WWE Superstars The Miz, Titus O’Neil, Cesaro and R-Truth attended today’s Celebrity Flag Football game on ESPNews ahead of the SuperBowl tomorrow night at Raymond James Stadium.
At halftime of the game in Clearwater, Florida, former NFL Quarterback Doug Flutie rolled up R-Truth, who was his teammate for the special game, winning the 24/7 Championship in the process.
This comes after R-Truth won back the 24/7 Championship on Monday during a special live remote broadcast from Peter Rosenberg, starting his 48th reign with the divisive title.
A shocker in the sand! @DougFlutie pinned #CelebSweat Flag football teammate @RonKillings to win the 24/7 Title at halftime! #AndNew pic.twitter.com/irAf1orfpK
— WWE (@WWE) February 6, 2021
Doug Flutie, aged 58-years-old, retired from the NFL in 2005 after a combined ten years in the league, playing for the likes of Buffalo Bills and San Diego Chargers.
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