Did you ever notice that your favorite Wichita B-52s personality has a celebrity doppelganger? Let’s match them up and find the winners!
Boris Pardo vs. Jeremy Piven: Pardo rejects weak shots left and right as the B-52s Goalkeeper. Piven, as super agent Ari Gold, rejects sniveling actors. Pardo saves the day for the B-52s, while Piven, as the evil Dean Pritchard from Old School, tries to harsh your mellow.
Mike Mesle vs. Dermot Mulroney: Mesle is a first class defender for the Wichita B-52s, while Mulroney was a first class jerk in the film August: Osage County. Mesle is a young gun on the pitch, while Mulroney starred as “Dirty Steve” in Young Guns.
Tico Rodriguez vs. Joey Fatone: Rodriguez is a hustlin’ Midfielder for the B-52s, while Fatone hustled thousands of teenage girls out of their money as a member of the boy band, N’ Sync.
Brady Bryant vs. Adam Levine: Star Defender Bryant steals the hearts of all the lady soccer fans, while Levine…well…pretty much ditto. Brady is multi-talented, having played both Arena Soccer and Arena Football. Levine can sing and dance…
Josh Kippenberger vs. Eddie Kaye Thomas: Kippenberger pines for B-52s victories each weekend, while Thomas pined for Stiffler’s mom in American Pie. Kippenberger is the excellent radio play-by-play man for the Wichita B-52s and appears opposite insightful color commentator Johnny Freedom. Thomas appeared opposite Natalie Portman in The Diary of Anne Frank.
HUGE ADVANTAGE: Thomas (NATALIE PORTMANNNN)