DENVER (AP) — Denver Mayor Michael Hancock is fulfilling the last part of his bet with Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake over the Denver Broncos' playoff loss to the Ravens.
Hancock already delivered a box of dry aged "cowboy cut" rib eye steaks from Lombardi Brothers Meats to Rawlings-Blake after the Broncos lost 38-35 to the Ravens on Jan. 12, but he also had promised to perform Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis' signature pre-game dance.
Hancock's spokeswoman said a few days after the loss that a pulled muscle had kept Hancock from performing the dance.
On Tuesday, Hancock's office pointed reporters to an online video of the mayor begrudgingly making good on the last part of his bet.
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