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"Really Real Wrestling" is the twentieth episode in Season Two (and thirty-second episode overall) of Regular Show. It first aired on May 16, 2011.


Mordecai and Rigby sneak into a wrestling event. Meanwhile, Pops is mistaken for an Up and coming wrestler.


Mordecai and Rigby are bummed because they do not have tickets to a sold-out wrestling championship event so they begin to fake wrestle. Pops enters then begins to wrestle Mordecai, but for real and was hurting him until he was stopped by Rigby; then, Pops reveals that he used to wrestle when he was at a younger age and proceeds to produce two extra tickets to the championship match. He invites Mordecai and Rigby to go, and they decide to celebrate by battling Pops; however, during the scuffle, Rigby hurts Pops so Benson decides that they can`t go to the match and orders Mordecai and Rigby to watch Pops for the night instead.

Then while asleep, Rigby wakes up and shakes Mordecai awake and tells him to sneak out, but he's worried about Pops; yet Rigby said that he will be fine and they decide to sneak out from the house; surprisingly when they get there, they are shocked to find that that Pops had also snuck out as he was mistaken for a new wrestler named "Huge Head". Then, one of the three wrestlers named Four-Armageddon heard Mordecai's feelings about wrestling so he forced Mordecai and Rigby to wrestle all of them in a ladder match and Pops wanted to help but Mordecai refuses because he is still injured.

When they got inside the ring, they tried to fight them but they were too strong and was hurting them; then Pops (who was still injured) seeing them getting hurt, he decide to come into the ring to help them by climbing up the ladder and almost getting the golden championship belt, but Four-Armageddon knocked him over, causing both to fall. However, Pops stands up and his back was better and he began to wrestle all of them and climb up the ladder and won the golden championship belt.

When they got back home, Mordecai opens the door and sees an angry Benson saying that he had a sick feeling that they sneak out instead of watching Pops so he went over to check on them and said that Mordecai and Rigby are fired. Luckily, Pops told Benson the truth. He said that he snuck out to the wrestling match on his own and Mordecai and Rigby were looking for him. Mordecai pointed out that most of it was technically true and Rigby pointed out that Pops' back is all better. Benson rehired Mordecai and Rigby, saying this is their last warning. Mordecai thanks Pops for taking the blame and Pops said that he is glad that it is over. But in the bushes, the real Huge-Head (who had tire marks on him) appears and believes Pops has stolen his name. So he decides to get revenge by stealing Pops' name.


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  • Pops used to wrestle when he was in school.

Pop Culture References[]

  • Four-Armageddon resembles Goro from the Mortal Kombat franchise, and his last name for a four-armed character could be a nod to Mortal Kombat: Armageddon.

Production Notes[]

  • This episode received 2.164 million viewers worldwide.


  • Mordecai and Rigby are able to walk and don't have any injuries, despite being beaten to close death and Hissy Fit gave Rigby the back breaker.
  • When Mordecai and Rigby are pretending to wrestle, Mordecai rips his shirt. In the next shot, his shirt is not ripped.

Alternate Versions[]


  • The word "Moron" is changed to "Dummy".