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I-Want-Troy's-Hair
08-15-2008, 08:54 PM
ocho cinco = ocho ass hole

http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/954999/michael_phelps_challenged_to_race_by.html

Chad Johnson, the star wide receiver for the Cincinnati Bengals who likes to be called "Ocho Cinco," has challenged Olympian swimming gold medalist Michael Phelps to a race. On ESPN's "Pardon The Interruption" Wednesday, August 13, Johnson went on a tirade about Michael Phelps, stating that "the problem with Michael Phelps is there's no competition where he is."

For those out of the loop, Michael Phelps is at the 2008 Beijing Summer Olympics breaking swimming records (five so far).

Chad Johnson, never one to restrain himself from saying something that might be considered asinine, went on to say that he knew several people in Liberty City (Miami) that could beat Phelps in a race. He says that if Phelps went to Liberty City, he would find these people that could beat him in the inner city, people who could not make it to Beijing to compete. Johnson also stated that he was three times Charles Hadly school champ.

Charles Hadley, for those curious to know, is an elementary school in Miami, Florida. Apparently, Chad Johnson believes that his prowess as a swimmer in his pre-teen years qualifies him as a world-class swimmer on the par with -- nay, better than -- Michael Phelps and hundreds of other Olympians. And Johnson might be a decent swimmer, but this would be something to see.

Thus far, Michael Phelps has made no comment as to whether he will accept Chad Johnson's challenge. Perhaps he has something more important to do, such as getting ready to break or tie Mark Spitz' Olympic record.

But this isn't Johnson's first media exposition of his unlimited talent for making an ass out of himself.

In one outing against the Tennessee Titans, Johnson was quoted: "Tennessee is a very country-type state. Maybe I can practice on some type of country-western dance where they'll know what I'm doing."

Preacher
08-15-2008, 09:13 PM
And this surprises us how?

Sad. Truly sad.

X-Terminator
08-15-2008, 10:40 PM
And yet, there are still some people who think Ocho Dinko is the bee's knees. :shake01:

tony hipchest
08-15-2008, 11:27 PM
panocha stinko would sink straight to the bottom of a pool with that nugget on his neck. the only pool he's ever swam in is flava flav's gene pool.

stlrtruck
08-16-2008, 01:44 AM
I think Phelps should take him, PRIME TIME, the first MONDAY NIGHT GAME of the year...live, national television, in Miami...with the following conditions:

If Ocho Stinko wins he receives all of Phelps' gold medals
If Ocho Stinko loses he must quit football and dig ditches for a living, and he has to polish all the Super Bowl Trophies in Pittsburgh once every week while wearing a full contamination suit (as not to contaminate the trophies)

Aussie_steeler
08-16-2008, 02:49 AM
I found footage of the Liberty City Charles Hadly school swimming championships.

I have to agree with CJ. It looks like he would take Phelps given the chance on his home turf.

http://i266.photobucket.com/albums/ii247/whitefalcon78/ghetto_swimming_pool.jpg

Galax Steeler
08-16-2008, 04:43 AM
I found footage of the Liberty City Charles Hadly school swimming championships.

I have to agree with CJ. It looks like he would take Phelps given the chance on his home turf.

http://i266.photobucket.com/albums/ii247/whitefalcon78/ghetto_swimming_pool.jpg

:toofunny::toofunny:

millwalldavey
08-16-2008, 07:54 AM
I hate when this guy opens his stupid mouth about things he does not understand... he must have been starved for attention as a baby and cannot stand anyone else in the spotlight...

That said... I love him for his in game stuff. He said the people pay for a show and he tries to give them one. HE had enough balls to jump in the Dawg Pound for God's sake!

JUST LEAVE PHLEPS ALONE! Even if he is a Ratbirds fan!

Mosca
08-16-2008, 09:20 AM
Yeah, those Olympic athletes are a bunch of cakes! No training, no competition, they just sit around the pool all day drinking lemonade and vodka, feeling up the ladies and getting tanned... and then at the end of the day, they swim a lap or two and try on the medals, and pick the one they want.

What a moron. My bet is that Phelps had probably put in somewhere between twice as much and three times as much training in his life as CJ has, if not more. Especially in a sport like swimming. Anyone who has had kids in high school swimming knows about the ungodly hours for practice; many kids are at the pool at 6AM.

Next thing you know, he'll challenge Lance Armstrong to a bicycle race.

PisnNapalm
08-16-2008, 09:29 AM
I think Phelps should take him, PRIME TIME, the first MONDAY NIGHT GAME of the year...live, national television, in Miami...with the following conditions:

If Ocho Stinko wins he receives all of Phelps' gold medals
If Ocho Stinko loses he must quit football and dig ditches for a living, and he has to polish all the Super Bowl Trophies in Pittsburgh once every week while wearing a full contamination suit (as not to contaminate the trophies)

Ok with all that except for Stinko polishing the trophies. He doesn't deserve to stand in teh same room with them, let alone touch them. :tt:

Texasteel
08-16-2008, 09:50 AM
With all due respect, which in CJs case is none, I can not see him as a swimmer.
I believe he would drown mainly because he just can't keep his mouth shut.

GBMelBlount
08-16-2008, 10:33 AM
Next thing you know, he'll challenge Lance Armstrong to a bicycle race.

I think Lance might still beat him by an "Ocho" hair. But "Big Wheels," now THAT would be a good race!

