Imagine feeling so confident in your abilities that you are willing to risk your most prized possession to prove your worth. Tyreek Hill was asked to do that yesterday by Usain Bolt during an interview with The Dan Patrick Show.AdvertisementBolt said he would be willing to give one of his gold medals against Hills Super Bowl rings to see who is faster.For years, rumors of a Tyreek Hill-Usain Bolt race circulated on the internet. Sometimes one of them will show their heads to create drama, but it is rare.Hill is much more vocal about his belief in this race. Hill has had a few arguments with NFL players in the past about his speed. Hill once argued with Damien Williams, his former teammate. Hill caught up with Williams as he was running free for a touchdown of 91 yards. Hill shouted "Hello, slow bro!" as he caught up to Williams in the endzone. Hill is not the only NFL player who claims to be faster than Hill. Scotty Miller, a Tampa Bay receiver, and Terrell Owens (47), are both Pro Football Hall of Famers. Hills' speed has humbled everyone who claimed to be faster than the Cheetah. Hill, on the other hand, has never been humbled by Hills speed, except for Antoine Winfield who gave him the peace sign.AdvertisementHill is one the most well-known players in the NFL. Hill pleaded guilty to domestic abuse in 2015. He was quoted as saying "You need to be scared of me too, B***h" when referring his wife and their 3-year-old son who has a mysteriously damaged arm. Hill's actions have not been punished by the NFL despite all of this. Instead, the NFL has openly promoted Hill as one the most exciting players on the field. Hill has been able to get away with almost nothing. Hill doesn't have to worry about anyone because of this. Hill said that no one should be afraid of him, not even the world record holder in the 100-meter dash.Bolt said that Hill might not be willing put his Super Bowl ring on line in an interview with Dan Patrick. Tyreek, it's time to be bold. Bolt is a huge talker for too long. I'm sure we all know Bolt would destroy Hill in any distance beyond a 40-yard sprint. Bolt and Patrick discussed how a 70-meter race might be the best compromise between both athletes, seeing as Hill is a specialist in 40-meters while Bolt is a specialist in 100.AdvertisementHill would have put up a lot more effort than Bolt in this situation. Bolt says that I have eight gold medals. This implies that he wouldn't be able to lose just one. Hill only has one Super Bowl ring. Bolt would have to give up more Olympic golds if he wanted Hill to be in his place. Bolt might have to put up more gold medals to match Hill's, but I don't know what else he could do. I would love to see Hill get absolutely smoked in something that he believes no one can defeat him in.Should everyone? Hill's victory would severely compromise the integrity of the 100-meter run, which is one of the most important events at the Olympics. This is why many wanted DK Metcalf to lose at the Olympic Trials. It would have been a great story and would have boosted public interest at the Olympics. However, it would have a lasting impact on the event. Maybe the Olympics won't be the best place for runners. Hill could be in the NFL. He's been more confident than the obvious underdog despite being the obvious favorite. Bolt has called him cocky, but he's not shown any respect. He also has a violent past that the NFL is constantly overlooking.AdvertisementGo Bolt! He should show Hill the true speed of running.