Paul Rudd Sums Up How Americans Feel About the World Cup

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Paul Rudd stopped by "The Late Show With David Letterman" to perfectly sum up how some Americans feel about the FIFA World Cup.

Jun 20, 2014 | 08:40 PM

As the FIFA World Cup fever rages around the world, there are people in America who don't quite get the event that turns some into die-hard soccer fans and "experts" every four years. 

One of them is Paul Rudd, who stopped by "The Late Show With David Letterman" to talk about his "passion" for Cristiano Ronaldo's sport.   

"I live and breathe the sport," a straight-faced Rudd joked when Letterman asked him if he knew about soccer. "I'm amazed by the hairstyles, there's a lot of hairstyles," he said.

Check out the hilarious video below to see what other thoughts Paul Rudd has about the World Cup, including the things that most non-soccer fans often complain about.     

The FIFA World Cup is being held in Brazil through July 13. For a full TV schedule, click here

Cover image credit: YouTube/LateShowWithDavidLetterman 

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