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Those of us who were alive in 1989 when Christian Okoye went for 1,480 yards and 12 TDs remember a running back that seemed impossible to tackle at 6-1, 253 pounds and nicknamed the Nigerian Nightmare. That was good enough for an overall rank of 8th in fantasy points that season, if your dad was playing fantasy back then. And then the injuries started to pile up, one thing led to another and the Nightmare was out of football.
Flash-forward to 2018 and Okoye is 56, he has a successful foundation that promotes health and athleticism in children and he’s now venturing into the world of weed. He’s teamed up with Kannaway, the first hemp lifestyle network to offer phyto-cannabinoid botanical products, help people feed their endocannabinoid systems and lead happier, healthier lives.
As for today’s podcast, we have lifelong Chiefs fan Nick Wegman teaming up with Podcast Paul. This is Nick’s first interview – ever. You’ll be able to tell. The poor guy has trouble getting words out at times, just stunned that he’s talking to one of his childhood idols. As for Paul, he’s a fake Chiefs fan when his buddies drag him to Arrowhead. He’s an old pro at this and rarely, if ever, gets butterflies in his stomach. Just another interview.