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Video: Jason Cummings Wrestling Grado in Hibs’ Canteen is the Best Thing Ever

Video: Jason Cummings Wrestling Grado in Hibs’ Canteen is the Best Thing Ever

Jason Cummings versus Grado at Wrestlemania 34 – make it happen, WWE.

The Hibs striker might have one of the biggest games of his team’s season when they play Aberdeen in the Scottish Cup semi-final on Saturday, but that won’t stop him having a bit of fun.

Scottish wrestler Grado was at Hibs’ training ground this afternoon for some random reason and Cummings couldn’t resist taking him on in a special match.

In the below video posted by Cummings to Twitter, he’s seen in the changing room half-naked with some bandages around his head and a sock on his hand.

As Dylan McGeouch pulls a speaker playing Madonna’s ‘Like A Prayer’, the Hibees striker – nicknamed ‘Cumdog’ – walks into the canteen to confront Grado before getting involved in a match on a couch with special referee Grant Holt.

Grado

When you see Cummings stand on top of a cabinet to frog splash on to Grado, it’s easy to forget Hibs play such a big game in just a few days.

But who cares when it leads to something as funny as this? Even his manager Neil Lennon is killing himself laughing as the rest of the squad watch on:

Even if Cummings had injured himself, we’d say it’s worth it.

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