Old Soldier Never Dies: Man Goes Wild in His House As He Watches WWE

Old Soldier Never Dies: Man Goes Wild in His House As He Watches WWE

  • A man was captured in the moment while watching a wrestling match
  • The elderly Yoruba man watched keenly, but looked tensed as the bout continued
  • At a point, he called on his wife to 'come and see' his favourite wrestler beat the opponent

A clip showing an excited wrestling fan has gone viral on the internet as he was thrilled while watching a 'heavyweight' fight.

The Nigerian fan of the Yoruba race was seen on the edge of his seat as he watched in excitement as his favourite wrestler pounced on his opponent.

He screamed in anticipation when his preferred wrestler was being dealt with, but erupted as there was a takeover.

WWE, Wrestling, Nigerian man
Nigerian man stunned while watching his favourite wrestler. Photo: olamilekangold131 (TikTok)
Source: UGC

Supposedly a father of twins, the old man beaconed on his wife when he summoned her to come and ‘see what was happening’.

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He was excited and tensed at the same time, as he also unconsciously made moves to show he is really into the fight.

Reacting to the clip shared by TikTok user olamilekangold131, a fan replied:

"Just imagine say immediately grandpa finished watching this, make fight for landlord meeting."

Another added:

"Abeg, I wan buy big TV for granpa... ASAP"

Omos visits Lagos, Nigeria

Meanwhile, more than 15 years after leaving Nigeria for greener pastures, Tolulope Omogbehin, famously known as Omos, returned to Lagos as a WWE superstar.

The 28-year-old, who was signed into WWE in 2019, had a stint in professional basketball earlier but was not quite successful in that sport.

Omos, who was in Saudia Arabia for WWE's Crown Jewel event where he went toe-to-toe with Braun Strowman in a battle of the giants, was spotted in Lagos, where he made an announcement as he joked, 'Omo Yoruba ni mi' (I'm a Yoruba man).

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Former wrestler opens ICT library in Ghana

Sports Brief earlier reported that Ghanaian-American wrestler, Kofi Kingston, recently built a magnificent ICT library for the people of Atwima Takyiman in Ghana.

The 41-year-old, who was born in Ghana before he and his family emigrated to the US at a young age, is giving back to the community that raised him.

Kingston, the winner of WrestleMania 35, shared updates of the library dubbed as the CLICK for Quality Education Foundation on his social media pages.

Source: Sports Brief News