Former NFL WR Antonio Brown Is Preparing To Completely Sabotage Caitlin Clark’s WNBA Debut Tonight

Caitlin Clark at presser.  Antonio Brown in Bucs uniformCaitlin Clark and Antonio Brown (Photos via Getty Images)
Antonio Brown is determined to be a nuisance to Caitlin Clark.

Clark is nearing her WNBA debut with the Indiana Fever. Clark will make her WNBA debut tonight when the Indiana Fever faces the Dallas Wings at 7 p.m. in Arlington, Texas.

Former NFL star Antonio Brown keeps going after WNBA rookie Caitlin Clark, one of the biggest phenoms in basketball in recent years.

This week, he seems dead set on ruining her debut after he revealed he has secured courtside seats for Caitlin Clark’s debut.

Clark blocked the former Pittsburgh Steeler on X last month after his constant trolling about the Indiana Fever’s star body, with a vulgar post that included the word “hairy.”

Following her thrilling run in the NCAA Tournament with Iowa, she attracted a lot of attention from both sports fans and athletes. When Brown began talking about Caitlin Clark, he went to an entirely new level. He first likened her to well-known actor Mel Gibson before making the remarks that ultimately led to his block.

Although Clark hasn’t responded to these remarks in public yet, it’s easy to guess how she feels. Who knows what might happen if she sees him watching her game from the sidelines?

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After choosing superstar talent Caitlin Clark as the first overall pick in last month’s WNBA Draft, the Indiana Fever hopes to bring an unprecedented period of prosperity for the WNBA and themselves. During her tenure with the Hawkeyes, Clark amassed perhaps the best collegiate athletic career ever seen by a female athlete, guiding her team to two consecutive appearances in the national championship game. While she never won a title, Clark set the record for most points in an NCAA tournament (191) surpassing Sheryl Swoopes, who previously held the record for decades, via

Antonio Brown Took Savage Shot At WNBA While Bringing Up Caitlin Clark

Caitlin Clark (Photo by Jason Miller/Getty Images)
Former Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown recently took to his account on X to take a savage shot at the WNBA in the midst of Clark’s arrival.

The photo he uses is of a Lamborghini parked in the driveway of an old, worn-down house. He stated that Clark was the vehicle while the WNBA was the house.