Ill be honest, I didnt like any of them at first. But I came around, I guess. Its funny how obvious it is that Poole is out of his element when Bags is out. You would think being on the show everyday he could hold his own. But you can almost feel his tention thru the speakers when he has to cover for Bagman, having to go to breaks and coming back from breaks. Thats not a slam in anyway, but an observation. You get used to hearing them both, and you dont even think about their individual roles until they have to swap. When he says he is not an announcer, I always think, hell he should be used t it by now. But now I understand what he is talking about. But KUDOS to all of them, I sure as hell couldnt do it!:bigclap:What a show it is! This has been a fantastic year. I know I'm in the minority here but I used to laugh my tail off at the fights that Poole and Marty used to have.
Fact is though, without Poole, that show isn't near as good.
I love when he tries to be cool and up with the times!!! But the two together are almost what we had in NY "Mike and the Mad Dog", without the major egos though. Well Bagley has an ego at times!!!!Just now listening to what I recorded and I must say this mornings broadcast was about the funniest thing I have ever heard. Pooley saying "it ain't nothing but a G-thing" just about made me spit my drink out. Y'all were on a roll today.