The winner of the Super Bowl LIV, Tyreek Hill, comes up to the challenge addressed to him by Usain Bolt. The war between the track & field legend and the Kansas City Chiefs receiver started a while ago. In August, the Jamaican said that Hill is too afraid to bet his Championship Ring in a head-to-head competition. In answer, Tyreek Hill said that he is ready to take on the challenge. He is confident that he will manage to beat the eight-time Olympic gold medallist and retain his ring.
Usain Bolt retired from all track & field competitions in 2017 and since then he has been an entrepreneur and a music producer. In the same year, statistics show that the Jamaican was in 3rd place in highest paid athlete through social media and sponsors. Tyreek Hill, on the other hand, received his nickname “Cheetah” because of his incredible speed. At a young age he took part in several athletics competitions. Hill has a personal best in 100-meter dash of 10.19s. He has managed to go below the 10-second mark in an official competition, but his 9.98s time was wind-assisted. In comparison, Usain Bolt’s world record from the 2009 World Championship stands at 9.58s.
Tyreek Hill Still Gunning For Usain Bolt Race, I'll Bet My SB Ring On It!https://t.co/sYabzRKsTf
— TMZ Sports (@TMZ_Sports) November 30, 2021
Tyreek Hill started off his American football career with the Kansas City Chiefs in 2016. He has been part of this team ever since then and in he won the Super Bowl in 2019, defeating the San Francisco 49ers in the final. The wide receiver has also been named three times first-team All-Pro (2016, 2018, 2020). Lately, the Chiefs have reached another Super Bowl, but came up short against Tom Brady and his Tampa Bay Buccaneers.