“The big tamale...The Moxie Games. I could not stop watching it. It was simply remarkable” - Barstool Sports
“Never in my life have I wanted something so bad and not known until I received it”
“IT. WAS. THE. GREATEST.” - 103gbfrocks
“Dodge Juggle! My favorite #TheOcho event, I can’t believe this exists.”
“I could seriously watch #dodgejuggle all the time, it is awesome!”
I don’t actually know what I was watching, but I could not stop watching it. We had two teams with dodge balls, mostly shirtless, trying to guard their main guy in the back who was juggling bowling pins. Whichever team’s bowling pin guy dropped his pin first lost the round. The cast of characters during this event was identical to Dodgeball the movie. We had a team of savages who were shirtless, doing crazy flips left and right (they won). We had a group of smokeshows in yoga pants who could not have been worse at this game than they were. I mean they lasted three seconds every single time the whistle blew to begin throwing. Zero concept of how to protect their guy and no chance of knocking pins over because their throws were coming in at 10 mph. We even had a group of guys all in jeans who looked like they were all shopping at a Home Depot right before they got pulled into this. It was simply remarkable.
Then we got some good old fashion rock paper scissors because duh….
And whatever this is…I’m so in.
Sure, some soccer ping pong which is just absolutely outrageous to watch
At the end of the day this needs to be on from April until the end of August non stop on ESPN U. What else is ESPN U going to show on a Wednesday afternoon in July? We’re going to talk about the upcoming college football season which is three months away? We gonna talk about concussions and how college football is too dangerous? Seriously, there is no reason this should not become a permanent thing. Big Cat said this on the rundown the other day, but waking up hungover on a Saturday, during the summer, only to turn on the Moxie Games with guys juggling bowling pins is a life I NEED to live. Could you imagine they got Cotton McKnight and Pepper Brooks to call one of these things? Ratings bonanza. Do the right the right thing ESPN for one goddamn time.