BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Guys, if you’ve ever dreamed of having your own man cave, you have to see this. Maryland native and professional lacrosse player Paul Rabil’s entire basement is getting a makeover.
Jessica Kartalija reports it’s all part of the hit show, “Man Caves.”
Jason Cameron and his team are used to tight deadlines.
“It’s normally the detail things that kill you on time,” Cameron said.
He and former Raven Tony Siragusa transform entire basements on the hit show “Man Caves” on DIY Network.
For three days, they’ve taken over world champion lacrosse player Paul Rabil’s home in Baltimore City.
“I’ve been super disciplined and haven’t walked down here once, which a lot of people do,” Rabil said.
With tight security and a basement that’s off limits to everyone but the crew, the professional lacrosse player and Hopkins grad has no idea what his man cave will look like.
“It’s a mix of all the things he really loves and that’s what a man cave is,” Cameron said. “It’s a guy’s space.”
“I am a huge fan of the show. Bar is always awesome,” Rabil said.
For Siragusa, it’s good to be back in Baltimore, where he played for the Ravens when they won their first Super Bowl.
“When I get an opportunity to come back and they told me Paul Rabil…big fan,” he said.
While Rabil and his fiancee have been confined to certain rooms in the house, he says the entire process has been fun and great for promoting lacrosse.
“It’s great exposure for the sport. It shows that people are continuing to look and see the next lacrosse thing to show and ‘Man Caves’ is one of them,” Rabil said.
Paul Rabil’s man cave marks the 150th episode on the DIY Network.
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