Marshawn Lynch ghost rides a monster truck, demolishes Jeep (vid)
To say that Marshawn Lynch is enjoying his retirement just might be a huge understatement.
The former Seattle Seahawks superstar has been everywhere since calling it a career. And his latest endeavor involved ghost riding a monster truck before using it to demolish a Jeep.
Lynch’s madcap foray into vehicular destruction was part of an upcoming appearance on Discovery’s high octane show, “Diesel Brothers.” Watch as Lynch does a bit of ghost riding before going Beast Mode on that Jeep.
Lynch of course has a history with ghost riding. Back in 2006, Lynch, then a running back for the Cal Bears, commandeered an injury cart following a victory over the Washington Huskies.
Marshawn Lynch Tippin' his Whip: http://t.co/TgRdhnpY via @youtube BEST CAL PLAYER IN THE TEDFORD ERA! And that's saying a lot
— Luke Straub (@abso_luke_ly) January 7, 2013
Let’s just say the move certainly set the stage for the future NFL star’s foray into delightful eccentricity.
Even better, Cal actually celebrated Lynch’s antics with a ghost ride-themed Bobblehead last season.
All that aside, the video of Lynch ghost riding a monster truck might just be the most quintessential Marshawn Lynch clip of all-time.
Then again, footage of Lynch popping wheelies on a Skittles BMX bike in Scotland before narrowly avoiding getting hit by a bus would be a worthy alternative as well.
Marshawn Lynch had a close call while doing wheelies on a BMX bike in Scotland!
(Via @jobbyweecher) #Seahawks pic.twitter.com/pQmGuV5Cg0
— NFL UK (@NFLUK) January 18, 2017
Yeah. In other words, it’s good to be Marshawn Lynch. As it’s always been.