkey stories die off, everyhting slowly shuts down… then Spoonys update on his state of health, and a few days later the Mashable Awards button on the top of the page.

            Not judging. Just saying it looks weird.

        • noth.mechaels

          I’m sorry if MacDonald, nor I, found a sarcastic text comment, with no indicators as to its intended purpose, to be funny. I don’t know about MacDonald, but even in the light of your sarcasm, I still don’t  see the joke. Is it the part where your comment seems to put more pressure on a guy already struggling to keep afloat? Is that it? Please, enlighten me.

          • Anonymous

            I am sorry you do not see the humour in it. I would like to reiterate that people who are taking offense to my comment are taking the internet far too seriously. Spoony is a grown man, he does not need you or anyone else as his personal e-bodyguards. To suggest that I am somehow hindering his ability to manage his depression is asinine.

          • noth.mechaels

            I’m sorry if I take depression seriously. It’s almost as if I’m not some  wanker who doesn’t give a shit about people.

          • Anonymous

            Excuse me I am depressed as well. You called me a wanker you are putting more pressure on me when I am already struggling to stay afloat.

      • noth.mechaels

        I keep hitting the like button, but after the first time, it doesn’t do anything anymore.
        Seriously, thanks for putting my thoughts in a less angry, more coherent form.

      • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_AS6P27NUTGFNYSELSQOS6CKTJ4 Richard R

        You Spoony fanboys are killing the experiment.

  • Anonymous

    wwe really is entertainment focused. what a crock. it’s like one big big of commercialism.

  • Anonymous

    By  @TheSpoonyOne:twitter .

    How do you spell hypocrite?

    • Anonymous

      It would be hypocritical if Spoony constantly talked about Twitter in his videos in analogy to wrestlers talking about it in their shows. He doesn’t. Merely using Twitter doesn’t make him a hypocrite.
      Also, if you look directly under his video, you’ll see that he mentions his Twitter accounts himself.
      Lastly, the type of joke you attempted only really works spoken, not written.

  • Hayden Eddings

    >”Sorry about the delays!”
    >Makes Wrestling video

    Nah it’s all good.

  • Anonymous

    Twitter is War.


    Take your twitter and shove it up your ass WWE, stick to what you do best, and thats have guys talk in a ring.

  • Anonymous

    Spoony, you can’t be in that bad of shape if you can sift through that THREE HOUR BORE FEST of a Raw, find every mention of Twitter, chop it up and stick it in this video.  I take this as a sign of getting better.  Hope to see more videos soon and you feeling better.

    PS  I had a sleep apnea thing a couple of times with me too, but it went away each time.  Lie on your side and try and relax the best you can as beat as you can.  It helped me.  Putting on something in the background quietly to listen to helped me too.

  • Anonymous

    Speaking of Twitter, I’d like to see a dramatization of your Tweet-War with Mike Nelson over the Highlander Rifftrax.

  • CoHScrapper

    Jesus Christ in taxi cab! I stop watching WWF for a few months and this is what I come back to? Tweets? Oh, and I see Cena is still annoying as ever. Is he still going on about how he’s not a Hollywood star but rather a “professional wrestler”? A professional wrestler that released a movie (The Reunion) not too long ago…

    Has anyone else held the title or is Cena still whoring it?

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_PXH6G24AA76YTV2ZGQOAGIDI34 El CHOj

      He does not have the title right now thank god. But i guarantee within a couple of months he’ll have it.

      • CoHScrapper

        “But i guarantee within a couple of months he’ll have it.” I know, Heaven forbid Cena goes 5 minutes without being champion. Gotta keep those “kid” fans of his happy! …Thanks for the update, El Choj.

        It probably might not happen, but it wouldn’t surprise me *IF Cena has the title going into WrestleMania so “Cena vs.The Rock” will be a title match…and The Rock loses.

  • CoHScrapper


  • http://twitter.com/Casseopedia Casseopedia

    Pretty much, this video wraps up RAW this past week.  Raw got Rocked by nonstop twitter whoring.

  • Anonymous

    “Twittertainment”? Fucking really?

    Welp, that’s it. I’m going to kill myself. I don’t want to live on this planet anymore.

