Eric Braeden re-enacts famous sports rants as The Young and the Restless' Victor Newman
Posted Thursday, March 07, 2019 12:49:00 PM
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Watch The Young and the Restless star Eric Braeden on The Rich Eisen Show, where he was asked to put on his best Victor Newman voice and read the greatest sports meltdowns of all time.

Pretty much everything that comes out of The Young and the Restless character Victor Newman's mouth sounds so much better and so much more dramatic than if anyone else on the planet said the same words. And soap opera fans aren't the only ones who have that opinion.

The Y&R star recently made an appearance on the Fox Sports Radio series The Rich Eisen Show, where he was asked to read the three greatest sports rants of all time -- as Victor Newman!

Braeden was a good sport and agreed to the challenge, sharing that he coached his son's soccer team for 25 years and definitely knows a thing or two about how it feels to be pissed off about sports.

The actor first takes on a 2002 speech by Herm Edwards after the Arizona Cardinals lost to the Cleveland Browns. He then gives his best college try to a 2006 speech by Dennis Green after the St. Louis Cardinals blew a 20-point lead to the Chicago Bears and then reads a 2002 practice press conference given by Allen Iverson.

Even if you have no idea what is happening in the famous sports rants, it's still pretty entertaining to watch Braeden give the words a very Victor-esque touch, especially as the sports show added soap opera music to give them a Y&R feel.

Check out the amusing clip below and don't forget to let us know what you think about Braeden reading sports rants as Y&R's Victor Newman.

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