Reaction to Joe Biden’s Tweet After Super Bowl LVIII
The recently concluded Super Bowl LVII saw the Kansas City Chiefs emerge victorious once again, making it their consecutive title win. The game against the San Francisco 49ers went into overtime, but in the end, the Chiefs came out on top. Following the Super Bowl, President Joe Biden’s official account shared a tweet that caught the attention of many, including former 5-time ADCC champion Gordon Ryan.
Unexpected Tweet from Joe Biden
Gordon Ryan, like most fans, had his eyes glued to the 58th edition of the Super Bowl, only to be surprised by a tweet from Joe Biden that sparked his reaction. The tweet from Biden’s account showed a graphic of the President with glowing red eyes, possibly a nod to the Chiefs’ colors. However, it was the caption that raised eyebrows, saying, “Just like we drew it up.” Fans speculated about the meaning behind the tweet, with some joking about possible game manipulation and a bizarre link to singer Taylor Swift. Gordon Ryan took notice of the tweet and had an intriguing response.
Gordon Ryan’s Take on the Tweet
The 5-time ADCC champion shared Joe Biden’s post on his Instagram story, expressing his surprise that the post was actually from the President himself. Initially, Ryan thought it was from a conservative page but soon realized it was indeed Biden who posted it. He shared his amusement, stating, “I saw this and thought this graphic was from some conservative page… nope lol.” While Ryan reacted to Biden’s tweet, several MMA fighters also shared their thoughts on the Super Bowl event.
UFC Fighters’ Reactions to Super Bowl LVIII
Former UFC fighter Nate Diaz showed support for the San Francisco 49ers despite their loss, particularly as it was their first Super Bowl appearance in five years. Diaz didn’t hold back, taking a dig at the victors post-game. Additionally, Terrance McKinney weighed in on the game, suggesting that the outcome may have been influenced. Meanwhile, Derek Brunson, a former UFC and current PFL fighter, voiced his dismay over an incident involving Chiefs’ tight end Travis Kelce. Brunson called for Kelce to apologize to head coach Andy Reid following a dispute during a crucial moment in the game.
The Super Bowl game this time around was a closely contested one, drawing diverse reactions from athletes across different sports disciplines. While the Chiefs secured another title win, the event sparked various discussions and opinions among fans and professionals alike.