On this week’s edition of Out of Character by FOX Sports, Ryan Satin was joined by WWE SmackDown Superstar, and Shinsuke Nakamura‘s sidekick, Rick Boogs.
The guitar-playing superstar discussed a number of topics, including his diet.
Boogs confirmed that he had put on 20-pounds since debuting on SmackDown, with his daily eating once including eating premium cat food.
“Listen, I go to the extreme,” Boogs revealed. “I’m probably going to be one of the most extreme people you will ever talk to on Out of Character, or met in your entire life.
I go out as far too, coming up with the idea of eating cat food because I thought it would be a good snack on the go.
Highly dense nutritious treats to carry in my pocket, so at all times I was, like, calorically satisfied, micro-nutritionally full, if you will. It was disgusting. It didn’t last very long, but the fact is went that far.
“I tried to make it work for a whole bag of cat food. See, what I did, I went to the store and I said I’m not going to get the cheap stuff. If I’m going to eat cat food, I’m going to eat the highest quality.
So, kind of undercover, I go to the best cat food store and ask them what’s the best premium cat food. I make it seem like I really care about my cat. I want the sweet potatoes.
I want the salmon. I want the kale bits, I wanted all that stuff. So I lasted about the entire bag of cat food. I just had to work around it.
Instead of eating it like snacks, I eventually had to try and get creative and drizzle some cheese and sour cream, and turn it into a free whole lace dish, like a Mexican cuisine to try and mask the flavor!”