Joe Biden’s “Just Like We Drew It Up” Super Bowl Tweet After Kansas City Chiefs’ Win Sparks Gordon Ryan’s Reaction

Published 02/12/2024, 4:56 AM EST

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We are done with the Super Bowl LVII, but we did not get new champions. Kansas City Chiefs secured consecutive title wins after beating the San Francisco 49ers in a game that went into overtime. Following the Super Bowl, President Joe Biden‘s X account shared an unusual tweet, which drew the attention of former 5-time ADCC champion, Gordon Ryan.

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Gordon Ryan, like many others, had his eyes on the 58th edition of the coveted Super Bowl but bumped into a post from Joe Biden that prompted a reaction out of him. Let’s see what that was all about.

Gordon Ryan reacts to Joe Biden’s tweet

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The President of the United States’s official X account had a brief reaction to the Kansas City Chiefs securing a consecutive Super Bowl win. The graphics showed Biden’s face with his eyes glowing in red. A reference to the Chiefs’ colors, perhaps? But what raised eyebrows was the caption.

It read, “Just like we drew it up.” While we don’t know what he meant to say by that, fans joked the tweet could have been a reference to potential manipulation of the game and an endorsement by popular singer Taylor Swift. Meanwhile, Gordon Ryan had an interesting reaction to the post.

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The 5-time ADCC champion shared Joe Biden’s post as a story on Instagram. There, he mentioned that the post might have been uploaded by someone else. But Ryan was surprised to find out that it was the President himself. “I saw this and thought this graphic was from some conservative page… nope lol,” said the 28-year-old martial artist. Meanwhile, the Super Bowl also drew reactions from many MMA fighters as well.

UFC fighters react to the Super Bowl LVIII

Former UFC fighter Nate Diaz was among the bunch who extended their support to the 49ers despite their loss. It was their first Super Bowl game in five years. Moreover, the Stockton native did not fail to take a shot at the winners after the win. Moreover, Terrance McKinney also reacted to the 58th edition of the game, claiming that the outcome was rigged.

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Meanwhile, former UFC and current PFL fighter Derek Brunson took to social media to express his disappointment with Travis Kelce. The Chiefs’ tight end was involved in an incident, where he pushed head coach Andy Reid for sidelining him during an important moment during the game. Brunson demanded that Kelce apologize to the head coach for his misbehavior.

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The Super Bowl game this time around was a close one and despite the loss, the San Francisco 49ers coach, Kyle Shanahan, had nothing but praise for the effort put in by his team. It remains to be seen if they can win the title next time or if we’ll see another title defense by the Kansas City Chiefs.

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