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ESPN’s dreamy WEC news headline

By Zach Arnold | August 9, 2009

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They’re running on their channel crawler that Miguel Torres defeated Brian Bowles to keep the WEC Bantamweight title. They even made Bowles’ record 7-1.

Topics: Media, MMA, WEC, Zach Arnold | 9 Comments » | Permalink | Trackback |

9 Responses to “ESPN’s dreamy WEC news headline”

  1. jr says:

    “It works for TMZ”-ESPN

  2. Adam Smith says:

    Sounds like Frank Mir may have had a hand in it…

  3. Mark says:

    ESPN doesn’t even really care that much about the UFC, do you think they care if they get the WEC results correct? Someone probably just assumed it was a squash match and put it on the scroll without double checking. Either that or they didn’t care enough to tell who was who.

  4. Dave says:

    Somebody probably told them the ‘guy with the bad hair’ one and they just assumed they meant Torres’ mullet and not Bowles’ legoman hair.

  5. Mr_Mike says:

    The correct term for Bowles hair would be a mop top, as made popular by the Beatles.

  6. archerD says:

    Thats hilarious and totally right on!
    I just spit on my keyboard.

    I hate ESPN almost as much as
    I hate Mike Goldberg

  7. Darce says:

    too funny, Adam Smith, had to get up off the floor after reading that. LMFAO

  8. Ben Hebert says:

    Also commented that Anderson Silva was defending his light heavyweight title against Forrest Griffin


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