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Chad Ocho Cinco to Race Usain Bolt?

CENTURY CITY, CA - JUNE 07:  Snoop Dogg, Baron Davis, and Chad Johnson attend the Cedars Sinai Medical Center's 24th Annual Sports Spectacular held on June 7, 2009 in Century City, California.  (Photo by Jason Merritt/Getty Images for Cedars-Sinai)
Lars HansonAnalyst IAugust 16, 2009

Oh the show that never Cece's to stop. Chad Ocho Cinco, the Bengals star wide receiver and cheerleader has something new to challenged other than NFL defensive backs.

Via twitter Chad was telling all of his followers to go turn on NBC and watch Usain Bolt and Tyson Gay in the 100M sprint.

After Bolt won with a new world record, Chad tweeted and said "Holy ( expletive) 9.58, Child stuttering pppppplllllleeaaasssseee!!!!"

About three hourse after that post Ocho Cinco went to his all american agent. The one and only Drew Rosenhaus.

Here is the quote from the one and only Chad Ocho Cinco to his agent Drew Rosenhaus.

"Drew I want to race Usain Bolt in the 20, 20-yard dash, once he opens up you can kiss the baby goodbye!!!!!"

You heard it from the words of Ocho, he wants to race Usain Bolt.

Now last season he raced a horse and won, but he had a huge risk doing it. Most likely if anything where to happen it would be a secure deal and he would not try to pull anything.

Its a great idea and a great money marketing idea from Drew and Chad.

Wait for more news on this subject as times goes on.

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