Usain Bolt wants all the smoke.
The war of words between the 100-meter dash world-record holder and Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill continued this week.
In a Thursday appearance on Fox Sports’ “Dan Patrick Show,” Bolt offered a compromise between a 40-yard dash and a 100-meter dash: 70 meters. He also raised the stakes: an Olympic medal against a Super Bowl ring.
“Line up then stop hiding,” the Chiefs star wrote on Twitter.
Hill previously called Bolt “washed up” and saying the 34 year old couldn’t beat him in a 40-yard dash.
During the Super Bowl festivities in 2019, Bolt casually lined up in sweatpants and ran an NFL-record 4.22 40-yard dash. Hill ran a 4.29 during his draft combine back in 2016.
If you are wondering how they would look during a race, check this out:WANT MORE FROM TOTALPROSPORTS? FOLLOW US ON GOOGLE NEWS.