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"When Cowherd goes on these rants and picks fights with athletes and local media, it’s exactly the kind of behavior that hurts the ESPN brand."
Cowherd has zero impact on the ESPN brand. If anything, articles like this just help the ESPN Radio brand as the go-to source of sports talk & opinion.
So great job giving this moron some more free publicity. DO NOT FEED THE TROLLS!!!!!
22 hours ago on
"There’s a lot of sucky things about Twitter"
Deitsch is on the top of the list. What a douche. He's the troll who trolls trolls.
1 week, 5 days ago on
As a UConn fan, I will probably watch the national telecast anyway, regardless of the announcers. It's a good idea in theory but part of the fun of the Final Four, or any big game, is watching your team covered by the national A-team.
3 weeks, 3 days ago on
@ShawnDiIorio What the heck does that mean? You either pay a cable company for TV or for Internet & entertainment.
Paying the WWE is the same as paying Dish, it's just a different corporate fat cat. As if Netflix isn't a big corporation just like Comcast is. Give me a break. Cut the cord if you want, but don't act like you're giving to the needy or something.
1 month ago on
How does it clearly fall on Dish?? The WWE Network exists to take money away from Dish. Dish has to sell the PPVs at $60-$80, while the WWE are selling them at $9.99 per month.
Dish wants to be able to sell the PPVs are a lower cost, but the WWE won't let them so they can keep all the profits themselves. So in response, Dish has told them to go away.
You can blame both sides, but really, it's the WWE's fault. They are the ones hoarding the PPV market, not Dish.