Country music artist Carrie Underwood’s husband of seven years, Mike Fisher, might just have a little too much free time now that he’s retired from playing professional hockey. The video below serves as evidence.
Along with the delightfully strange Instagram clip, Fisher added the caption, “Flashback to the first time I met my wife. Worked like a charm.”
He sounds like a Minion and looks like a Ty Peek-a-Boo….
In reality, Mike first met his country music hit-maker wife at a backstage meet-and-greet after one of her concerts in 2008. Their first meeting was orchestrated by the Oklahoma songbird’s bassist, Mark Childer. The two had instant chemistry, but didn’t get to meet back up until three months after their first encounter due to Carrie being based in Nashville and Mike playing for the Ottawa Senators at the time.
On February 27, 2015 the happy couple welcomed Isaiah Michael Fisher into the world.
Besides that silly video, it turns out that Mike’s Instagram account is surprisingly hilarious. Check out this collection of gems!
Epic Throwback Pic
Poking Fun at Carrie
Penny Has Some Habits…
So what has Mike Fisher really been up to since retiring from the NHL after seventeen seasons? Well, he certainly hasn’t just been sitting around his house making humorous social media posts— he’s been spending quality time with his family, hunting, fishing, and visiting the island nation of Haiti to help vulnerable children in need.
Currently Mike is a director on the board for Danita’s Children, which provides “education, nutrition, medical and dental care, and Christ-like love to the children and families we serve. We believe through our teachers, mentors, and house parents we are raising children to discover their purpose and to become the future leaders of Haiti.”
It’s awesome to see Mike cut loose while also devoting energy to his ongoing humanitarian work. Be sure to share this comical update with other fans of the Underwood-Fisher family!