Ron Burgundy Interviews Peyton Manning in Hilarious Fashion
Who doesn’t love some good comedy? We all know what Will Ferrell is a big fan and NFL quarterback Peyton Manning is obviously one of the biggest jokers in all of sports. This is why it was an easy decision for all involved to have Ron Burgundy interview the famous quarterback for a segment on ESPN.
Check out this hilarious clip of Burgundy and Manning discussing some odd ball topics:
This is just one of the many things Ferrell has done to promote Anchorman 2, which hits theaters this Christmas. Burgundy also guest-anchored a recent newscast in North Dakota and he’s set to anchor Sportscenter on Thursday December 5th.
The commercials and guest spots he’s done to promote Anchorman 2 have all been pretty funny, but I’m not sold the actual movie will be good. There will definitely be some funny parts and one-liners to make us laugh, but can the sequel even be close to as good as the original? I don’t think it will be, so I’m just going to go into it with low expectations and hope to be pleasantly surprised.
As for Manning, he’s once again got the Denver Broncos in first place in the AFC. The Broncos are currently in the driver’s seat to clinch home-field advantage and a first round bye in the upcoming playoffs. People are skeptical that he can win in cold weather, but I like his chances much more in cold weather at home than on the road.
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