WATCH: Georgia Southern's Victor Cabral, Chad Lunsford Wrestle For Charity

Georgia Southern defensive line coach Victor Cabral is a huge fan of professional wrestling. Cabral is always talking about his love for professional wrestling on social media and over the weekend he got his opportunity to step into the ring to help out his players.
Cabral entered the ring with tag team partner “Big Country” Clay Teston at American Premier Wrestling’s fundraiser show on Saturday night to benefit Georgia Southern’s Athletes in Action.
Cabral wasted no time selling some impressive moves, showing that he has paid attention during his years of watching legends inside of the WWE ring. As you might expect, Cabral and “Big Country” came away with the win but it wasn’t without some help.
Midway through the match, head coach Chad Lunsford interfered to stop Cabral from being struck by a chair. That’s when he turned the chair on his opponent to deliver a big blow. After the chair attack, College Football Hall of Famer Adrian Peterson made an appearance and gave the three-count to give Cabral and “Big Country” the win.
Check it out:

“I think every child at one time or another dreams of being a professional wrestler, at least all the ones I grew up with,” Cabral said, via WTOC 11. “As you get older, some guys fall off the wagon. Other guys are on it. It’s part of our lexicon. It’s pop culture.”
Here is some more footage from the action:

Let’s hope Cabral can get the Georgia Southern defensive line to play with the same enthusiasm during the upcoming season.
Georgia Southern is set to kickoff its 2018 campaign on Saturday, Sept. 1 against South Carolina State. Kickoff is set for 6:00 p.m. ET on ESPN+. The Eagles are coming off of a disappointing 2-10 season that led to the firing of Tyson Summers after a 0-6 start. Lunsford took over as interim head coach and had the interim tag removed ahead of the upcoming year.

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