UNC-Wilmington Baseball Players Show Off WWE Moves During Rain Delay

Kyle Newport@@KyleNewportFeatured ColumnistJune 1, 2015

via @NCAACWS

Although no baseball fan wishes for Mother Nature to stop a game, college baseball rain delays are becoming must-see shows.

Sunday's NCAA tournament game between the Tulane Green Wave and the North Carolina-Wilmington Seahawks in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, was delayed by more than three hours because of rain. As a result, the players had to find a way to stay loose.

During the rain delay, a couple of Seahawks players turned the field into a wrestling ring and showed off their best WWE moves.

That's not the only thing that happened. Players from both squads engaged in a free-throw contest, too:

[NCAA Baseball]

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