Here is something you’ve probably never seen before.
Usually ESPN is rather boring these days as it’s filled with woke washed up athletes giving their two cents on sports and politics.
But an ESPN analyst just got crushed by a wall live on set and you have to see it to believe it.
ESPN is the CNN of sports media.
If a game isn’t on air, ESPN is usually just a bunch of talking heads yelling at each other about sports – and politics.
You can predict what the usual washed up athletes giving us their two cents are going to say before they say it.
Oftentimes they are wrong on their sports predictions.
And if it’s not an athlete it’s some sports journalist who hasn’t played a game in over 20 years.
But when a wall falls and crushes a soccer analyst live on ESPN, now that’s primetime television.
While on ESPN FC, soccer analyst Carlos Orduz was sitting at the discussion desk when out of nowhere a heavy wall crushed him from behind.
You can see the video of the incident below:
But even after getting dropped by a wall weighing hundreds of pounds on his back and neck, Orduz was able to walk away from the incident.
Orduz claimed, “I want to tell you that I’m fine. Thank God. They’ve already checked me, absolutely nothing happened apart from the scare.”
Carlos Orduz learned the hard way that walls are formidable opponents to man.
Few men tried to scale the Great Wall of China.
And even fewer illegal aliens tried to go through Trump’s border wall before Biden began dismantling it.
But this wall on ESPN’s set had its eye on Orduz and gave him the hardest hit the soccer world has ever seen.
Hopefully Orduz stays aways from walls in the future.
And maybe ESPN can spend the millions they do on their sets to actually get a weighted wall that doesn’t fall and crush their analysts.
Sports with balls will keep you up-to-date with this ongoing story.