More Than Just Talk
MELA or the Main Event Leadership Academy is our award winning sports journalism and leadership development mentoring program.
Main Event Kombat
Main Event Kombat is the boxing/MMA promotion side of Main Event Sports.
The ME Foundation is another way we give back to the community. With the ME Foundation we have sponsored backpack give-a-ways, Toy drives, and much more.
Main Event Sports Tours
Now you can go to the best sporting events in the country with Main Event Sports Tours. Soon we will be offering travel excursions to the biggest sporting events in the country
Who we are. The Main Event Sport Show is Kentuckiana’s only urban sports show and the longest running sports show in Louisville. The show consist of host Haven Harrington, Raashaan Myers, and writers Travis Williams, Mark Bacon, Ken Clayton and Josh “The Intern” keene. We are a fast paced, dynamic show that not only covers sports in the Kentuckiana area, but now in DC and Tampa!. We are on every Saturday from 6-7PM on WLOU 104.7 FM. You can also download our app on the Google Play Store or Apple App Store. What we do. We are more than just a sports talk show. Main Event Sports is a multidimensional sports information outlet. We cover all things sports through the airwaves, blogs, pictures, video, and much more. We are a one stop shop for the best in sports coverage, opinions, and fan reaction. What makes us different. We are more than just talk. We also run an award winning youth leadership training program called the Main Event Leader Academy or MELA Main Event Sports also has one of the most dynamic apps in the industry with writers in DC, South Florida, Seattle and Kentucky. Download the App now to interact with us on your phone or tablet and to read some of the best sports articles in the nation.
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Main Event Blog
By Mark Bacon The Wizards’ defense delivered in crucial moments down the stretch, and Washington defeated the Atlanta Hawks, 103-99, for a 3-2 lead in this best-of-seven series. In the friendly confines of Verizon Center, Washington erased memories of its previous two games in Atlanta, including the 34 points the team surrendered in the final Read more about There’s No Place Like Home: Beal, Wall Lead Wizards Past Hawks, 103-99[…]
By Mark Bacon For several months, the Washington Wizards have been THE trendy pick to do well in these NBA playoffs. Since an epic overtime tussle with Cleveland in early February, dreams of a Wizards-Cavaliers Eastern Conference finals have danced in heads in DC and far beyond. Never mind that the Wizards haven’t made such a run Read more about Balanced Hawks Hold Off Wizards 111-101, Even Series 2-all[…]
By Mark Bacon John Wall and Bradley Beal are one of the league’s best backcourts, and they proved it in a big way Wednesday night in Game 2 of their first-round series against the Atlanta Hawks. It was an ugly game, with 55 fouls called between the two teams, but in the fourth quarter Wall Read more about Wall, Beal Raise Bar–Wizards Up 2-0 On Hawks[…]
By Mark Bacon The Washington Wizards hosted a playoff series for the first time since 1979. The atmosphere was electric, and the Wiz took advantage of it, using a wholly dominant third quarter to a 114-107 victory in the first game of their first-round series against the Atlanta Hawks yesterday in DC. John Wall led Read more about NBA Playoffs: Wall Does It All[…]