Walmart Dudes Heading to Joey Janela’s Spring Break 4

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Looks like Ethan Page is going to have his work cut out for him as the latest additions to the Clusterf**k, a match he has to agent to re-gain his Game Changer Wrestling career, are none other than the viral sensation Walmart Dudes, Lord Adrean and Tahir2X. Initially booked for the first attempt at Spring Break 4 back in April, due to the event’s postponement, the Walmart Dudes didn’t have the chance to make their collective in-ring debuts as planned. But as Janela said in his tweet re-announcing the participation of the duo, “during the quarantine these guys upped their games” and he’s looking forward to seeing what they’ve got.

The clusterf**k will be must-watch now if only to see what kind of crazy moves, such as the newly unveiled Styles Clash/RKO combo, these two viral sensations are going to show off to the masses.

Having spent the quarantine sharpening their skills wrestling in backyards, parking lots, and their own homes, the Walmart Dudes have never been afraid to take insane risks with their crazy spots. And to think it all started innocently enough, as a group of guys staging an impromptu wrestling match in the middle of a Walmart…

In late January, a video (that now has over 5.3 million views) emerged of a group of guys performing wrestling moves in the middle of a Walmart in Atlanta, Georgia. The video featured four guys, who call themselves “The Faction,” involved in a ropeless wrestling match. There were steel chairs and guys jumping off tables and surprisingly, not a single employee there to prevent the chaos.

This was not the first time Lord Adrean and his faction of wrestlers had invaded local establishments to put on impromptu wrestling matches. According to the man himself in an interview on the Talks with TR podcast with pro wrestler Thunder Rosa, the guys have staged matches in a Burger King, Taco Bell, McDonald’s, the mall, church, and more. They’ve put on matches everywhere you wouldn’t expect and that’s kinda been the point.

A Texas native, Lord Adrean had a wild idea when WrestleMania 32 was headed to Dallas. He wanted to find someone to take a few RKOs to make some videos. He contacted someone on social media and while that person couldn’t make it he connected Lord Adrean with Tahir2X and the rest was history. For the past four or five years, Lord Adrean and Tahir2X have been putting on shows and have recently expanded their crew to four, having connected with two other lifelong wrestling fans who instantly embraced the madness that comes with being viral sensations. Because what started as just two guys goofing around has turned into something much bigger with SportsCenter on ESPN, Bleacher Report, and even wrestlers like Randy Orton taking notice.

And now, at the spectacle of spectacles, the JJSB4 clusterf**k, Lord Adrean and Tahir2X will have a chance to test their skills in the ring. This won’t be the first time Lord Adrean is stepping into the ropes, however. As he told Thunder Rosa on the podcast, he was once in a “hardcore, almost like a death match.” Lord Adrean noted taking barbed wire to the head. That combined with the reckless abandon of which the Walmart Dudes execute their stunts, should make the pair feel right at home in a GCW ring.

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