The Rams Cheerleaders will compete in the Amazing Race premiere on Wednesday

An amazing race featuring some of the most famous Los Angeles Rams debuts on Wednesday night. Running will be a factor, but Steven Jackson, Eric Dickerson, and Marshall Faulk will not be involved.

Instead, Mattie Lynch and Quinton Peron are set to compete in the 34th season of the reality competition “The Amazing Race,” which premieres Wednesday night (10 p.m. PT, CBS). A former member of the Rams’ cheerleading team, Lynch and Peron form one of the two contenders next season, including former NFL head coach Rex Ryan, who is competing with close friend Tim Mann.

Lynch and Peron describe themselves as best friends and hail from Vista and Pasadena respectively. Professional cheerleaders spent several seasons in blue and yellow, with Peron making history when he became the first male cheerleader to appear in a Super Bowl (he did so when the Rams took on New England in Super Bowl LII).

The pair will hope to make more history as the million dollar prize, previous winners include Anaheim Mighty Ducks draftee Bates Battaglia and his brother Anthony, who won the 22nd season in 2013.

Although it was revealed that Lynch and Peron are not the ones who will end up taking the seven-figure check, the two managed to take the winner of an amazing event, which seems to have been confirmed only by their experiences.

“We’re going to laugh our way through this. We’re going to have a good time,” the couple told KFMB-TV, San Diego’s CBS affiliate. “Yes, the money is good, but it’s really about the experience and trying to soak it in.”

Longtime “Amazing Race” producer Phil Keoghan described the pair as “the two Energizer bulls,” referring to the battery mascot’s character of “just going and going and going.”

“They’re literally scratching the walls like Tigger,” Keoghan told Parade, citing the “Winnie the Pooh” character in another reference. “They’re happy and excited. Like Quinton has springs in his legs; he’s just bouncing all over the place.”

“The Amazing Race” premiered in 2001 on CBS. Of note, this season will be the first to start outside the borders of America, Wednesday’s game will start at the Nymphenburg Palace in Munich.

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