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.
Here it is folks! The 1st REAL episode of The A-Train Show and it’s a good one. Tony Scott is back in St. Louis and he’s going to do weekends on 95.5 R&B for the LOU and we talk about how he’s able to back on air in St. Louis, plus other projects that he has going on, in addition to talk about his family that he mentions on social media.
Kelsey Nicole Nelson (@therealknelson), award-winning sports radio and television personality, one of the hardest working and bright reporters today, joins Palmer Alexander talking about her interview with LaVar Ball and how that came too. Also, her time working on the sidelines for various teams in the Mid-Atlantic, along with the Big East Network and Georgetown Hoyas women’s basketball team. Plus she talks about her work in the community and that has impacted her career while it’s still on the rise.
You can catch her weekly show, “Listen In with KNN” on Fox Sports 96.9 FM & 1340 AM every Tuesday and Thursday.
Don’t forget to check out our past interviews w/ Edniesha Curry and La-Vaughnda Taylor.
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We are giving appreciation to some of the ladies in sports.
For your listening pleasures…if you love basketball, women’s basketball, women’s PROFESSIONAL basketball, check out the 2017 WBCBL National Semifinal between the Charlotte Invasion and the defending champion St. Louis Surge. Arlington Lane handles the play-by-play, Palmer Alexander and Ashley Wright provide color commentary for this epic semifinal.
As the St. Louis Surge look to become national champions for the second year in a row and finish undefeated, they first have to win the national semifinal. They take on the Charlotte Invasion, a team that has given the Surge fits in the past and look to beat them at their own game. Here’s the 1st quarter action from the Fontbonne Field House with the call from play-by-play man Arlington Lane, and color commentators Palmer Alexander III and Ashley Wright. Sponsored by Deer Valley Home Health and Ol’ Henry Restaurant.
Here’s the 2nd quarter action from the Fontbonne Field House of the 2017 WBCBL National Semifinal between the Charlotte Invasion and the St. Louis Surge. Here’s the call from play-by-play man Arlington Lane, and color commentators Palmer Alexander III and Ashley Wright. Sponsored by Deer Valley Home Health and Ol’ Henry Restaurant.
Arlington Lane and Ashley Wright give their thoughts on the first half of the 2017 WBCBL National Semifinal with the “Ol’ Henry Restaurant Halftime Show.”
Moving to 3rd quarter action from the Fontbonne Field House of the WBCBL National Semifinal between the Charlotte Invasion and St. Louis Surge. More with Arlington Lane, Palmer Alexander III and Ashley Wright with the call. Sponsored by Deer Valley Home Health and Ol’ Henry Restaurant.
Here’s the exciting conclusion of the 4th quarter from the Fontbonne Field House of the WBCBL National Semifinal between the Charlotte Invasion and the St. Louis Surge. Does the Surge make the national title or does their glorious season end here? Here’s Arlington, Palmer and Ashley with the action. Sponsored by Deer Valley Home Health and Ol’ Henry Restaurant.
Arlington, Palmer and Ashley give their final thoughts on the national semifinal along with giving their player of the game awards and their interview with Surge head coach Tony Condra.
Vince McMahon knows how to get the attention.
The chairman of the WWE couldn’t have picked a better week to get the national attention in sports.
There was RAW’s 25th anniversary show on Monday night that featured great memories and nostalgic moments. (Aside from the following Tuesday’s Smackdown and Wednesday’s NXT events) Not to mention having the anniversary show in not one, but TWO venues with the Barclays Center and the original home of “Monday Night RAW,” the Manhattan Center. The eyes were on Vince.
Then on Thursday afternoon, the long-awaited announcement from Vince on the return of the XFL, or as I previously stated, “The Rebirth.” Maybe it wasn’t that long (it was made in November), but it damn sure felt that way. Again Vince had the eyes for that one because pro football is a little vulnerable right now with the fallout of politics being entered into the game. Vince gave a basic overview on what to look forward to in the new league. NO GIMMICKS, NO POLITICS, JUST FOOTBALL. Again, the eyes were on Vince.
Then last night, WWE began another weekend of action with its brand NXT and its “Takeover” in Philadelphia. 5 stellar matches including the brand’s top championship match in which the champion Andrade “Cien” Almas retained against challenger Johnny Gargano. I must say that was one helluva match. It entertained from the start of the match to the end of it. I have watched a couple of these NXT pay-per-views and each time I enjoyed it. I need to start watching more of the brand. Again, eyes were on Vince.
Then Sunday night, WWE capped it off in Philadelphia with the 2018 Royal Rumble with a history-in-the-making match. For the 1st time, a Rumble had 30 women compete and one of them (Asuka was the winner) will get the opportunity for a Women’s Title shot at Wrestlemania in April. Along with 8 other matches, that included the Men’s Royal Rumble match (Shinsuke Nakamura won and announced that he would fight AJ Styles for the WWE Championship at Wrestlemania)…once again the eyes were on Vince.
NOW, I understand that the Grammys took place at the same time but that did not stop Vince from banking in on the ones that truly watch his promotion. Especially when his promotion grabbed MAJOR news headlines when UFC fighter Ronda Rousey showed up at the end of the Royal Rumble pay-per-view which then prompted “The Worldwide Leader In Sports” to announce that she had signed with Vince’s promotion and participate full-time.
Vince couldn’t have planned this past week any better.
NOTE: If you read this and notice that I have used McMahon’s first name, it’s only for the sake of this piece.