The Internet Reacts to Richard Sherman's Epic Postgame Interview

Kenny Dorset@kdorsetDirector of Social MediaJanuary 20, 2014

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Football fans had some fun after Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman went into WWE mode during his postgame interview with Fox Sports' Erin Andrews. 

The people at Benstonium.com set Shermam's interview to a segment with WWE's "Mean" Gene Okerlund (h/t Kissing Suzy Kolber):

Plenty of people across the Internet chimed in with some fantastic memes:

Poor Erin Andrews:

We 100 percent support this idea from Bleacher Report's Mike Freeman:

Meanwhile, another NFL player named Crabtree was having his own issues. It appears some fans got Tampa Bay Bucs tight end Tom Crabtree confused with the 49ers receiver. 

Detroit Tigers pitcher Justin Verlander tells everyone what would happen if Sherman played in MLB: 

In case you missed it, here's the interview.

Media day with Sherman should be very interesting to say the least. 

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