Deathstroke Actor Joe Manganiello Proves He’s Just as Huge a Nerd as His DCEU Co-Star Henry Cavill, Trolls AEW Wrestler MJF for Trash-Talking Dungeons and Dragons

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Known for being Deathstroke in the DCEU, Joe Manganiello, the actor has been cast in many other famous productions including How I Met Your Mother, Magic Mike, and Flash Thompson in Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man trilogy.

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Joe Manganiello alongside Channing Tatum in Magic Mike.

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The actor is famous for keeping a fit body, which was essential for him being cast in Magic Mike. As reported by Elle, Joe Manganiello had developed a six-week workout plan to prepare for his role as Alcide Herveaux in True Blood.


AEW Wrestler disses Dungeons and Dragons

Famous for being a loudmouth, AEW star wrestler Maxwell Jacob Friedman had made fun of Dungeons and Dragons by stating “I don’t play dungeons and dragons.” The wrestler had tweeted this with a picture of himself, indicating that people who play D&D do not have fit bodies.

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AEW star wrestler Maxwell Jacob Friedman.

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A fantasy tabletop game that focuses on role-playing, it is one of the most popular games since its first introduction in 1974 by Tactical Studies Rules Inc. The game has been successful in roping in players of all age groups.

Joe Manganiello defends D&D

The tweet by Maxwell Jacob Friedman didn’t end up going well with D&D fans, including Joe Manganiello. He replied to the now-deleted tweet, caption “I do…” with his picture on the cover of Muscle & Fitness attached.

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Joe Manganiello played Deathstroke in Justice League and Zack Snyder’s Justice League.

He is still dwarfed by his DCEU co-star, Henry Cavill. The Man of Steel actor, who despite being buffed up is also a big nerd, famous for playing video games and posting a video of him building his gaming PC.

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By tweeting, the actor conveyed the message that you can achieve overall fitness while also playing games like Dungeons and Dragons. Furthermore, the actor also made others beware of messing with D&D and its fans.


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