Nick Wright Doused With Ketchup and Mustard After Lost Bet to Colin Cowherd

Nick Wright on a December 16th, 2020 episode of The Herd:

Nick Wright: “I’m going to test your meddle on how much you believe in the ‘best team in football’, the Buffalo Bills. I’d like to make a wager with you, Colin. Let’s set the Bills playoff victory over/under at one, meaning if they win zero playoff games I win, and if they win two or more you win – one is a push… The loser has to do THIS in homage to the Bills Mafia. On TV, if the Bills make the conference championship or further I will do that, and if they go one-and-done in the playoffs, YOU will do that, preferably with Joy with the mustard and ketchup in hand, but you can negotiate that on your own. You can wear the goggles that they wear in championship celebrations. THAT’S the wager, are you in??”
Colin Cowherd: “Am I willing to go here??”
Joy Taylor: “No, Nick, I think you missed the bar on the audience. That is not a Colin Cowherd thing!”
Colin: “So if they win ONE playoff game it’s just a push. You’re saying they’re going to win NONE, and then YOU have to do that??”
Nick: “Correct.”
Colin: “Okay. I’ll do the bet!”

Watch Nick Wright make good on his December 16th bet with Colin Cowherd, where Nick promised he would pull off an infamous stunt made popular by diehards in the Bills Mafia, and get doused in ketchup and mustard if the Buffalo Bills made it to the AFC Championship Game.

Wright, a Chiefs fan, took exception to Colin ranking the Bills ahead of the Chiefs in the last four weeks of Colin’s ‘Herd Hierarchy’ rankings.

The Bills, of course, advanced to the conference title game after two home playoff victories against the Colts and Ravens.

Check out the hilarious segment above as Nick hysterically fulfilled his promise to Colin and Joy Taylor.

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