The Denver mayor, after coming off the IR, fulfills his bet with Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake.
Mayor Michael Hancock
Wednesday, January 30, 2013
Tuesday, January 15, 2013
Denver Mayor Michael Hancock bet that he would dance like Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis if the Broncos lost on Saturday.
Ravens fans will have to wait a bit to see Denver Mayor Michael Hackcok's dancing skills. Hacock bet Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake that he would record his best imitation of lineback Ray Lewis' pregame dance if the Ravens beat the Denver Broncos in last week's playoff game. The Ravens pulled out an unlikely victory in double overtime on Saturday, but Hancock has reportedly just pulled something. His office sent an email to Baltimore media—who are eagerly waiting for the video of the mayor dancing—that he hasn't fulfilled the bet yet because he hurt himself. "The Mayor was at a National Western Stock Show event last night when he caught his boot and seriously strained his right quadriceps. Our Mayor is headed to the doctor now to find out …
Friday, January 11, 2013
If the Ravens lose the Washington Monument will be "bathed" in orange and blue lights.
If the Baltimore Ravens lose their divisional playoff game against the Denver Broncos Saturday, residents will have to deal with an ugly reminder of the loss due to a bet between Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake and Denver Mayor Michael Hancock. With a Ravens loss, the historic Washington Monument in the Mt. Vernon neighborhood would be bathed in blue and orange light as part of the terms of the bet, according to a news release. Rawlings-Blake will also have to send a platter of J.W. Faidley Seafood’s crab cakes to Hancock should the home team fail to come through. But if the Ravens pull off the upset—the team is a 10 point underdog heading into the game in Denver—Hancock will have to send a box of dry aged “cowboy cut” rib eye …