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The Madden 'eyebrow bet' payoff is the absolute worst

The fireworks factory is closed. And condemned.

EA Sports released a video last week hyping Sunday's Seahawks-49ers game, in which Colin Kaepernick and Russell Wilson made a bet that the loser of their Week 2 matchup would have to shave an eyebrow.

The original video was on the set of their solid Madden 25 commercial "Summer Camp," yet we dared to dream. We hoped the loser would follow through on the bet teased in a semi-viral video. And yet, this is the payoff. A 16-second clip featuring some of the worst and fakest digital manipulation since Delgo.

And they didn't even TRY to make it look convincing. You think it takes one swipe to shave an eyebrow with a disposable razor? Bro, do you even shave? Hairy America (Hairmerica, or Amerihair, depending upon your political leanings) does not believe your lies. Not even for one second. I have to shave my face twice to get to "Don Johnson." Using a disposable razor on any centimeter of hair is like trying to punch a tornado.

Yeah, maybe I've tried to shave an eyebrow. What's it to you? DON'T JUDGE ME EA SPORTS.

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