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Big Show drama today

Unread postby TIMMAH » Wed Nov 18, 2009 1:53 pm

Anyone catch the Really Big Show today? I only caught a couple of segments but I guess Sabrina said fag on air. Hammer dumped it but wigged out and tried to throw her out the studio but she got violent and was trashing the place so, Hammer called security and she was escorted out of the building.

All this was done over the air and they didn't go to commercial. Tony and everyone calling and emailing is pissed at Hammer because they think he overreacted and obviously shouldn't have done all that over the air. Personally, I think they both should be fired. Tony is the only good part about that show and it seems like everyone knows it except him. I don't catch the show that often but Hammer and the girls sound like morons. Unnecessary morons. Correct me if I'm wrong.
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Re: Big Show drama today

Unread postby skatingtripods » Wed Nov 18, 2009 2:06 pm

I thought this thread was about Paul Wight...

Back to not caring.
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Re: Big Show drama today

Unread postby idoctribefan » Wed Nov 18, 2009 2:11 pm

Skating Tripods wrote:I thought this thread was about Paul Wight...

Back to not caring.


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Re: Big Show drama today

Unread postby davemanddd » Wed Nov 18, 2009 3:09 pm

who the hell is paul wight???
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Re: Big Show drama today

Unread postby skatingtripods » Wed Nov 18, 2009 3:22 pm

davemanddd wrote:who the hell is paul wight???


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Re: Big Show drama today

Unread postby motherscratcher » Wed Nov 18, 2009 3:42 pm

She said "fag"? You mean like a guy who rides a Harley?

I don't get to listen to The Big Show all that often, but I agree. Tony is the only one worth listening to usually. Didn't hear it today, though.

Didn't some dude named Josh get canned a few weeks back? What the hell is going on over there?
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Re: Big Show drama today

Unread postby DarNoor » Wed Nov 18, 2009 3:53 pm

It's pretty sad when you have to rely on stuff like this to get ratings. It has set up written all over it.
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Re: Big Show drama today

Unread postby tbone » Wed Nov 18, 2009 3:56 pm

I usually listen but cant hear much on Wednesdays because of a weekly 10am meeting. A buddy texted during said meeting around 11:45am and asked if I was listening, then later gave me the scoop.

Hopefully this is legit and the last we hear of Sabrina, as she brings NOTHING to the table outside of the occasional jock gossip due to who she's in bed with. Whenever she has to do her job of announcing the trivia prize she's goofing around on her phone, she botches names of sponsors, athletes, etc. Good riddance.
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Re: Big Show drama today

Unread postby Cease » Wed Nov 18, 2009 4:09 pm

Yeah, I heard it. It wasn't a set up, IMO. They we busy dissing Peter Paul and Mary and Phish (god forbid!), she chimed in with a "fag" bomb. It never hit the air, as Hammer hit the cough button on her comment. He then signaled Rizzo carry on while he asked her to leave the studio to be scolded. She wouldn't leave, they cut off her mic, and then it just became a more miserable piece of radio.

Rizzo said he was embarrassed by the show, I actually believe him. It was amateurish, and his name is on it.

I like Rizzo, the rest of the cast I could do without, especially the ladies in studio.
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Re: Big Show drama today

Unread postby DrPoove » Wed Nov 18, 2009 4:55 pm

Cease wrote:I like Rizzo, the rest of the cast I could do without, especially the TALENTLESS HOES in studio.

Fixed that for ya.
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Re: Big Show drama today

Unread postby Ziner » Wed Nov 18, 2009 5:07 pm

anyone listening right now? I think Souldawg is on. He hates Brady Quinn because he is an awful player and awful person. Because he campaigned for the Republicans that stole his pension.
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Re: Big Show drama today

Unread postby Triple-S » Wed Nov 18, 2009 6:45 pm

Rizzo can be very good sometimes when he sticks to sports, and hell even when Hammer himself is on the radio and they are on the topic of sports, it's usually pretty good. But this has to stop.

Stop with the offtopic crap of the 100 dollar jeans and trying to get laid. It's quite one thing, if you're say Bill Simmons doing a podcast with Adam Carolla joking around about Movie Ideas or bullshitting about stuff. But they are able to pull it off and with ease, it's usually pretty hilarious.



