Marshawn Lynch On “Cold As Balls”

Marshawn Lynch On "Cold As Balls"

Seahawks legend Marshawn Lynch talks the horrible call that lost him a Super Bowl, his reaction when drafted to the Bills on “Cold As Balls”.

We at The DigiSpot share this week’s episode of “Cold As Balls” from Kevin Hart’s Laugh Out Loud featuring 5x Pro Bowler Marshawn Lynch.

In one of the rare interviews he has done recently, the Super Bowl champ joins Kevin in the ice tubs to discuss the aftermath of losing Super Bowl XLIX to the Patriots, after the Seahawks didn’t let him run in the ball on the 1 yard line.

After the game, he had a hilarious run in with Lenny Kravitz, and the team was given 76 cases of Hennessey to mourn the loss.

You can watch below as Marshawn also talks about how shocked he was when he moved out to Buffalo, and the moment he knew he was going to be big time.

Episode Highlights Include:

  • Lynch tells Kevin the moment he realized he was going far in football – he received a handwritten letter from a college during his sophomore year, after rushing 1000+ yards (4:27 – 5:01)
  • Marshawn dishes on his real reaction to being drafted to the Buffalo Bills. He was pissed when he got out there because it was straight snow and slush. “You talkin’ bout 7 feet of snow, I’m driving out my driveway through like a cave of ice.” (6:23 – 7:18)
  • “Beast Mode” reflects on the aftermath of losing Super Bowl XLIX to the Patriots, when Seahawks decided to pass the ball instead of letting him run it through the 1 yard line leading to an interception. (8:36 – 10:04)
  • Marshawn also shares his run in with Lenny Kravitz right after losing the game, and likely scaring the hell out of him. (9:00 – 9:26)
  • Marshawn dishes on what went down at the Seahawks’ resort after that game – where they gave him and the team 76 cases of Hennessey (10:49 – 11:26)

New episodes of Cold As Balls air each Tuesday on Kevin Hart’s Laugh Out Loud YouTube channel, Cold As Balls Facebook page, and Hart’s Facebook page. Guests still to come on this season include Malcolm Jenkins, Von Miller, George Kittle, DK Metcalf, and Shaun White.

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