Eagles Player Cuts Wrestling Promo At Super Bowl Parade

It was only a matter of time before someone on the Philadelphia Eagles would cut some type of pro wrestling promo

During the Eagles Super Bowl celebration parade, Eagles center Jason Kelce cut a passionate Stone Cold Steve Austin-like promo where he highlighted many of the criticisms the team has heard throughout the NFL season. Kelce spoke in short sentences and it was only a matter of time before people figured out that was going to be their cue to chant the iconic "What?" chant after every sentence.

“Jason Peters was told he was too old, didn’t have it anymore. Before he got hurt, he was the best freaking tackle in the NFL. Stefen Wisniewski wasn’t good enough. Jason Kelce’s too small. Lane Johnson can’t lay off the juice. Brandon Brooks has anxiety. Carson Wentz didn’t go to a Division One school. Nick Foles don’t got it. Corey Clement is too slow. LeGarrette Blount don’t got it no more. Jay Ajayi can’t stay healthy. Torrey Smith can’t catch. Nelson Agholor can’t catch. Zach Ertz can’t block. Brent Celek’s too old. Brandon Graham was drafted too high. Vinny Curry ain’t got it. Beau Allen can’t fit the scheme. Mychal Kendricks can’t fit the scheme. Nigel Bradham can’t catch. Jalen Mills can’t cover. Patrick Robinson can’t cover. It’s the whole team!”

Of course, Philadelphia has a longstanding history with pro wrestling. The city was host to many ECW events in the 1990 and recently hosted the 2018 Royal Rumble as well as all Royal Rumble weekend events including RAW, SmackDown and NXT TakeOver: Philadelphia.

The Eagles defeated the New England Patriots on February 4 41-33 to win their first Super Bowl in franchise history. Kelce's promo can be seen in the video above.

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