"Ray-Ray Bumaye" Baltimore Fans Rally Chant for SB XLVll
February 2, 2013- On the eve of Super Bowl XLVll Dunkadelic Sports Marketing the Baltimore-area based sports marketing company is releasing the official fan rally chant to spark the Baltimore Ravens to victory.
"Ray-Ray Bumaye, Ray-Ray Bumaye, Ray-Ray Bumaye" is the rally chant.
Its a take on the "Ali Bumaye" chant by the African people of Zaire when Muhammad Ali fought George Foreman in the epic "Rumble in the Jungle" heavyweight championship back in October 1974.
Leading up to the fight as Ali would run through the African villages fans would line up on the road and chant "Ali, Bumaye, Ali Bumaye, Ali Bumaye" as he would pass by them.
On his 71st birthday this past January 17, 2013 Ali was with family and friends watching the "Rumble in the Jungle" enjoying his glorious past as the most well-known face on the planet.
Ali has been a friend to John Harbaugh and the Ravens team since his visit to Baltimore earlier this season. Ray Lewis the future Hall-of-Fame linebacker has an Ali-like persona.
Bumaye translated means "kill him" and the fans of the Baltimore Ravens would like to see Ray have the game of his career, punish the San Francisco 49ers and bring the franchise its second Lombardi Trophy.
The "Ray-Ray Bumaye" chant would be directed at Colin Kaepernick the starting quarterback of the 49ers.
Derrick E. Vaughan of Dunkadelic Sports Marketing says,"Super Bowl XLVll has been dubbed as "The Rumbo at the Benzo" the rally chant Ray-Ray Bumaye could makes this one of the most anticipated Super Bowl games of all-time. It has all the drama of a big-time fight two mirror image teams, the Harbaugh brothers battle of one-another and the last game of a football legend. Its the "Rumble in the Jungle" and then some" epic, epic, epic.
Vaughan continues, "I would love to see the fans in Baltimore-area bars chanting Ray-Ray Bumaye, Ray-Ray Bumaye, Ray-Ray Bumaye when the Ravens are on defense going after Kaepernick and the 49ers offense."