We know that some of you know more about pro wrestling than you care to admit. We also know that some of you don't care if the Vikings are on Monday Night Football and the Wild and Wolves are playing too. You're not missing your date with RAW, the weekly three-hour show on USA Network.
For those who want to be wrestling literate today, WWE was in Green Bay on Monday night after Sunday's pay-per-view event at Target Center.
One of Monday's wrestlers was Elias, whose act includes bringing a guitar into the ring and asking fans a signature question: "Who wants to walk with Elias?" (Think of it as his version of Ric Flair's, "If you want to be the man, you have to beat the man" line.)
This time, Elias combined his question with another pro wrestling signature move, mocking something dear to the hearts of local fans.
In this case...
If you don't want to play the video, for fear of alienating anyone who may overhear, here's his response to the fans' cheering: "That's a pretty strong response. But, then again, anything is strong compared to Aaron Rodger's collarbone."
Soon after, Elias lost his match on a disqualification, when he hit his opponent with the guitar.
That's all. Get back to your day -- and be grateful Elias wasn't near the Twin Cities when Teddy Bridgewater busted his knee.