The Durham Bulls, the Class AAA affiliate of the Tampa Bay Rays, opened up the park early Tuesday for fans to catch Pokemon on the field.
It went over as expected.
But WWE athletes took it even one step further.
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Sasha Banks, a former NXT Women’s Champion, is all about the game and has been posting memes on her Instagram about it.
Xavier Woods — or “Austin Creed” on Twitter — has blown up his feed in regards to Pokemon Go. He’s has tweeted about his team (no, not New Day; Team Valor) and the unreliable servers, among other things.
Dolph Ziggler, Summer Rae and Goldust also chimed in on social media about their quest to catch ’em all. Heck, even the WWE headquarters is a Pokemon gym.
The Pokemon craze has hit football too — both college and the NFL.
Mike Gundy, head football coach at Oklahoma State, went hunting at Boone Pickens Stadium.
The University of Florida Public Safety Twitter account quote-tweeted a Pokemon Go account, poking a joke at former Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston in regards to the crab legs incident.
The Carolina Panthers were upset that no “cat” Pokemon were hanging around their facilities.
They later accepted the “Panther blue” Zubat.
And the Chicago Bears found a Rattata. Its color, unlike the Panthers, didn’t impress them much.
The rest of that Twitter thread is magical, as the Baltimore Ravens and the Minnesota Vikings chimed in.
The Ravens, in addition to replying to the Bears, went on a hunt too.
And the Buffalo Bills and the Green Bay Packers and the San Diego Chargers. (Spoiler: The Chargers caught Pikachu. Fitting.)
The NBA Summer League isn’t safe, either. Rudy Gobert almost got tripped up by a wild Spearow.
Who’s going to be the first to catch ’em all?