WRW does use 15 lbs, and has for a few years. During last seasons trick shot competition Chris Barnes took a dig at him for it. After WRW's ball deflected too much trying for some sort of weird split set up, Barnes said that wouldn't have happened if you used a man's weight.
Also that was hilarious CoachJim.
I guess then that my hunch was correct about Walter Ray using 15-pound equipment.
Nelson Burton Jr. used to condemn players using 15 pound balls after they leave a weak-10 on an apparent good hit, and had for a number of years. I used to hear him say that 15-pound balls hit weak when he was on ABC Sports about a few years ago before they pulled the plug on the PBA back in 1997.
I myself have used 16-pound balls since I started bowling seriously back in 1989, and have heard the cons and pros about players using lighter balls over the 20+ years I have been involved in tbis great sport, and I think that no matter how good the technology of today's equipment is, there are always going to be debates on its use, especially in serious competition.
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