Ndamukong Suh loses playful arm wrestle with Warren Buffett

Connor Muldowney
Miami Dolphins Ndamukong Suh Arm Wrestles Billionaire Warren Buffet
Miami Dolphins Ndamukong Suh Arm Wrestles Billionaire Warren Buffet



If you're Ndamukong Suh, you have to be a pretty happy guy. Suh just left a franchise in the Detroit Lions that hasn't won a playoff game since 1991 in order to get paid a boatload of cash from the Miami Dolphins.

In fact, Suh signed a monster contract worth $114 million this offseason and he gets to move south to a much more tropical climate than Detroit, Michigan.

When you make as much money as Suh is now set to make, you usually need to seek out financial advice from someone who actually knows how to deal with that much money. Enter, Warren Buffett, one of the richest men in the world.

Other athletes had also sought advice from Buffett, such as Alex Rodriguez and LeBron James.

However, none of those other athletes have gotten the special treatment from Buffett that Suh is currently getting. Suh seems to be Buffett's personal arm wrestling pawn.

You would think the 305-pound defensive tackle could take an 84-year-old billionaire, but that wasn't the case - even if it was just a joke.

Suh took Buffett on during a live broadcast of CNBC's Squawk Box. These two seem to have a great relationship and it was a smart move on Suh's part to take the loss.

Ndamukong can expect a nice birthday present this year.

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