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News Reporter Becoming Online Sensation After Two Odd Sportscast [VIDEO]

Adam Lefkoe is a sports reporter in Louisville, Kentucky and now, out of nowhere, he’s an online hit. It all started a couple weeks ago when he decided to use a little creativity (and a page from Chris Berman’s book) to work 31 old-school wrestlers names into his sports report for no reason at all and called it Wrestlecast 2013. He repeated it again he managed to cram in 41 “Seinfeld” references into his report. While both video’s are funny, I’m curious to know,

Is this a rip off Boomer’s play-by-play or should ESPN offer this guy a job?

And in case you missed it here’s Wrestlecast 2013

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