Ask Aaron: Aaron Rodgers answers viewers questions

Ask Aaron: Aaron Rodgers answers viewers questions

By WTMJ News Team. CREATED Oct 11, 2011 - UPDATED: Oct 11, 2011

GREEN BAY - Who is the real Aaron Rodgers?  We are letting our viewers ask the questions!  The voice of the Packers, Wayne Larrivee shows him some videos our fans sent in.

This week Aaron Rodgers shows his softer side. But we start with a question about one of his other loves - wrestling.

JILL: "Hey Aaron. I'm Jill. And I'm actually watching you here on Sunday night football. And I know you like wrestling and sorry, I'm a Steelers fan. But here's my question for you. Who would win in a wrestling match? You or Ben Roethlisberger?"

AARON: "I don't even know how to answer that question. Wrestling match between me and… I'm going to need a tag team partner. I'm going to need Clay so I can tag him real quick. And let him deal with Ben."

MEL: "Hi Aaron. I'm just asking you what is your pregame ritual?"

AARON: "You know I don't have any specific pregame stuff, uh, that maybe would interest people. I always call my grandparents on the way in to the stadium. You know they've been a big part of my life and have meant a lot to me they are 82 and 78. And uh, got me going on my love for football. You know a lot of memories going over to their house and watching Joe Montana on Sundays and the Superbowls. You know they are just really important people to me. I want to make sure that they know I'm thinking about them. I love them. And they always have you know something good to say before the game."

BRADY: "Hi Aaron. I'm 8 years old. I live in New Jersey. And how did you get so good at football, Aaron?"

AARON:  "Uhh… that's a good question Brady. Uh I think I've been fortunate enough to be around some great people and just tried to soak up as much as I could from every person from high school on up. From coaches and my teammates and I've had a drive to be the best since I was a little kid at whatever I was doing. And I've been fortunate to have some opportunities and have made the best of those opportunities."

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