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Slayer loves inclusion in John Clayton's ESPN ad

John Clayton's newest ESPN commercial has quickly reached legendary status. In the spot, Clayton is seen wearing a Slayer t-shirt and lives at home with his mom. Kerry King, the lead singer and guitarist of the classic metal band Slayer, reacts humorously to the ad in the video below. I love Kerry King's laugh. Check out the must-watch video right here. Sadly, he's...
Via Awful Announcing
September 18, 2012  |  Discuss
ROCK OUT

John Clayton's epic ad has blooper reel

After releasing what is arguably their most successful Sportscenter commercial to date, getting 2,062,650 views in 6 days, they have released the blooper reel for the commercial, and it is a must-see. The commercial: I love that John Clayton, a hall of fame writer, took the time to make an epic commercial that is as funny as this.
Via Diehardsport
September 12, 2012  |  Discuss

ESPN kills it with hilarious John Clayton ponytail commercial (Video)

Say what you will about ESPN. They’re too mainstream. They steal people’s stuff without giving credit. They protect certain sports figures. Whether you agree with the complaints or not, you have probably heard them all. But don’t you dare try to say the most recent “This is SportsCenter” commercial that the World Wide Leader released isn’t solid gold. Since he is almost...
Via Larry Brown Sports
September 06, 2012  |  Discuss

John Clayton's Hair Situation, Social Life Revealed in Hilarious 'This Is SportsCenter' Commercial (Video)

ESPN's John Clayton is a man of some mystery. Sure, we know that he's a fine NFL analyst for ESPN, but other than that, we're a little unsure. He doesn't look like the coolest kid on the street, and what's the deal with his hair anyway? Is there a ponytail? Is there a mullet? Is there some sort of magical combination of the two that we don't even know about...
Via NESN.com
September 06, 2012  |  Discuss

Video: ESPN’s New “This Is SportsCenter” Commercial With John Clayton Is…Awesome

ESPN does a lot of things wrong. If you read this site regularly, you know that we point them out from time to time. But there are still many things the WWL does well. The 30 for 30 series certainly comes to mind. And the “This Is SportsCenter” commercial series certainly has been a consistent feather in the cap of the network for a long time. And so it continues. Here is the...
Via Midwest Sports Fans
September 06, 2012  |  Discuss
SLAYER!

John Clayton rocks in new ESPN commercial

Over the years John Clayton has developed a reputation as one of the most reliable sources of inside NFL information. ESPN released this ad featuring a hilarious behind the scenes look at how Clayton spends his time when he’s not appearing on Sportscenter: The rumors of Clayton having a ponytail have become urban legend, so [...]
Via Los That Sports Blog
September 06, 2012  |  Discuss
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