I was just wondering if there will be a U.S. Open, I heard it was scrapped because of the incompetence of the powers that be of both PBA and the BPAA. Is this true? Will Wes Malott and Liz Johnson, the players who each the Men'a and Women's U.S. Open titles last year even get a chance to defend their titles???
ESPN needs to sell the PBA, I suggest to Vince McMahon, who turned his late father's fledgling Northeast-based promotion known then as the WWF from an unknown to a multi-billion-dollar global empire in which the WWE is today, I believe that HE would provide better ownership for the PBA than ESPN and the current owners ever could.
Plus, he can get us a better time slot for us that would be far better for the long-term health of the PBA rather than the current time slots they have right now, going up against the NFL and tape-delayed events like they have on cheap third-tier cable channels (like CBS Sports Network is) that hardly anyone even knows exists and that carriers may not have.
Also, Vince can cross-market and bring awareness to the PBA through WWE programming and the PBA can market the WWE shows and PPV events on PBA programming as well. Also, he can bring more attention to our great sport and the top level of it to the very same masses who watch WWE RAW and other WWE shows by having PBA stars make appearances on shows like Raw, SmackDown!, and Main Event, and have WWE Superstars on sets of PBA telecasts during the year.
I know all this sounds ridiculous, but anything to save the Association and the Tour from the turmoil, financial debt and lack of brand recognition that just might force the PBA to cease operations altogether.
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