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T.J. Oshie's Game-Winning Shootout Goal as Called by Jim Ross

Wrestling announcer Jim Ross is a whole bunch of America packed in a can of whoop ass. As such Youtube user metrangerfan711 had the tremendous foresight to mashup the legendary announcer's voice with T.J. Oshie's legendary shootout goal.

Ross actually recently signed a deal with Fox Sports, so we may see him calling things other than wrestling matches in the near future. I'm inclined to add hockey to that wish list.

In related news, according to Wikipedia (for a brief period), Oshie will face-off against Vladimir Putin in a Hell in a Cell match at Wrestlemania.

Want more Oshie? Check out Extra Mustard's list of 17 reasons to love this newly-minted American hero.

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