Pat McAfee made his highly-anticipated debut on ESPN this Thursday, completing the switch from FanDuel.
And the former NFL kicker, now one of the most popular sports media personalities in the United States, had an important warning for his viewers ahead of his first show with The Worldwide Leader in Sports.
McAfee let fans know ‘The Pat McAfee Show’ is “comedic and informative,” adding the program will occasionally feature some “cuss” words as it’s how regular people have conversations.
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ESPN, though, has taken a decision over the possibility of swearing being aired on their platform.
Of course, the unpredictability is what really makes the show what it is, though one can predict there will be cussing. However, ESPN is owned by Disney, a very PG company, and, while they will not stop McAfee and his crew from swearing, they will have the episodes delayed on tape so swear words can be cut out.
An uncensored version of the show will be available on YouTube, which is pretty much the same as what it’s always been.
While ESPN has let go of a lot of on-air talent, they’ve brought in two big names in McAfee and Shannon Sharpe ahead of the NFL season. It’s going to be some really entertaining TV.
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