WVU Kicker Is No Match for WAR PIG

WVU’s Pat McAfee is rated as the fourth or fifth best kicker in this year’s NFL draft, depending on who you’re asking. Regardless of where he gets drafted, or even if he doesn’t and gets scooped up as a free agent, he has a good chance of spending the next 10-15 years kicking footballs through uprights and keeping his uniform clean. But if that doesn’t work out, he always has community center pro wrestling to fall back on. ↵
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↵McAfee got his first taste of the South Charleston spotlight on Sunday night in a fight against a hostile opponent, who was part man, part swine: ↵
↵⇥Screams of "No! Not the right!" echoed in the gymnasium as a wrestler named "War Pig" twisted McAfee's legs around a turnbuckle. ↵⇥

↵⇥McAfee, an NFL prospect, is gonna need that right leg. ↵⇥

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↵⇥Still, the pig-masked man dressed in a bloody apron took 22-year-old McAfee's left leg and wrapped it around the post while the kicker writhed in pain on the blood-splattered canvas. He'd been smacked around for five minutes before being dragged to the turnbuckle. ↵⇥

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↵You’ll soon understand why McAfee was writhing in pain when you see what War Pig did to his million dollar leg. Look! Here’s totally bending it in the wrong—wait, nevermind. Legs are supposed to bend that way. That actually looks more like a nice calf massage. What gentle hands you have, War Pig: ↵
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↵You can check out more images from the night here, including shots of a wrestler named Mad Dog 20/20, whose name alone brings back college drinking memories harsh enough to make me wanna lose my lunch.
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↵(H/T: DC Sports Bog)↵

This post originally appeared on the Sporting Blog. For more, see The Sporting Blog Archives.

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