02.16.09 9 years ago 9 Comments

Lance Armstrong’s return to cycling is continuing with the nine-day Tour of California — he’s currently among the leaders despite a stolen bike — and the 7-time Tour de France winner has still got plenty of fire. In this video, Paul Kimmage of the Sunday Times asks Armstrong a question and mentions that his request for an interview was rejected. And then Armstrong points out that the reporter once called him cycling’s “cancer,” and he proceeds to verbally take Kimmage to the woodshed.

Jeez, you lose a testicle and almost die from cancer and then set up a huge charity and donate millions of dollars to fight the disease, and suddenly cancer stops being funny. Thanks a lot, Lance. What am I supposed to do now? Tell heart disease jokes?

[Velo News via Awful Announcing]

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