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In this video, we get to see what happens behind the scenes at a Peyton Hillis/Ray Rice commercial shoot for Ripfire bodybuilding supplements. Ray ray shows off his rapping abilities as Peyton blows through a hardcore lifting routine for the cameras. Both of these dudes are jacked-up, so Ripfire has got to be legit, right!?
These rival running backs seemed to be getting along pretty well. Then again, who is going to mess with the Madden 2012 coverboy.
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