Chad Johnson is conscionable 1 of galore celebrities successful Las Vegas for media tours up of nan Super Bowl, truthful plentifulness of large bets are being made.
However, location whitethorn beryllium nary bigger than this one.
OchoCinco is truthful confident astir his prime for nan large game, he's consenting to consequence 3 of nan astir important things successful his life: McDonald's, his woman and activity — successful nary peculiar order.
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The six-time Pro Bowler says location is zero chance nan Kansas City Chiefs lose, and he's apparently putting a batch connected nan line.
When asked by Bleacher Report Betting what he'd beryllium consenting to stake connected nan Chiefs, his first reply was hilarious.
"If nan Chiefs lose, I won't eat McDonald's anymore. Ever," nan Cincinnati Bengals fable said.
When Johnson realized he could opportunity "whatever" he wanted during nan interview, he sewage a small spot much personal.
"Matter fact, if nan Chiefs lose, I'll divorcement my woman and nary much activity for nan remainder of nan year. That's really assured I am," he said.
That past portion is decidedly risking a lot, arsenic OchoCinco has ne'er shied distant from his life successful nan bedroom. He precocious was connected an Instagram Live video pinch erstwhile teammate Terrell Owens astir their "lil orgy" pinch "17 women successful 12 hours."
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Johnson is taking a risk, though, pinch Kansas City an underdog against nan San Francisco 49ers.
But that hasn't stopped nan Chiefs yet. They were underdogs connected nan roadworthy successful Buffalo and Baltimore, but their playoff acquisition has trumped nan odds.
Nonetheless, Johnson knows really to support things interesting. He didn't telephone himself nan "greatest entertainer" successful NFL history for nary reason.
The Super Bowl kicks disconnected astatine 6:30 p.m. ET Sunday.
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