He may not be the Incredible Hulk, Ironman or Superman, but price per head sportsbooks believe that what American bobsledder Johnny Quinn did at the Sochi Olympics is worthy of at least a full page in a superhero comic book, or perhaps a scene in an X-Man movie.
Pay per head services found out that on Saturday, Quinn was in his bathroom in Russia’s Olympic Village in Sochi when for some reason the door jammed.
And not surprisingly, Quinn, being a former NFL player, smashed down the door with swift, hard punches. Then he decided to take take a picture of the apocalyptic ruins of the bathroom door and post it on social media, and price per head sportsbooks could not believe the wreckage, but found it quite amusing.
He said that his bobsled teammates and neighbors did not hear his cries – or loud bangs – for help, so he did what he had to do.
“I was sitting there, banging on random parts of the wall, seeing if I could catch someone’s attention,” he said. “And as I’m banging on random parts, going around the bathroom, I kind of hit the door and it cracks. And so I go a little bit harder, and my fist goes through the door.”
The 220-pound, 6-foot athlete knows his way around speed and quick movements. A former Green Bay Packers football player who’s very well known with pay per head services, the 30-year-old also ran track at the University of North Texas in Denton.
But he said that it’s his bobsled push training that was useful during the break out, and price per head sportsbooks also believe that the sport’s discipline could have played a big role in his daring escape.
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Quinn and his teammates will compete on February 16. Price per head sportsbooks can’t wait to see how he will perform in this competition – and they seriously hope that he doesn’t get stuck in another bathroom again while in Sochi.