Heck, even Dan Patrick can pull off a similiar thing with his crew. But, you're not, you don't have the credentials of the aforementioned.
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Re: Big Show drama today

Unread postby leadpipe » Wed Nov 18, 2009 7:45 pm

Triple-S wrote:Rizzo can be very good sometimes when he sticks to sports, and hell even when Hammer himself is on the radio and they are on the topic of sports, it's usually pretty good. But this has to stop.

Stop with the offtopic crap of the 100 dollar jeans and trying to get laid. It's quite one thing, if you're say Bill Simmons doing a podcast with Adam Carolla joking around about Movie Ideas or bullshitting about stuff. But they are able to pull it off and with ease, it's usually pretty hilarious.



Heck, even Dan Patrick can pull off a similiar thing with his crew. But, you're not, you don't have the credentials of the aforementioned.


The difference is that Simmons or Patrick don't NEED to go off topic. Nothing is forced.

Rizzo doesn't put two minutes of work into that lousy show, and it shows. If he was as funny as he thought he was, then maybe. But he's not.

Do some GD homework instead of simply running a dog and pony show.

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Re: Big Show drama today

Unread postby Triple-S » Wed Nov 18, 2009 8:08 pm

Lead Pipe wrote:The difference is that Simmons or Patrick don't NEED to go off topic. Nothing is forced.

Rizzo doesn't put two minutes of work into that lousy show, and it shows. If he was as funny as he thought he was, then maybe. But he's not.

Do some GD homework instead of simply running a dog and pony show.

Unlistenable. You learn NOTHING about Cleveland sports.


Pretty much sums it up. At the very least, if there is a major sporting event going on such as the night after a Cavs game, it would be nice to have that as the main topic and what went wrong/right, and the topic about what the Browns are going to do in terms of Mangini and the Holmgren rumors.

That's what I want to hear when I turn on the radio, not Hammer discussing how awesome the Caddilac Ranch was over the weekend or how much he loves X-Top 40 Single.

If I wanted to hear that crap, I'd turn on 100.7 and watch the talentless and unfunny Opie & Anthony wannabes try to be funny and edgy.

It's sort of like this site, I don't click on an article by Jesse or the writer formally known as Hiko to read them discussing their personal life over the weekend and how it went, or this awesome song they can't get out of their head, I click on it wanting to read their take on how a game went, with the occasional humourous quip put in.
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Re: Big Show drama today

Unread postby jfiling » Wed Nov 18, 2009 8:49 pm

DrPoove wrote:
Cease wrote:I like Rizzo, the rest of the cast I could do without, especially the TALENTLESS HOES in studio.

Fixed that for ya.

And now I finally have an entry point to spout off on how much I hate Chloe Kalin. That stupid skank brings less than nothing to the show, and she looks like an alien, to boot. I have so much less respect for Dan Gilbert after hearing him fawn over that extra-terrestrial, although I guess since he's one of the few men I'm taller than, maybe it's misplaced schadenfreud. You tell me, though, is this hot:
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Re: Big Show drama today

Unread postby TIMMAH » Wed Nov 18, 2009 8:53 pm

Someone remind me again what the point of having "eye candy" on the RADIO is again? I mean wtf? Unless Hammer and Rizz get happy endings everday I just don't see the point. Chloe isn't bad looking. What about that Sabrina girl? There is no way someone that stupid is attractive.. right?
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Re: Big Show drama today

Unread postby pup » Wed Nov 18, 2009 9:12 pm

Color me shocked.

80% of this board could put a better daily radio show out than any of those clowns at KNR.

But don't forget, her taking it in the ass from B-Mac (wonder if he can tackle her?) broke the big story about Braylon.

Keep up the good work Rizz. Maybe someday you can be Munch :lmfao:
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Re: Big Show drama today

Unread postby pup » Wed Nov 18, 2009 9:15 pm

This is what those cats fawn over:
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Re: Big Show drama today

Unread postby Big Money Player » Wed Nov 18, 2009 10:24 pm

Lead Pipe wrote:
Triple-S wrote:Rizzo can be very good sometimes when he sticks to sports, and hell even when Hammer himself is on the radio and they are on the topic of sports, it's usually pretty good. But this has to stop.

