When it comes to YouTube videos, I’m a bit of a harsh critic. In comedian Frank Caliendo’s ’30 for 30 Mockumentary’, I found myself laughing out loud on multiple occasions.
If you’ve somehow never heard of ’30 for 30′, it’s a series of sports documentaries by ESPN Films. Whether it’s focused on Muhammad Ali or Michigan’s Fab Five, ’30 for 30′ delivers captivating episodes about the best stories in sports.
If you are familiar with the series, this video will be even funnier. From the opening bit to the subtle piano music in the background, this hilarious spoof is pretty much flawless. Featuring impersonations of several ESPN and NFL personalities, Caliendo hits the nail on the head in this video.
Following Richard Sherman’s passionate interview after Seattle’s NFC Championship win, football fans had mixed feelings about the incident. Some loved it and supported Sherman for being himself, others thought it was unprofessional. In this ’30 for 30′ spoof, Sherman’s interview launches a completely different career for the cornerback.
Assuming you have a few minutes to spare, definitely check out this video; you will not be disappointed. Just make sure you don’t press Control-Alt-Delete before the video draws to a close (you’ll understand after you watch it).