Those bunch of jerks are at it again.
The Carolina Hurricanes defeated the St. Louis Blues 5-2 at PNC Arena Friday night, meaning a postgame Storm Surge would be in the offing.
This time, they invited a celebrity guest to be a part of it.
As Hurricanes players clapped at center ice, the lights suddenly went black in the arena. A spotlight was then pointed at the Hurricanes tunnel.
Out came boxing legend Evander Holyfield, who had a beef to settle with Hurricanes center Jordan Martinook.
The two combatants took to center ice and brawled… except it only took Holyfield one punch to knock Martinook out.
Stormy, the team’s mascot and apparently a WBA sanctioned referree, held Holyfield’s arm up in celebration as Hurricanes players celebrated with the champ.
Meanwhile, Justin Williams and Michael Ferland dragged their “unconscious” teammate off the ice by his skates.
Holyfield wore a customized jersey with the number 4X, symbolizing the fact that he’s a four-time world heavyweight champion.
The last time Martinook fought was a year ago against Avalanche superstar Nathan MacKinnon.
He lost that one too.
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