Found April 10, 2012 on Days of Y'Orr:
This may be the douchiest rap video I've ever seen. I'm sure EVERYONE has seen this rap video, but holy ****. Ovechkin is just bouncing up and down in a black wifebeater like your typical ****** white guy at a club. The other Russian dude dresses like a complete *******, sounds like a complete ******* and I find it strange that there's no Russian word for "super hero". That's probably because the only thing super about Russia was that we kicked their ass IN THE OLYMPICS IN HOCKEY!! USA! USA! USA!  Also, I believe the song is called "Champion" which is strange because Ovechkin hasn't won anything outside of "having the most genital warts on his prick" contest. Which I'm sure every Russian would win. 
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