The actor, 46, joins YouTube powerhouses Dude Perfect to compete in a series of tennis, kickball, baseball and hockey challenges for their second “Dizzy Sports Battle” video. Before each event, the guys must bend over and rapidly spin dozens of times, much like a hyper 5-year-old might be inclined to do without parental intervention.
At stake for Rudd is glory – in the form of an (appropriately) ant-sized trophy.
The Dude Perfect bros, comprised of Tyler Toney, Cody Jones, Garrett Hilbert and twins Coby and Cory Cotton, create videos of sports stunts, tricks and challenges. (The former Texas A&M University roommates have racked up 6 million channel subscribers.)
As for Rudd, he takes the challenges like a champ, bouncing back with a smile after eating it on the baseball diamond time and time again.
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But, alas, a dizzy champion Rudd was not. Toney dethrones reigning Dizzy Sports champ Jones, taking home the pint-sized trophy after an impressive display of balance-challenged hockey talent.
“What a final. Exciting. Exhilarating. A little bit emotional,” Rudd says of the epic showdown.
Ant-Man arrives in theaters July 17.