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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
Alex Smith’s NFL Career Is Likely Finished Mark Bacon—Main Event Sports DC Early yesterday morning, former Washington Redskins quarterback Joe Theismann reminded his wife that it was the 33rd anniversary of the broken leg he suffered against the New York Giants on Nov. 18, 1985 – an injury considered one of the most gruesome in Read more about Mr. Smith Leaves Washington (On A Stretcher)[…]
Mark R. Bacon—Main Event DC Let’s have some fun, shall we… Draymond Green botched the final possession of regulation against the Clippers on Monday night, so Kevin Durant yelled at him on the sideline, Green yelled back, one or both of them did some more yelling in the locker room. Green got suspended one game Read more about What’s Behind the Kevin Durant — Draymond Green Argument?[…]
Mark Bacon—Main Event Sports DC The Washington Wizards’s listless start to the season has rightfully put the team on notice. They’ve dropped winnable games in frustrating fashion over the past two weeks, searching for answers on the fly after coming out of the gate hamstrung. The Wiz have been somewhat volatile in the past—but not Read more about Trade John Wall?[…]
Mark Bacon—Main Event Sports DC The sad truth about Carmelo Anthony is we’re seeing his final days in the NBA. He’s had knee surgery, he’s 34 years old, but neither age nor injury have caused his career to hit the rocks. That came into sharp focus this weekend. Just 10 games into his career as a Read more about Melo & The Hard Truth[…]