Stop with the offtopic crap of the 100 dollar jeans and trying to get laid. It's quite one thing, if you're say Bill Simmons doing a podcast with Adam Carolla joking around about Movie Ideas or bullshitting about stuff. But they are able to pull it off and with ease, it's usually pretty hilarious.



Heck, even Dan Patrick can pull off a similiar thing with his crew. But, you're not, you don't have the credentials of the aforementioned.


The difference is that Simmons or Patrick don't NEED to go off topic. Nothing is forced.

Rizzo doesn't put two minutes of work into that lousy show, and it shows. If he was as funny as he thought he was, then maybe. But he's not.

Do some GD homework instead of simply running a dog and pony show.

Unlistenable. You learn NOTHING about Cleveland sports.


I knew THAT was coming! lol
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Re: Big Show drama today

Unread postby RC » Thu Nov 19, 2009 9:07 am

Rizzo show sucks. I only flip it over there during commercials of Glenn Beck so I only hear it for a couple minutes a day while I'm driving.

Reghi at 3PM isn't bad. He's easily the best one over there at KNR. Not hard considering you have this crap going on with Rizzo's show and Reghi isn't a Steeler fan like Roda.

And don't get me started on that guy Munch........
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Re: Big Show drama today

Unread postby Ziner » Thu Nov 19, 2009 10:51 am

I'm with ya J, Chloe is at best a butterface. Not going to say she doesnt have a nice body, but she does not have an attractive face.

Not saying I wouldnt though :spanky:
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Re: Big Show drama today

Unread postby Larvell Blanks » Thu Nov 19, 2009 10:59 am

Ziner wrote:I'm with ya J, Chloe is at best a butterface. Not going to say she doesnt have a nice body, but she does not have an attractive face.

Not saying I wouldnt though :spanky:

She has a face?
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Re: Big Show drama today

Unread postby Ziner » Thu Nov 19, 2009 11:15 am

Larvell Blanks wrote:
Ziner wrote:I'm with ya J, Chloe is at best a butterface. Not going to say she doesnt have a nice body, but she does not have an attractive face.

Not saying I wouldnt though :spanky:

She has a face?
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Re: Big Show drama today

Unread postby jb » Thu Nov 19, 2009 11:26 am

Best show on radio by far. They actually understand how to run a sports talk show.  It is about bufoonery. I can't believe I missed the show!  That had to be awesome.

JB from Y-town needs to think up an email for hammer...
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Re: Big Show drama today

Unread postby jb » Thu Nov 19, 2009 11:29 am

Larvell Blanks wrote:
Ziner wrote:I'm with ya J, Chloe is at best a butterface. Not going to say she doesnt have a nice body, but she does not have an attractive face.

Not saying I wouldnt though :spanky:

She has a face?
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Mo looks pensive.

Colledge looks confused.

Was that avitar from the episode where they think that kid was gay?
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Re: Big Show drama today

Unread postby DrPoove » Thu Nov 19, 2009 11:39 am

JB wrote:JB from Y-town needs to think up an email for hammer...

It would be better if it was from "Pup from Eastlake" wondering when he can check out Hammer's jeans at Cadillac Ranch...

Just a thought.
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Re: Big Show drama today

Unread postby pup » Thu Nov 19, 2009 11:44 am

DrPoove wrote:
JB wrote:JB from Y-town needs to think up an email for hammer...

It would be better if it was from "Pup from Eastlake" wondering when he can check out Hammer's jeans at Cadillac Ranch...

Just a thought.


You know, every once in a while, that special guest referee takes a chair to the back of his dome.

Just a reminder.
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Re: Big Show drama today

Unread postby Cease » Thu Nov 19, 2009 11:47 am

Ziner wrote:
Larvell Blanks wrote:
Ziner wrote:I'm with ya J, Chloe is at best a butterface. Not going to say she doesnt have a nice body, but she does not have an attractive face.

Not saying I wouldnt though :spanky:

She has a face?
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Looks like she has a hard time finding swim suits that fit.
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Re: Big Show drama today

Unread postby peeker643 » Thu Nov 19, 2009 11:50 am

Pup wrote:
DrPoove wrote:
JB wrote:JB from Y-town needs to think up an email for hammer...

