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Someone Tried To Troll Richard Sherman On Twitter After Super Bowl Victory. Richard Sherman Won.

Someone Tried To Troll Richard Sherman On Twitter After Super Bowl Victory. Richard Sherman Won.

Being a twitter troll is a fine art in the modern age.

As we saw earlier in the week in the case of Manchester United’s Michael Carrick, it can wield hilarious results.

However, just a word of warning, when choosing an athlete to troll for their poor performances, it’s probably not the wisest move to ridicule Seattle Seahawks Super Bowl winning cornerback, Richard Sherman.

By Stuart Hynd – @supers0nic_

Sherman’s would-be troll sent him the following tweet, claiming he contributed nothing in the Seahawks Super Bowl win against the Denver Broncos on Sunday:

https://twitter.com/snbeternally/status/430855109149347841

But as we mentioned, when the guy you’re attempting to troll has the Vince Lombardi trophy in hand, you should probably just take a step back:

Sherman 1-0 Twitter.

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