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The Wildcat releases his own swaggy workout video

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By now, you’ve seen John Calipari’s swaggy workout video in which he says he has to get into shape because he won’t have Tyler Ulis to help him coach next season. This morning, the Wildcat mascot released his own workout video in which he says (with the help of signs because cats don’t talk) he’s getting in shape because Jamal Murray won’t be around any more to fire arrows into the crowd to get them hyped:

He even has a picture of Murray propped up on his elliptical to motivate him, along with Calipari’s favorite song, “Hey Soul Sister,” playing in the background.

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Props to the Wildcat and the KyWildcats crew for a funny follow-up, although, if his performance in the halftime shooting contest with Ryan Lemond is any indication, the Wildcat really needs to get in the practice gym and work on his jump shot.

Article written by Mrs. Tyler Thompson

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2 Comments for The Wildcat releases his own swaggy workout video

  1. Souf beach Lou
    11:23 am April 29, 2016 Permalink

    Why don’t we have a female mascot? Florida has a male and female alligator but kentucky has two, TWO male cat mascots. I can go along with one mascot being male but then kentucky goes out of its way to put two male cats out there. Why not a female mascot? Is this a title 9 issue? Do we have to get Kim Davis involved? I have no problem with 2 male cats that are really “close friends” living together, I don’t judge the life choices of others, but I think if kentucky were to get a female cat mascot she would be the hottest mascot in the SEC

    • memphis
      1:43 pm April 29, 2016 Permalink

      It’s been over two hours since you wrote this. How many times have you been back to see how many responses it got? I’m guessing at least four or five.