Texans’ J.J. Watt makes people sweat for Gatorade (Video)


Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt makes people sweat for Gatorade.

Gatorade has a new campaign centered around the phrase “you don’t sweat it, you don’t get it.” They had Eli and Peyton Manning stop would-be Gatorade drinkers to make them sweat for the drink, and have also recruited Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt.

Watt stars in a series of ads that are hilarious. The first of which sees Watt just walk up and casually knock over a vending machine. He then tells the unsuspecting kid that muscle shirts are for muscles and flexes, then walks off.

The second ad might be even funnier. A kid says he doesn’t sweat and Watt just walks up and lifts the vending machine off the ground and walks off.

In a third ad an unsuspecting girl is trying to buy a Gatorade. Watt walks up after a workout and casually gets one from the machine. When the girl gets a Gatorade, without sweating, Watt walks up and confiscates it without saying a word.

The next ad features Watt popping out of a vending machine to startle a girl trying to get a Gatorade.

“You know what happens when you don’t sweat, I happen,” Watt said.

The final ad is brief and just features Watt slapping a guys hand away from a vending machine.

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