Germany's destruction of Brazil gets crazy WWE commentary treatment

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If you're a fan of the World Cup and soccer or football, whatever you care to call it, last night you witnessed an absolute massacre. If you're a fan of wrestling and you've click through to this, keep reading. It gets hilarious.

On Monday night, Germany faced off against hosts Brazil in the World Cup semi-final. What commenced was one of the most memorable games ever. The Germans smashed Brazil 7-1, leaving the host nation devastated. You could say that the whole country has been in mourning today, with this link showing the saddening reaction of Brazil fans.

WWE style commentary 

But in and amongst the sadness, it's easy to find the whole game quite funny. I mean, 7-1! 7-1! The equivalent in American football would have to be two top teams going at it and one beating the other by 70 points to nothing. Adam Schefter likened the game to Super Bowl XLVIII when Seattle Seahawks beat the Denver Broncos 43-8, but even that doesn't do it justice.

So who would be the perfect person to commentate on a highlights package of the Germany versus Brazil game? That's right, Jim Ross of course. This guy is well known to WWE fans as the commentator of professional wrestling. He's famous for his outlandish statements and crazy reactions to big moments.

The video above will make you laugh or cry depending on your allegiance. 

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