Is this the most ESPN thing ever? During what was one of the greatest (if not greatest) Monday Night Football game in history. ESPN didn’t want the fans of Mexico City (where the game was originally supposed to be played) to feel left out. But we are in 2018 and the internet will always be the first to spot out a lie:
— NHL INTEL DESK (@ClaytonGeisler) November 20, 2018
Yeah, ESPN that’s called Buffalo Wild Wings.
A fan did some research and may have uncovered a bit more, but it’s still not entirely convincing just yet.
Looked up "Almoa bar Mexico city" and it doesnt exist. Then look up "buffalo wild wings Burbank CA" and look at the pictures, they match. Folks feel free to try this at home https://t.co/x6Hl0m5zd6
— St. Patrice (@Bergy_37) November 20, 2018
Can someone please explain what the point of this is? I mean ESPN… come on. I mean why the hell would you even think this is a good thing to “try” to pull off. You suck.
At least the game was amazing.
Anybody know if "Alboa bar" translates to "Buffalo Wild Wings" in Spanish? pic.twitter.com/WY19btpPyM
— Busted Coverage (@bustedcoverage) November 20, 2018