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OU safety Javon Hagan has been getting quite a bit of media attention this week after he stealthily swiped a sweat towel from a Kansas player during last Saturday’s otherwise not particularly fun to watch game. Hagan himself even proudly tweeted an ESPN clip of the moment.
I'm A Thief In The Night 👀😂 pic.twitter.com/QRbSqHgdUn
— Javon Hagan (@Von_Legacy) September 17, 2017
But there’s so much more to Hagan’s Twitter than stealing towels (yes, “towels,” plural – this isn’t his first towel rodeo). Delving into his Twitter history revealed a complex personality that has countless non-towel-related facets.
He’s a crusader for noble causes such as iPhones…
— Javon Hagan (@Von_Legacy) December 30, 2016
…And, of course, bouncing it.
You Gotta Mix It Biggity Shake It Biggity Bounce It Biggity Bounce It Bounce It BIGITYTYTYTYTYTYTYBIGITYTYTYTYTY Bounce It 🙃
— Javon Hagan (@Von_Legacy) January 12, 2017
But through all these questionably capitalized tweets about social issues shines Hagan’s true passion: Dragon Ball Z. His header is a scene from the show, and his bio alludes to it as well.
Yea I Still Watch Dragonball Z….. Fight Me 🤷🏽♂️
— Javon Hagan (@Von_Legacy) January 19, 2017
For Javon, the show doesn’t just remind him of his childhood. Anime gets him really
— Javon Hagan (@Von_Legacy) November 22, 2016
— Javon Hagan (@Von_Legacy) October 8, 2016
Gameday 👿⚡️🔥 pic.twitter.com/AiP7nubPDP
— Javon Hagan (@Von_Legacy) November 3, 2016
fired up for football games.
— Javon Hagan (@Von_Legacy) October 15, 2016
Me Vs Finals…. pic.twitter.com/q14Zg5yy7B
— Javon Hagan (@Von_Legacy) December 5, 2016
And Black History Month.
— Javon Hagan (@Von_Legacy) February 1, 2017
In fact, we’re pretty sure Hagan might be imagining himself going Super Saiyan* while he’s on the field.
Gohan. 🙄🥀2️⃣ pic.twitter.com/x1PM0BmqA1
— Javon Hagan (@Von_Legacy) August 29, 2017
*We’re not as diehard DBZ fans as Javon, so we’re very sorry if we used this term incorrectly.
It’s not entirely clear if Hagan is the only anime fan playing for the Bobcats, but it can only be assumed that after a tough game, the whole team watches Dragon Ball Z together and, during especially emotional scenes, wipes away their tears with the towels of their enemies. It’s what Goku would want.