Green Bay Packers Player Destroys Minor League Mascot In Oklahoma Drill
There is no way the Kenosha Kingfish are paying this kid enough money to do this.
Remember when Mike Tyson was in his prime and the great bar debate was "Would you step into the ring with Mike Tyson for $1,000,000?" I'm pretty sure the general consensus was that they would, the 2 seconds of pain and probably months of rehabilitation would be worth a million bucks.
It sure looked scary though.
So I'll pose a similar question here.
How much would it cost for you to allow this man:
To tackle you as hard as he could while you were wearing basically a Muppets costume?
I'm not a rich person at all and it would take at least a mid four-figure offer for me to take on AJ Dillon. The man stands 6 feet tall and weighs 247 pounds, just a wrecking ball of a man that makes his living punishing other NFL players trying to stop him.
Yep, I need at least $2,500 to consider this and the more I think about it that might not even cover the medical bills so maybe we bump this up to a minimum of $5,000.
I'm pretty sure the young man inside this Kenosha Kingfisher costume isn't getting anything close to that. There's actually a decent chance that he's being paid in hot dogs and candy.
What I'm saying is that whatever the compensation was for this minor league mascot, it definitely wasn't enough.
I also thought that the Oklahoma drill was basically outlawed everywhere in the country. It's amazing to think that drills like this were commonplace at the pop warner level just a few decades ago.
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