Soon you’ll have your chance to have breakfast with UFC lightweight champion Anthony Pettis. Kind of.
Wheaties announced on Tuesday that Pettis is the latest athlete to be named to “Team Wheaties,” the exclusive set of athletes associated with the popular breakfast cereal.
Now begins the flood of breakfast goers seeking to eat Wheaties and magically perform Showtime kicks. Let’s be careful, folks.
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