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Notre Dame defensive tackle Louis Nix III is generally known as one of the most fun-loving college football players in the country. But today, he showed that he can get pretty mean too, donning a mask worn by the villain Bane from the Batman series.
Bane, for those unaware, is one of the main antagonists in the Batman comic books, most notably making an appearance in last year’s blockbuster The Dark Knight Rises.
Hey guys meet my friend bane he’s such a friendly and approachable human @1IrishChocolate #LOL #HAPPYLATE4th pic.twitter.com/JSUJD6kcxY
— uuurielllll (@alouise44) July 6, 2013
Nix was already being talked about as one of the most feared college football players in the nation. Now, he looks the part as well.
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