It would be better if it was from "Pup from Eastlake" wondering when he can check out Hammer's jeans at Cadillac Ranch...

Just a thought.


You know, every once in a while, that special guest referee takes a chair to the back of his dome.

Just a reminder.


And then gets kicked about the head and face before being dumped in a shallow grave, right? :nanner:

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Re: Big Show drama today

Unread postby DrPoove » Thu Nov 19, 2009 12:39 pm

Peeker643 wrote:And then gets kicked about the head and face before being dumped in a shallow grave, right? :nanner:

I don't watch much wrestling.

So are you and "The Pupster" laying down a challenge to JB and I?

Whatcha gonna do...

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Re: Big Show drama today

Unread postby Orenthal » Thu Nov 19, 2009 12:40 pm

Peeker643 wrote:
Pup wrote:
DrPoove wrote:
JB wrote:JB from Y-town needs to think up an email for hammer...

It would be better if it was from "Pup from Eastlake" wondering when he can check out Hammer's jeans at Cadillac Ranch...

Just a thought.


You know, every once in a while, that special guest referee takes a chair to the back of his dome.

Just a reminder.


And then gets kicked about the head and face before being dumped in a shallow grave, right? :nanner:

I don't watch much wrestling.


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Re: Big Show drama today

Unread postby jb » Thu Nov 19, 2009 12:52 pm

Rizz just lost it and went off on Hammer.

Priceless.
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Re: Big Show drama today

Unread postby DrPoove » Thu Nov 19, 2009 12:55 pm

JB wrote:Best show on radio by far. They actually understand how to run a sports talk show.  It is about bufoonery.

This is correct for our market. If Goldhummer would actually embrace his bitch role rather than whine about it then it would flow much better.
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Re: Big Show drama today

Unread postby Ziner » Thu Nov 19, 2009 12:58 pm

JB wrote:Rizz just lost it and went off on Hammer.

Priceless.


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Re: Big Show drama today

Unread postby Jumbo » Thu Nov 19, 2009 1:05 pm

So, it was pretty funny, but...

Ziner wrote:
JB wrote:Rizz just lost it and went off on Hammer.

Priceless.


Yes. It was a long time coming.


...um...why?

Now, I've only listened to the show off and on for a few weeks now, and yeah, Hammer can whine a bit...but, as far as today, it seemed like Rizzo championed ignorance, Hammer tried to call him on it, and Rizzo melted down.

(Unless it was just an OSU/UM melt in which case...carry on.)
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Re: Big Show drama today

Unread postby tbone » Thu Nov 19, 2009 1:09 pm

Argh, missed it as I've been listening to the Dayton game. Doubt they will, but hope they put it on their website somewhere.
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Re: Big Show drama today

Unread postby jb » Thu Nov 19, 2009 1:33 pm

Jumbo wrote:So, it was pretty funny, but...

Ziner wrote:
JB wrote:Rizz just lost it and went off on Hammer.

Priceless.


Yes. It was a long time coming.


...um...why?

Now, I've only listened to the show off and on for a few weeks now, and yeah, Hammer can whine a bit...but, as far as today, it seemed like Rizzo championed ignorance, Hammer tried to call him on it, and Rizzo melted down.

(Unless it was just an OSU/UM melt in which case...carry on.)


Hammer is just a young spoiled kid whose rich parents paid $150K so he can work for $25K having fun.

He'll grow up and learn. Rizz needs to keep bitch slapping him.
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Re: Big Show drama today

Unread postby Triple-S » Thu Nov 19, 2009 1:56 pm

Classic radio today, was laughing my ass off at 'Hammer getting owned by Rizzo. Thought for a sec. that there was going to be a meltdown of this proportion



'hammer needs to learn to shut up about dissing Ohio State and stick to just discussing sports, not his 100 dollar jeans.
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Re: Big Show drama today

Unread postby Triple-S » Thu Nov 19, 2009 2:05 pm

Apparently this an EMail Craig Karamizin sent out to someone complaining on OBR

As you guys can tell by the time, I am sending this, it has been a long day. I appreciate the email and want to first apologize for the impersonal nature of this response. I wanted to try to get back to everyone today.



First, I apologize for the language that was heard over the stream. It is not acceptable in our company, it was offensive, and I am sorry for those that heard it.



