Check out the newest edition of “The A-Train Show,” on this show, the A-Train welcomes a roundtable discussion with the N The Zone Network family… Palmer Alexander III of “N The Zone” and from “Sports With Ashley,” Ashley Wright. They discuss the NBA: LeBron and the Lakers, who wins in the East, can anyone stop the Warriors, and NBA Free Agency. Also discussions of the NCAA tourney, the recent retirements of Rob Gronkowski, Jeremy Maclin and Jordy Nelson, and what happened to Ashley’s New York Giants and the new-look Cleveland Browns. Fun-filled episode sponsored by VK Credit Repair and Preferred Realty Investment Company.
Time for another edition of N The Zone REPLAYING THE HITS! We take you back to Season 3 when Rory Karpf (@RoryKarpf), award-winning filmmaker and director joined N The Zone to talk about his work with the “30 For 30” Ric Flair documentary along with dismissing the notion that the same old story was given on Flair, along with being a fan of the wrestling genre. The guys also talk to him about his work with ESPN and how he developed a relationship with them, what was his best film that he has worked on, along with how he got connected with rapper Snoop Dogg. Plus touching base on the “I Hate Christian Laettner” documentary, how that came to fruition and what new projects he has in store for the future.
On the latest episode of “The Derek King Sports Show,” STL has the NFL, they just don’t know it yet. Derek discusses the current and past lawsuits involving NFL relocation.
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For the first time on “The A-Train Show,” the A-Train welcomes Bauce (@bauce_man82) of the Forever Oakland Initiative. Here they discuss the happenings in Oakland with their lawsuit against the NFL, how they learned from St. Louis and what it could mean for the city of Oakland if St. Louis wins their lawsuit, in addition to showing love to guys in Los Angeles who are their biggest Twitter fans. An explosive 2-part (segment) conversation that brought out the feelings and humor of the A-Train and Bauce and is definitely one worth listening to.
The A-Train (@TheATrainShow) stopped by Girl Chat Sports (@GirlChatSports) w/ Mo Threats (@aicenom) and Melissa Ferris (@seattle4_life) this past week talking the pigskin. More importantly, the Alliance of American Football and the XFL. The A-Train shares the current status of the AAF, the standouts in the league, the league rules, players on the rise and attendance. In addition, he shares his excitement for the XFL, bringing football back to St. Louis, where he resides, and the anticipation of their opening in 2020. In addition, the girls welcomed former Miami Dolphins LB Channing Crowder; he gives his thoughts on the NFL Combine and the upcoming NFL Draft.
This week’s N The Zone LIVE guest is Brian Barefield AKA Big Sarge of “Big Sarge Sports” from 92.3 FM in Houston. Palmer talks Houston Rockets and the Western Conference of the NBA with Big Sarge and if the Rockets can win it all this season. Also, they get deep as they talk about colon cancer and how both men and women need to be checked as soon as possible; along with Big Sarge going to Washington DC to speak with Congress about more positive change to fight colon cancer.
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In this week’s edition of “The Monologue,” The Livn Legend tells you why Isaac Bruce should be in the Hall of Fame right now over Tony Gonzalez, who was named a Hall of Famer at the NFL Honors ceremony Super Bowl weekend.
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Back on the show this week, Natasha Gransberry (@TheGransberry) of The Gransberry Chronicles and author of The Gransberry Gridiron Guide joins Palmer Alexander talking her recent Super Bowl experience that included some time on the ESPN First Take set.