An ex-NFL star has promised to give up three of the most important things in his life - including his wife - if his Super Bowl prediction goes wrong tonight.
The Super Bowl final is slated to start this evening (11 February) into the early hours of Monday (12 February) as the San Francisco 49ers take on the Kansas City Chiefs at the Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas.
Eight-time Grammy winner Usher is set to headline this year's half-time show as fans speculate over which 'special guests' will be appearing.
We're also expecting Taylor Swift to appear at the game in support of her boyfriend Travis Kelce, the Kansas City Chiefs tight end.
While the Super Bowl is usually the most popular time to bet in the US, it seems that Cincinnati Bengals legend Chad Johnson has made the most outlandish bet of all.
The 46-year-old is so confident about his pick for the big game that he's willing to risk giving up three of the most important things in his life - McDonald's, his wife and sex - in no particular order.
The six-time Pro Bowler was asked by Bleacher Report Betting who he thought was going to win and how much he would be willing to bet.
Johnson said there is zero chance the Kansas City Chiefs will lose, adding: "If the Chiefs lose, I won't eat McDonald's anymore. Ever.
"Matter fact, if the Chiefs lose, I'll divorce my wife and no more sex for the rest of the year.
"That's how confident I am."
I'm sure the fast food chain won't be able to sit still until the final whistle.
Meanwhile, rapper and media personality Cam'ron told Complex that he thinks Johnson is just click baiting.
"He looking for clickbait," Cam said on the latest episode of It Is What It Is.
Co-host Mase added: "I could be wrong.
"But you know damn well you're not divorcing your wife.
"I don't know how much you eat McDonald's...
"I don't what his sex life about, pause, I ain't into all that, but I know you're not divorcing your wife, so you reaching."
I guess we'll have to wait and find out as the 2024 Super Bowl is set to take place this evening at around 11:30pm UK time, which is 3:30pm local time and 6:30pm ET.Featured Image Credit: David Becker - Formula 1/Formula 1 via Getty Images/Ian Maule/Getty Images