He's not so much specifically anti-espn as he is pro common sense. They have gone far left with their entire agenda (Bruce Jenner, Missouri protests, Women's March, etc.) and he's called them out for it as it alienates the majority of ESPN's fan base. Which is actually a good thing for FS1. He's also been writing about the sports rights bubble and ESPN losing subscribers for over a year.
I don't really like the guy but I don't disagree with a lot he says either. However, does it not stand to reason that the subscribers ESPN is losing, FS1 is losing too? Assuming, FS1 ever had them to begin with. Does he ever report on the growth factory that FS1 is?
I legit have no idea cause I refuse to give him clicks, but when I go to watch sports, I actually watch the sport, with the exception of when I am on the treadmill in the morning and it is on ESPN. FS1 offers nothing that appeals to me sports-wise.
This post was edited on 2/14 at 10:22 am