  • http://www.facebook.com/legacyme3 Jake Kostik

    Sadly, this is what WWE has become.

    The internet broke WWE.

  • RWright1988

    Apparently everybody in the WWE has become a twitter obsessed nerd.  Real men use facebook.

    • http://twitter.com/86TheJehuty M.A Ajab

      No , Real men don’t use any of that “Social Network” bullcrap , they use the phone. :P

  • http://twitter.com/soldsnake9001 lee

    im so happy to see something from the wrestletron 

  • Anonymous

    Twittermania running wild, brutha! Now if only they’d start fighting over who is the best character in My little pony, the circle would be complete.

    • Nick Potter

      Rarity is best pony.

      • http://twitter.com/The_Clockmaker Jack


  • http://idigcomics.tumblr.com/ Matt

    I honestly thought this would be a 5 second clip of John Cena winning.

    • http://twitter.com/SolidGoldCEO SolidGoldCEO

      He’s probably saving that fot the “WWE for the last seven years in 5 seconds” video.

  • http://twitter.com/JacKnapman Jack Knapman


  • Anonymous

    well, at least you posted something.

    even if it is, sucky WWE

  • http://dragonacesg7.livejournal.com/profile Dragons_Dusk

    I lack words for this…

    World Whoring Entertainment
    where you too can take steroids and whore yourself with a #hashtag

  • http://twitter.com/TRhamy trevor rhamy

    “twittertainment” is my favorite  

  • http://boorat.deviantart.com/#/d4c9c3t William “BooRat” Blackshire

    So they “tweet” now in wresling!? Whatever happened to good old fashion calling some one out onstage!?

  • noth.mechaels

    Try not to mind the haters, Spoony. Even though I don’t usually watch your Wrestlemania videos, after your last post, I decided to give this one a try, in order to get a spoony-fix. I LOVED this video, and I know nothing about Wrestlemania or its mythology. It’s really quite amazing to me that you are able to riff on it in 5 seconds, and still make someone who has no idea what’s going on laugh. 

  • Anonymous

    They’re twitter-pated. 

  • korruption

    Nailed it, sir.  WWPGE is an utter disaster and it’s only getting worse.

  • Anonymous

    So I guess Spoony quit making videos.

  • Anonymous

    You know what the saddest part of all this is? Considering how much they were hyping Twitter and the internet and crap, they completely failed to use Ryder and his ‘Internet Championship’ belt in any way.

    Just as a comedy act alone, it would be PRICELESS to see it defended somehow.

  • Anders Adrielsson

    It’s funny how nobody under 40 uses twitter, and it’s even funnier that it’s actually true.

  • Muggshotter

    Can I have your attention pleeeease??? Because that’s the only thing missing from this video.

  • http://bwmedia.wordpress.com/ ShadowWing Tronix

    Does anyone remember he just did a hour-and-a-half V-Log review of the latest Twilight? He’s still doing stuff, folks.

    At any rate, did McMahon buy Twitter or did Twitter buy the WWE or USA Network? I’m confused. For some reason my dad still watches WWE and he even says it’s not very good. I stopped watching years ago and I used to be a big wrestling fan.

  • Anonymous

    This is awesome because it is so topical and on point, while still being funny. The world has become one big social media frenzy, and I for one think it is simply wrong. We are soon at a point where the sitting president can just tweet “OMG, I just started a war with Libya, getting my gun LOL!”

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Cody-Meyer/100000062682757 Cody Meyer


  • http://twitter.com/ArcticSunburn David Andrew Wiebe

    That was awesome.

  • http://danielj.se MaTachi

    I love how stupid it sounds when they talk about Twitter. :D

  • Anonymous

    Funny thing is I don’t think Twitter= money. It’s like if I were to mention “I use facebook”.

    I think they should go back to plugging movies, games, soda and water. Especially water since HHH likes to spit it all over the place when he comes out. Lol.

    Should I tweet that?

  • Jeremy “MEGADEATH” Lee

    twitter = schmucks

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000167180003 Alan Rizkallah

    “The WWE has single-handedly beat the living sh*t out of Twitter.”
    — CM Punk (on Colt Cobana’s internet show)

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