In regards to the events of today, there will be discipline handed out. However, unlike Tony’s commitment to share EVERYTHING with you, our management team handles disciplinary and personnel issues internally. Beyond Sabrina’s immediate removal from the final hour of today’s show, these details will not be public.

I can assure you that we are very happy with our team and since I have come to Cleveland in October of 2006 that no one has lost a job on air because of something they have said on the air. While it is possible that this may happen in the future, it will not happen as a result of this incident. Sabrina received her position as a result of voting from our listeners and we understand that in bringing in someone raw and inexperienced, there will be unfortunate situations like today.


Specifically, in regards to Hammer, Tony continues to tell me that he will never do radio again without Hammer and they are an inseparable team.

As Tony stated at the end of the show today, sometimes things go away from the Browns, Indians, Cavs, and Buckeyes. Incidents like today sometimes occur when we give our hosts the freedom that they have been given.


In short, I am sorry for the language on today’s show, discipline will be handled internally, but there will be no terminations as a result of today’s broadcast.


Thanks for your support, and again, I apologize for the mass email response. If I missed anything specific, feel free to hit me back and I will reply at some point during the day tomorrow.


Craig



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Re: Big Show drama today

Unread postby FUDU » Mon Nov 23, 2009 12:20 pm

I don't listen often but toady was further proof Rizzo is just a nice guy with a radio show and not a true sports talk guy. He has zero technical game. Zip. He strictly runs on emotion and lives off of his friendship with Bernie.

Today he was laughing at the Steelers for losing to KC, fine, quite entertaining as a Browns fan. But he had to open his mouth once too often and look foolish. He followed that up by saying every time the Steelers win a Superbowl they stink up the joint the next season. LMAO. Really Tony? I take it you weren't alive when they had a strangle hold on the NFL in the 70's winning back to back Superbowls two separate times.

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Re: Big Show drama today

Unread postby jb » Mon Nov 23, 2009 12:50 pm

FUDU wrote:I don't listen often but toady was further proof Rizzo is just a nice guy with a radio show and not a true sports talk guy. He has zero technical game. Zip. He strictly runs on emotion and lives off of his friendship with Bernie.

Today he was laughing at the Steelers for losing to KC, fine, quite entertaining as a Browns fan. But he had to open his mouth once too often and look foolish. He followed that up by saying every time the Steelers win a Superbowl they stink up the joint the next season. LMAO. Really Tony? I take it you weren't alive when they had a strangle hold on the NFL in the 70's winning back to back Superbowls two separate times.

Moron.



Rizz rules. There's not enough sports content to do a dialey sports' talk show for a 3 hour show w/ out buffoonery.

Just pour yourself a Cutty Shark and Coke, crank up some Colby Callett, and enjoy.
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Re: Big Show drama today

Unread postby FUDU » Mon Nov 23, 2009 12:59 pm

JB wrote:
FUDU wrote:I don't listen often but toady was further proof Rizzo is just a nice guy with a radio show and not a true sports talk guy. He has zero technical game. Zip. He strictly runs on emotion and lives off of his friendship with Bernie.

Today he was laughing at the Steelers for losing to KC, fine, quite entertaining as a Browns fan. But he had to open his mouth once too often and look foolish. He followed that up by saying every time the Steelers win a Superbowl they stink up the joint the next season. LMAO. Really Tony? I take it you weren't alive when they had a strangle hold on the NFL in the 70's winning back to back Superbowls two separate times.

Moron.



Rizz rules. There's not enough sports content to do a dialey sports' talk show for a 3 hour show w/ out buffoonery.

Just pour yourself a Cutty Shark and Coke, crank up some Colby Callett, and enjoy.

I need more balance from a sports talk radio show. I like the fact he is a nice guy and can run his show on emotion only, but that is ALL he has. He needs some real insight with some meat on it. For IE as much as some people didn't like Bruce he was a baseball guy. He has the goods on baseball (and it a pretty decent football guy too). So in between all his artsy fartsy stuff he could give you some meat with his takes. Not Tony.

