Two Indianapolis Colts superstars ‘could be coming to a Wrestlemania ring near you’—in fact, one constructed with a steel cage.
That is, if you listen to Darius Leonard and Quenton Nelson ‘shooting smoke’ from a recent friendly Twitter exchange among Colts teammates:
You and @BigQ56 in a steel cage match for the world heavyweight championship. Who comes out with the win?— Shawn Michael (@Big__Shawn23) July 7, 2020
I got solutions— Quenton Nelson (@BigQ56) July 7, 2020
Now, both players could probably hold their own in a steel cage match (but let’s be honest, if Quenton Nelson at an agile 6’5”, 330 pounds comes barreling at me from the turnbuckle, I’m heading immediately toward the exit. Check, please! WAITER, PLEASE!):
Colts got so much attention for Quenton Nelson’s screaming block vs. Jacksonville - see Twitter - that the NFL fined Indianapolis’ first-round pick $26,739 for leading with his helmet, per source. Nelson is appealing the fine from the play on which no penalty was called. pic.twitter.com/s82oQuIkoO— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) November 16, 2018
However, instead of a The Rock vs. The Undertaker heavyweight caliber Colts fight, it would be better if these two tag-teamed it up instead of wasting energy and dishing out unnecessary physical punishment on a Colts teammate.
After all, I’m sure these two have mixed it up a time or two already before at Colts practice—going head-to-head scrimmaging.
‘The Maniac & Big Q’ could be a wrestling tag-team tandem for the ages.
Stronger than The Legion of Doom.
Tougher than The Outsiders.
Nastier than The Dudley Boyz.
With more swagger than Harlem Heat.
Maybe former Colts All-Pro punter, turned play-by-play professional sports broadcaster Pat McAfee will even call the action for WWE (who he’s done work for in the past).
Who’s with me?
Is a ‘The Maniac & Big Q’ Wrestlemania caliber heavyweight tag-team a good idea?
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Luke, get some sleep.