CantStop85
08-16-2008, 11:59 AM
Yeah, those Olympic athletes are a bunch of cakes! No training, no competition, they just sit around the pool all day drinking lemonade and vodka, feeling up the ladies and getting tanned... and then at the end of the day, they swim a lap or two and try on the medals, and pick the one they want.

What a moron. My bet is that Phelps had probably put in somewhere between twice as much and three times as much training in his life as CJ has, if not more. Especially in a sport like swimming. Anyone who has had kids in high school swimming knows about the ungodly hours for practice; many kids are at the pool at 6AM.

Next thing you know, he'll challenge Lance Armstrong to a bicycle race.

Well, he did race a horse already. :chuckle:

VWGoSc28B1M

HometownGal
08-16-2008, 12:21 PM
Well, he did race a horse already. :chuckle:



And the horse's ass stayed behind. :chuckle:

For those out of the loop, Michael Phelps is at the 2008 Beijing Summer Olympics breaking swimming records (five so far).


Phelps is up to 7 golds now. :thumbsup:

STFU Itcho Crotcho. The only pool where you would be king is a cesspool. :poop:

Godfather
08-16-2008, 02:09 PM
Doesn't Chad know brothers can't swim?? :sofunny:

MACH1
08-16-2008, 02:16 PM
The boy needs to put down the pipe and come back to reality.


http://www.joe-ks.com/archives_aug2003/PipeSmoker.jpg

CantStop85
08-16-2008, 08:47 PM
Doesn't Chad know brothers can't swim?? :sofunny:

:chuckle:

I thought about saying that but was afraid of the possible backlash. :wink02:

CantStop85
08-19-2008, 05:26 PM
Michael Phelps accepts Chad Johnson's challenge

August 19, 2008 10:00 AM

Posted by ESPN.com's James Walker

Through modern technology, multi-time Olympic swimming champion Michael Phelps saw Chad Johnson's challenge from halfway around the world in Beijing, China.

Phelps' response?

"I want to race Chad Johnson; I saw that on SportsCenter," Phelps said in an in-depth interview with ESPN's Jeremy Schaap. "He was saying he wants to race, so let's race."

Phelps isn't backing down from the NFL Pro Bowler. And why should he? He's won eight gold medals in this summer's Olympic Games in one of the most dominating performances in sports history.

Phelps, a Baltimore native, also said he will race Johnson on foot if that's what it takes to get "Ocho Cinco" in the pool.

"He will smoke me, but I'll race him on land,'' Phelps said.

With that in mind, the AFC North version of the Blog Network has come up with a terrific idea for the Michael Phelps-Chad Johnson challenge: The two will have one 100-meter race on land, one 100-meter race in the pool, and the lowest combined time wins the contest.

They should have no problem finding sponsors. So the winner of the Phelps-Johnson challenge gets to donate the proceeds to their favorite charity. (I think I'm on to something here)!

But don't expect this to happen anytime soon. Johnson injured his left shoulder Sunday in a preseason game against the Detroit Lions.

Phelps discussed the challenge with Jeremy Schaap in this video.

Article and video can be found here: http://myespn.go.com/blogs/afcnorth/0-0-207/Michael-Phelps-accepts-Chad-Johnson-s-challenge.html

Mosca
08-19-2008, 07:08 PM
They should have no problem finding sponsors. So the winner of the Phelps-Johnson challenge gets to donate the proceeds to their favorite charity. (I think I'm on to something here)!

Except if Chad wins, instead of charity he will donate the proceeds to "a special lady in the audience tonight...."

:sofunny:

revefsreleets
08-19-2008, 07:36 PM
Chad is "smart" in the sense that he knows the lowest common denominator involves him jumping some kind of shark and all the idiotic pub that will follow. His skills on the field diminish in direct proportion to his off-field dog and pony show.

I'm out. Chad can arm wrestle Polar Bears for all I care...I'm done paying attention to that douchebag.

CantStop85
08-19-2008, 09:14 PM
I'm done paying attention to that douchebag.

I call BS on that one. :chuckle:

revefsreleets
08-20-2008, 07:40 AM
Unless he gets arrested, or gets knocked out again, I'm not saying a single word or paying any attention to that doucher.

Game week might be an exception.

lamberts-lost-tooth
08-20-2008, 11:13 AM
I would rather have Phelps on my football team...than Chad on my swimming team.

Screw that!!!...I would rather have Phelps on my football team than Chad on my football team!!:doh:

stlrtruck
08-20-2008, 06:17 PM
I would rather have Phelps on my football team...than Chad on my swimming team.

Screw that!!!...I would rather have Phelps on my football team than Chad on my football team!!:doh:

At least you know Phelps is going to give you everything he has every play.

I.C. Lights
10-05-2008, 11:45 PM
Did this happen yet? If not, here's what I think would go down....

OK, so it's the combined lowest time of the 100 dash and the 100 meter free....

100 run
Phelps: let's say 12.30 (avg for a 22 yr. old male)
Johnson: I don't know - let's be generous and say 10.00

100 free
Phelps: 47.51
Johnson: let's be very generous and say 1:00.00 (a good high school / D-III time)

So that leaves Phelps about 10 seconds lower. Phelps wins

Wait a second....what if we add IQ?

IQ
Phelps: 110 (?)
Johnson: again, very generous: 37

Wow, Johnson now has the lowest score. Johnson wins! I knew he could do it! :laughing: