Subway removes Russell Wilson’s autographed sandwich from menu
Are those internet trolls or just a limited time option?
Denver Bronco QB Russell Wilson signature sandwich, “Dangerwich”, is no longer available to customers – although not due to the backlash from the enticing advertisements, according to TMZ Sports.
Obviously, the chain needs to pave the way for new items, choosing to remove the “The Vault” exclusivity, which comes out in February.
“While The Dangerwich sub leaves The Vault in August to make way for some new, coveted options, don’t worry, The Dangerwich will be back soon!” a Subway spokesman said.
After seeing the ad, it’s hard to believe react play a role in pulling hoagie.
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Just listen to how the former Seahawk signal caller said, “it’s spicy.” That’s almost enough to make Wilson the worst pitcher in the company’s history.
Greenlighting this position is like throwing the ball from the 1-yard line – and should be ridiculed accordingly. I also bet the “Dangerwich” – featuring pepperoni, salami, ham, banana peppers, and, in addition, yellow mustard and mayo – is as bad as Bronco’s offense in the 2-4’s starter. team.
Wilson is therefore tender, I imagine what he considers dangerous is driving 26 mph in a 25 mph zone, or refuse to hit while keeping a year in Blackjack ala Austin Powers. It’s rebellious.