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Recap : The Mojo Sports Show #57

Mojo Sports Show

The Mojo Sports Show #57 aired this past Sunday Morning, and next week will be back to airing every Saturday Morning on the Totally Driven Entertainment Network.

Mfr. Mojo’s opening rant was on LaVar Ball the dad of UCLA PG Lonzo Ball who keeps making outrageous comments to media.

Mr. Mojo started off talking about the NCAA Tournament. Went through each game from past few days of the tournament and also previewed the rest of the weekend games. Mojo also talked Baseball and talked about the Mets and Yankees.

Mr. Mojo’s first guest was Christine from Pine bush. They talked about the Yankees & Cowboys.

Mr. Mojo’s second guests were Padman from Jersey and Allen from Old Bridge. They talked about Youth Sports, Coaching and Volunteering and what it means to the kids and the community. They also talked Baseball specifically the Mets. They also talked about the Yankees and the NFL.

Mr. Mojo’s third guest was Magic Mike Ferrera form Pro Wrestling Now. They talked about March Madness and the best games of the Tournament so far. They also talked about the Atlanta Braves and the rest of MLB.

Mr. Mojo then did his Baseball season preview. Making his playoff and awards predictions for the coming season.

The phone lines were busy throughout the show on all of these subjects asking questions which Mr. Mojo was providing his insight and opinion on.

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Make sure to tune in every Saturday Morning at 10:00am for The MOJO Sports Show, and call in the phone lines are always open 718-508-9883.

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1 Comments

  1. slutlyfter.com, August 23, 2017:

    Elsewhere there were cracking matches as AJ Styles beat Shane McMahon, Kevin Owens seized Chris Jericho s US title, Seth Rollins gained revenge against Triple H, and Neville retained his cruiserweight gold versus Austin Aries on the Kickoff pre-show.

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