“I love you. I just want to sue you”: OPOY Cooper Kupp turned the world upside down for his wife Anna Kupp when he proposed his love for her

Anna Kupp has revealed her husband and LA Rams catcher Cooper Kupp offered her love in the sweetest way. She said it was crazy and thinking about it brought tears to her eyes to this day.

Anna Kupp was a guest on Kelly Stafford’s podcast “The Morning After With Kelly Stafford”. Kelly Stafford is the wife of Cooper Kupp teammate and QB Matthew Stafford.

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Cooper Kupp proposed to his wife in a unique way

Anna Kupp revealed that she had been interested in Cooper, but thought he was in a relationship with another girl, which led her to think about giving up. She says, “I saw he had a picture with like another girl on his Instagram where he had been tagged. I didn’t want to be a home wrecker.

However, she had a nagging doubt that there was something on Cooper’s mind as well. She told one of her closest friends that “I just feel like God just put it in my heart.”

INGLEWOOD, CA – DECEMBER 21: Cooper Kupp #10 of the Los Angeles Rams warms up before the game against the Seattle Seahawks at SoFi Stadium on December 19, 2021 in Inglewood, California. (Photo by Jayne Kamin-Oncea/Getty Images)

The day she was telling her friend about her doubts and fear, however, Cooper texted her, confessing his feelings for her. “Cooper sent me a long paragraph saying I love you. I just want to sue you. It was kind of crazy…I think from that point on we just hit it off.

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Anna also mentioned to Kelly that she is quite competitive with her husband. She recalls an incident in college where they both got extremely competitive during a game of racquetball.

Meet the Kupps

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Anna and Cooper Kupp got married in 2015. In a storyCooper mentioned that every night after college football practice, he walked through the East Washington campus to the restaurant where Anna first worked.

Cooper candidly admitted that without his wife, he wouldn’t have been the NFL star he is now. It was his wife who worked and subsidized them during their college years so that Cooper could concentrate full-time on playing football.

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Kupp was named Super Bowl MVP and Offensive Player of the Year in the 2021 season.

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