Vulgar, Manziel-demanding Browns fan has some thoughts on golf, too
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Vulgar, Manziel-demanding Browns fan has some thoughts on golf, too


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As you might imagine, Cleveland Browns fans were upset when their team got down 27-3 to the Pittsburgh Steelers in their NFL season opener on Sunday. Many were clamoring for Johnny Manziel to take over for starter Brian Hoyer at the half, including a Browns fan that apparently had to take a drive to blow off a LOT of steam...and record it for YouTube.

(It's really vulgar.)



Turns out this guy, who goes by El Presador, has over 200,000 YouTube subscribers. He also is putting lives at risk with his dashcam recordings, but we digress. Back in Augst, El Presador also shared some salient thoughts on why golf is struggling. This video, too, is profane.

Some takeaway quotes:

"Golf ain't dead because people don't want to play no more. It's dead because the God d---, old, retired, white etiquette, God d--- bull---- is in place. Remember 'Happy Gilmore'? If crowds were like that, golf would be popular again."

"Who in the f--- right mind wants to play with a 15-inch cup? It's like having a God d--- Special Olympics as a golf tournament."

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