You know it’s 2020 when the Russell Wilson “Mr. Unlimited,” video has made a comeback.
The two-year old video where the Seahawks quarterback refers to his alter ego as Mr. Unlimited unearthed on social media Wednesday morning and let’s just say Twitter was shook.
Watch it below:
Hey guys, Russell here. Yes, the typical boring Russell, Robot Russell the one you guys love to know. I’m real, real exciting. I’m real exciting. But anyways everybody has to have an alter ego right? And I’ve been thinking about what my alter ego would be and I think I have an alter ego. His name is Mr. Unlimited. You got to be unlimited. You got to have a thought process of being unlimited. So when people ask you what you’re thinking about or what you want to do in life or where you want to go, tell them I’m unlimited. You know what I mean.
Then, perhaps the best part of the video, is when someone, likely his wife Ciara, begins to yell questions about who helps keep Mr. Unlimited going and spoiler alert, the answer was always Mr. Unlimited.
So when they ask you certain questions like… ‘What brings you motivation, Russell?’ Mr. Unlimited! ‘Who’s your role model, Russell?’ Unlimited! ‘Who’s your go-to person for advice, Russell?’ They think Pete Carroll, they think this person, that person . . . love you Pete but it’s Mr. Unlimited!
Seahawks Twitter had a field day roasting the corny video.
how did Mr. Unlimited allow himself to be limited in an offense so long this vid 😂😂 pic.twitter.com/whrflpDCUw— Warren Sharp (@SharpFootball) August 5, 2020
thinking about the mr. unlimited video, trying to make sense of life— Steven Ruiz (@theStevenRuiz) August 5, 2020
Some personal news: I have seen the Mr Unlimited video. Please respect my privacy during this difficult time.— Mina Kimes (@minakimes) August 5, 2020
Just watched the Russel Wilson Mr. Unlimited video. 🌽🌽🧀🧀— Mike Danger (@akaMikeDanger) August 5, 2020
I imagine he’s the guy that still greets you with a “WHAAAAAASSSSSSUUUPPP?” or... pic.twitter.com/av0qGhZXQd
Mr. Unlimited was one of my favorite members of the Justice Society of America.— Mike Tanier (@MikeTanier) August 5, 2020
Shut all the other religions down cause I just found my one true gawd Mr Unlimited pic.twitter.com/RzvZm2TOjN— Seth C. Payne (@SethCPayne) August 5, 2020
Mr. Unlimited pic.twitter.com/57ZGdNqUWW— Carter Donnick (@CDonnick3) August 5, 2020
Don’t worry, Russ, there are a lot of legends that have an alter ego. Beyonce becomes Sasha Fierce when she performs, Eminem becomes Slim Shady and Will Ferrell has Ron Burgundy.
The Mr. Unlimited Slander will not be tolerated.
Wilson, whose career is on a Hall-of-Fame trajectory, is a seven-time Pro-Bowler who was second-team AP All-Pro last year behind unanimous league MVP Lamar Jackson. After one of his most productive seasons in 2019, Wilson and the Seahawks are poised for another magical run.
This year, the Seahawks’ prospects are, well, unlimited.