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Wednesday Round-Up: Wilson Challenges Cable Thanos To Super Smash Bros Match

Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson challenges the Twitter-famous creator, Cable Thanos, to a game of Super Smash Bros. via a video message.


Good morning, 12s.

Here's a look at what's 'out there' for today – Wednesday, May 15 – about your Seattle Seahawks:

The Battle We've All Been Waiting For

We're not freaking out, you're freaking out!

The day has finally come, folks. Russell Wilson will finally meet face-to-face with the Twitter-famous content creator, Cable Thanos. The engagement may not be what the social media world was expecting, however, as the two plan to battle it out over a match of Super Smash Bros. on Thursday.

The Seahawks quarterback posted a video message on Tuesday afternoon directed at the Cable Thanos nominating him for the skirmish. The video included a handful of clips from Thanos' past work plus a few produced graphics related to Smash. Based on the graphical inclusion of the Nintendo Switch, one could infer that the two will be playing the newest version of the game, Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.

In the off chance that you're still using a flip phone and haven't seen any of Cable Thanos' videos on Twitter, I suggest you educate yourself. Thanos' real name is Josh Cashman and he's a Seahawks super fan and content creator that gained some traction during the 2018 season. He is known for his 'meme-style' videos and idolizing specific players and coaches on the Seahawks roster and coaching staff.

Be sure to keep your eyes peeled on Russell & our team Twitter accounts on Thursday for some content relating to this incredible matchup.

Social Post Of The Day

Today's 'Social Post of the Day' comes from the official Twitter account of CenturyLink Field, as they share a photo of a double rainbow over the stadium. This photo represents a true Seattle spring.

More From Around The Web

We signed four more of our 2019 NFL Draft picks on Tuesday, including WR Gary Jennings, RB Travis Homer, DT Demarcus Christmas, and WR John Ursua.

Bob Condotta at The Seattle Times also looks into the Seahawks’ activity as of late.

Photos from the Seattle Seahawks' voluntary offseason workout program on Tuesday, May 14, 2019 at Renton's Virginia Mason Athletic Center.

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