DeAngelo Williams is a man with many interests. The retired NFL running back is a professional wrestler and is an incredible advocate for the fight against breast cancer. He also revealed he is one of the best at a card game many of us have played at some point.

At the NASCAR Monster Energy All-Star Race, Williams revealed that he is awesome at the card game UNO. In fact, as he was introduced with Austin Dillon, Williams was wearing an UNO championship belt. And because he’s a “fighting champion,” Williams cut a promo at Charlotte, issuing an open challenge to anyone looking to take that belt from him.

Williams was a last minute replacement to drive the pace car for tonight’s race. WWE’s R-Truth was originally supposed to drive the pace car but had a “personal conflict.” Charlotte Flair will be driving the pace car at next week’s Coca-Cola 600.

That wasn’t the only wrestling moment at the All-Star Race. After winning Stage Two of the All-Star Open, Bubba Wallace did a Stone Cold Steve Austin style move by clanging two Coca-Cola’s and chugging them during his intro.

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