Ochocinco dating reality show
After it was brought to the attention of Chris Harrison by another suitor, the host got involved by asking Johnson to make amends with the other men.
Johnson was sent home by Fletcher in a two-on-one date during Tuesday night's episode, which ended with his returning to the guys' house afterward and a "to be continued." The other Johnson, meanwhile, legally changed his name to Ochocinco while playing with the Cincinnati Bengals in 2008 — it was based on his jersey number, 85 — but switched back four years later after he moved to the Miami Dolphins.
He spent the entire 2015 CFL season on team suspension.
Following the season, Johnson was not offered a new contract by the Alouettes and became a free agent on February 9, 2016.
These families, who are dealing with notorious and well-publicized rifts, will undergo intense counseling and decide, with the help of experienced therapists Dr. Venus Nicolino, whether to save their relationships or cut family ties forever.
fans are getting the two confused on social media, to hilarious effect.
The series will feature a compelling cast of famous – and famously dysfunctional – families including KENDRA WILKINSON and mother PATTI WILKINSON (“Kendra on Top”), MIKE “THE SITUATION” SORRENTINO and his brothers MARC and FRANK JR.
SORRENTINO (“The Sorrentinos”), FARRAH ABRAHAM and parents MICHAEL ABRAHAM and DEBRA DANIELSEN (“Teen Mom”), and CHAD “OCHOCINCO” JOHNSON and mom PAULA JOHNSON (“Ochocinco: The Ultimate Catch”).
Tuesday that he's losing the "Ochocinco" and plans to legally go back to his former last name, Johnson.
After graduating from Miami Beach Senior High School in 1997, Johnson attended Langston University but did not play football.
In 1997 he transferred to Santa Monica College, a community college in Santa Monica, California. Houshmandzadeh, he led his team to an 11–1 season and a victory over Notre Dame in the Fiesta Bowl that year.
In 2000, he transferred to Oregon State University, after being aggressively recruited by coach Dennis Erickson to play for the Oregon State Beavers football team. He also broke a school record for the longest touchdown reception with a 97-yard reception in a game against Stanford University.
The Cincinnati Bengals of the National Football League chose Johnson in the second round of the 2001 NFL Draft with the 36th overall pick.