IMO Tony should be the side kick to a more technically knowledgeable host of a show. He is too much a win is a win.
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Re: Big Show drama today

Unread postby jb » Mon Nov 23, 2009 1:00 pm

FUDU wrote:
JB wrote:
FUDU wrote:I don't listen often but toady was further proof Rizzo is just a nice guy with a radio show and not a true sports talk guy. He has zero technical game. Zip. He strictly runs on emotion and lives off of his friendship with Bernie.

Today he was laughing at the Steelers for losing to KC, fine, quite entertaining as a Browns fan. But he had to open his mouth once too often and look foolish. He followed that up by saying every time the Steelers win a Superbowl they stink up the joint the next season. LMAO. Really Tony? I take it you weren't alive when they had a strangle hold on the NFL in the 70's winning back to back Superbowls two separate times.

Moron.



Rizz rules. There's not enough sports content to do a dialey sports' talk show for a 3 hour show w/ out buffoonery.

Just pour yourself a Cutty Shark and Coke, crank up some Colby Callett, and enjoy.

I need more balance from a sports talk radio show. I like the fact he is a nice guy and can run his show on emotion only, but that is ALL he has. He needs some real insight with some meat on it. For IE as much as some people didn't like Bruce he was a baseball guy. He has the goods on baseball (and it a pretty decent football guy too). So in between all his artsy fartsy stuff he could give you some meat with his takes. Not Tony.

IMO Tony should be the side kick to a more technically knowledgeable host of a show. He is too much a win is a win.



He needs to be bumped up against a Les Levine as the next show.
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Re: Big Show drama today

Unread postby Orenthal » Mon Nov 23, 2009 3:12 pm

Kinda agree with JB. Needs a substance show to follow him. Loved RBS for the first year, didn't miss it, now while still the best thing we have not a must listen. Keep Hammer being a douche, it works, he just gets carried away too many times. It takes it from funny, to annoying. Bring in one more producer type guy who does have more meat to his takes, or have regular guests that take that role.

Otherwise it is as good as we have here, seeing as Triv is winding it down, and hasn't been 100% sports for awhile. However when Triv is rolling, its the best show in Cleveland.
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Re: Big Show drama today

Unread postby Jumbo » Mon Nov 23, 2009 4:45 pm

I've thought for some time now that in order to work a sports talk show has to have at least two people in the booth to play off each other. (Rome gets away with it - barely - because of the callers and that fact that he triples the amount of time necessary to get his point across.)

The tradeoff is that having two (or more) hosts will cause things to go off-track, like with Rizzo and Hammer. It's worth it.
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Re: Big Show drama today

Unread postby Spin » Mon Nov 23, 2009 7:03 pm

I was listening the other day and Rizzo was going off on Hammer for being suck a prick. WHY doesn't he just fire him. There aint one person in Cleveland that likes him. When he goes off with his whiney voice, I switch over to Dan Patrick. And I usually don't go back.

The little prick thinks he's the next Peter Brown. He couldn't wipe the saliva off of Brown's microphone, and Brown wasn't all that.

Same with Sabrina. She was a very bad attempt to have someone on the show like the ho's Rover and Maxwell have. Her only claim to fame is getting bounced around by more Cleveland Browns than staph.

It's getting really old.
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Re: Big Show drama today

Unread postby Ziner » Tue Nov 24, 2009 5:37 pm

Ill take the RBS over take your son to work day. Reghi just figured out how to make his show worse. Yes, I am the Grinch.
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Re: Big Show drama today

Unread postby Cease » Tue Nov 24, 2009 5:41 pm

I'm ashamed to mention they fired Chloe today. She's an intern and mistakenly threw down that she wanted A) Gas Money to get to show (weeeeeak move) and/or B) a bigger piece of airtime. Hammer wasn't havin' it, called her bluff. She gone. Mildly amusing.
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Re: Big Show drama today

Unread postby Ziner » Tue Nov 24, 2009 5:59 pm

Cease wrote:I'm ashamed to mention they fired Chloe today. She's an intern and mistakenly threw down that she wanted A) Gas Money to get to show (weeeeeak move) and/or B) a bigger piece of airtime. Hammer wasn't havin' it, called her bluff. She gone. Mildly amusing.



Oh no, how will they fill her absence when she added so much :thud:
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Re: Big Show drama today

Unread postby Spin » Wed Nov 25, 2009 10:46 am

Reghi's son?
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