Lil Wayne may have found a new career.
Weezy appeared on ESPN on Tuesday -- the network is really becoming his second home, after two other appearances in the last two weeks -- and put on his announcer hat. The rapper got on the mic to recreate some famous sports calls, and did so, of course, with his own Tunechi twist.
I'm gonna go ahead and say it: ESPN should hire Lil Wayne to be a full-time announcer. I'd prefer if it were during NFL coverage or for NBA games, but I'd probably tune in to hear him make calls about hockey, golf, bowling and who knows what else, too.
You would, too, right?
Now, let's take a look at the originals, to see how Tune stacks up.
"Havlicek Stole the Ball!"
Celtics announcer Johnny Most is credited with this one, from the 1965 NBA playoffs.
"Down Goes Frazier!"
Legendary broadcaster Howard Cosell made this call during the 1973 bout between and Joe Frazier and George Foreman.
"The Band Is Out On The Field!"
Radio announcer Joe Starkey went nuts during this wacky play between Cal and Stanford in 1982.
"Do You Believe In Miracles?"
This call was originally made by Al Michael, as the U.S. upset the Soviet Union in the 1980 Winter Olympics.
"Send It In, Jerome!"
Longtime college basketball analyst Bill Raftery lost it when Jerome Lane shattered a backboard in 1988.