Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes is joining recovery tech company Hyperice as both an ambassador and investor. Hyperice, maker of the percussive massage gun Hypervolt, has made a major push into professional sports over the last two months.
On July 30, the company announced a multi-year deal with the NBA that gets its products under every player’s seat on the bench and bars other recovery devices from being used on the bench during games. On Sept. 20, Hyperice became the official recovery technology partner of UFC and brought on Amanda Nunes as an ambassador. Four days later, the company partnered with the National Women’s Hockey League.
Mahomes, 24, signed the richest contract in sports history over the summer — it is worth up to $503 million and ties him to Kansas City through 2031. He wasted no time getting into business, becoming a minority owner of MLB’s Kansas City Royals two weeks later. He’s also an investor in and ambassador for BioSteel Sports Nutrition.