Yeah, So Macaulay Culkin Wants To Wrestle WWE’s Rusev At WrestleMania 34

Here’s something that may or may not tickle your fancy, Macaulay Culkin (Home Alone, Richie Rich, My Girl) just accepted WWE star and wrestler Rusev’s challenge for a WWE match at WrestleMania 34 airing April 8. 

How does this happen, you ask?

Well, Rusev the in-real-life gamer and hilarious bloke took to Twitter in search of a celebrity opponent for his Wrestlemania match.

Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson suggested good mate Kevin Hart to sacrifice himself against the brute.


And then probably the most least expected person to reply, Macaulay Culkin tweeted this. 

Naturally, people were concerned.

But Macaulay did not give a shit and further tweeter this bad boy.

I repeat – “I am officially accepting @RusevBUL challenge to wrestle him at this year’s WrestleMania. You heard it here first, folks.” 

Those two tweets are literally ten minutes apart, it took him ten minutes to make the decision to hop into a ring with a dude whose leg is the size of Macaulay.


Rusev actually replied and judging from the tweet, it seems Rusev doesn’t want any part of this.

A fair point.

But then Kevin/Richie Rich clapped back.

Holy shitsnacks.

Anyway, even though Macaulay is hitting us with the ‘officially’, WWE hasn’t confirmed anything as they’re probably tossing up the (bad) odds right at this very moment.

Most fans are putting it down to chit chat, WrestleMania is right around the corner after all so everyone’s just trying to hype up the major event.

But really just try and imagine a WrestleMania main event where John Cena could potentially be taking on The Undertaker, Ronda Rousey makes her WrestleMania debut, AJ Styles takes on Shinsuke Nakamura for the title and Macaulay Culkin goes up against Rusev.

I mean, if he sets a couple of traps he might just have a shot.

Macaulay recently made his return to the lil’ screen when he appeared on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon to promote his new lifestyle and satire website, Bunny Ears. Macaulay looks to be in bloody good shape and v. happy with himself these days but that does not mean you jump into a ring with a man that weighs 138 kilograms.