Just like I didn’t know I needed Cameron Grimes as a Gamestop millionaire, I didn’t know I needed Grimes in a virtual feud with Million Dollar Man Ted DiBiase.
But boy did I ever.
After watching a clip of the old bit where DiBiase offers a kid $500 to dribble a basketball 15 times then kicks it at 14, Grimes decided to pull the same trick on people around the Capital Wrestling Center for the Feb. 24 NXT.
Problem is, he didn’t watch all of the video, so he let the first mark finish dribbling.
I'm a man of my word! But I got it figured out now! @WWENXT #KissMyGRITS @WWE https://t.co/xxzcGGjdSv— Cameron Grimes (@CGrimesWWE) February 25, 2021
Then, even after he watches the rest of the video, Cameron makes the mistake of challenging former WNBA player Anriel Howard. She did a crossover when Grimes tried to knock the ball away, and won $1000 in the process.
Finally, Grimey gets someone to play and just decks him before he can even start.
Money Makin’ @CGrimesWWE lays down a high-stakes ba$ketball challenge.— WWE (@WWE) February 25, 2021
cc: @MDMTedDiBiase #WWENXT pic.twitter.com/BDlNR1cWBR
He then just throws a bunch of money in the air, but he’s rich, and it was never about the money anyway.
I left $6,400 in the parking lot! But that no good joker didn't dribble the ball! @MDMTedDiBiase Kiss MY GRITS! @WWENXT @WWE https://t.co/2YT1lMtGxR— Cameron Grimes (@CGrimesWWE) February 25, 2021
I don’t know where this is headed, but if it stays this entertaining, it’s going to... the... mooooon!