Top Ten Best Sports Shows
What I remember about this show is about the legends who appeared on the show, many are no longer with us, but their magic lives on especially when Billy Martin flipped sports when he thinks that Bear Bryant is a baseball manager, not true but very funny.
2020 is no doubt a different year than in past years. The Past was a better time and Saturdays for 35 years (1962-1997) the Pro Bowlers Tour on ABC was the place to be. It was a place where 300 games happen, where a trophy breaks happen, where a 7-10 split conversion happen, where the Firestone Tournament of Champions happen, where the Bowling Tip of the week happen AND where Chris Schenkel and Nelson Burton Jr. happen.
This show revolutionized the sport in more ways than one. The first weekly show to include major highlights of key games and personalities. The forerunner of today's MLB Network Programs.
Here's the godfather of sports biographies. It even got a Sports emmy nomination in 1982 for a biography on Jackie Robinson. This series brought me for the first time stories on such legends like Yogi Berra, Kareem-Abdul Jabbar and can you believe it Bob Uecker.
Long Live Greatest Sports Legends and Long Live its legend.
It was the ultimate show in which we wonder how athletes try to do new sports that many never done before. This ABC American edition saw Joe Frazier, a legendary boxer sank in swimming, or O.J Simpson trying his hands on bowling, or that obstacle course where ANYTHING I mean ANYTHING can happen. it's a way to enjoy watching those athletes give it their best shot.
There's something about this show that back in the old pre-cable TV days was the place to be to see which great NFL game make the cut and down through the years they we're so many of those great games that made NFL History for example:
1977 AFC Divisional Playoffs: Ghost to the Post among many of those great games.
There are sports shows, and then it was this show. The show that would paved the way for other great sports shows and eventually sports channels.
This show no doubt featured lots of thrills of victory and agonies of defeat. It showcased NASCAR in a way highlight films never saw it before. It brought us The Harlem Globetrotters traveling around the world INCLUDING Disney's Hollywood Studios, and it brought us Muhammad Ali, from his beginnings to his sad retirement and a goodwill ambassador in retirement. Wide World totally rocks.
This is the show of the future, with 4 exciting hours to get you ready for Sunday football. This great NFL Network show will have you get ready to head out of the TUNNEL!
This series won an Emmy in 1999, but don't take my word for it, because I Love the series and even more they show in virtually every episode all the great vintage magazine issues with an spotlight individual on the cover, I know I love reading those vintage magazines (TV Guide, Sports Illustrated, Sport, the Sporting News) because it brings back those great memories for me.
Why RollerGames? This was sadly a case of a show that would've been one of the all time great sports shows ever. Rating-wise and critically acclaimed this was truly the greatest one season wonder in TV Sports History.
Yes I know it's a game show,BUT it's also sports trivia as its best and even funniest. The highlight of this show is when Howie Schwab gets STUMPED by a contestant, it's like winning horse racing's triple crown, this show is classic. R.I.P. Stuart Scott
NFL Network's signature show and it keeps getting better year after year and during the season on Mondays, it's your perfect pre-game show FOR Monday Night Football. You can't get better than this. Great hosts, great experts and great action, that's what it's about.
When it premier on PBS in 1974, it was something we previously never seen before. In the first episode the 1958 NFL Championship was seen through the eyes of 6 competitors and their stories we're great. But my favorite episode was when 6 Negro League Players got together to tell great and funny stories about playing Negro League Baseball, this show was pure classic and that's the way it was.