Hill willing to wager Super Bowl ring on Usain Bolt race
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill is so confident he'd win a race against Usain Bolt he's willing to offer up his Super Bowl ring.
After challenging Bolt to a race earlier this year, Hill called out the sprinting legend again in an interview with TMZ Sports and agreed to wager his Super Bowl LIV ring against one of Bolt's Olympic gold medals.
"Right now, it's getting kind of personal. I'm not worried about no money, you know? You feel me?" Hill said. "Like right now, it's about my ego right now. Because I feel like he just tried me."
Bolt, who retired from track and field in 2017, told TMZ Sports in August that Hill was "probably scared" to bet his Super Bowl ring. However, Hill sounds serious about making a race happen.
"Usain Bolt, like I say: You got my number, you got my Instagram, you got all that information. Like me and you can just figure this out," Hill said. "Me and you can just meet at a local high school anywhere. I can come to Jamaica. We can get it poppin' on the YouTube."
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