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1996 PBA Johnny Petraglia Open held at Rutgers Athletic Center in Piscataway, New Jersey. The first match features Pete Weber versus Walter Ray Williams Jr. The second match features Ron Williams versus Walter Ray Williams Jr. The third match features Danny Wiseman versus Walter Ray Williams Jr. The championship match features Steve Jaros versus Walter Ray Williams Jr.
41 Comments on “1996 Johnny Petraglia Open”
That PDW mullet! wow!
No one embraced the 1990s quite like PDW.
who came here just for the mullet?
when gymnastics and bowling meet
@dcbandnerd those were both 80s hair styles.
@Jason Maier The rat-tail was toward the tail-end of the 1994 winter tour – was the subject of many tight zoom shots by the ABC Sports cameras.
Say what you like but Pete is always first to get up and congratulate his opponent.
I used to love the ball commercials…who can forget the Piranha?
Love him !
the beginning was the most 90’s thing I have ever seen
That’s one of the most impressive mullets I’ve ever seen
Man, Pete Weber really had a giant mullet. I thought mullets were gone by 1996, I must have been mistaken.
The mullet is timeless
Tracy is very pretty!!!
Ray Campbell yeah, too bad she left PDW because of his lifestyle. You’d think after four wives that PDW might try to evaluate what he’s doing that’s driving a dividing wedge in his relationships.
@Douglas Harris you mean the one he is still with?
Pete is never boring,added spice to the pba
That has to be the greatest mullet of all time. Riff Raff has nothing on that.
The original Joe Dirt aka Pete Weber
Love how quiet a crowd that size gets!! Makes it so suspenseful🎳🎳🎳
Was not expecting to see an ad for a bowling video game made by Bethesda Softworks haha, man that’s wild. How far they’ve come…and subsequently fallen.
Good lord, i forgot that Pete was rocking a Mullet
Man the vibe from back then. I wish it would come back. And Webers hair it’s like a mullet but better.
I totally forgot about Rons WEIRD back swing.
Also, Walter Ray was a beast. Insane how much that guy flushed the pocket. No BS luck strikes like we see so much today
WTF is a “BS luck strike”, other than pulling it and accidentally getting a brooklyn?
@S1rWakka are you kidding? Equipment now is asininely stronger than it was here. Pin action is stupid as a result, meaning guys are striking off lousy shots on a regular basis.
@Brandon Harrington Heavier oil patterns are cancelling that out. When I bowled in the 90s me and others with good rev rates and axis rotation were already getting 90% strikerates on light, medium and high-flush pocket hits.
@S1rWakka 90%…. lmfao. Thanks for pointing that out. No arguing with people like yourself.
@Brandon Harrington Maybe not 90% – I didn’t keep official records – but a lot. My point is that even in the 90s one could compensate lack of accuracy with higher rev rate, and vice versa.
Can I go back in time to this era. Everything from the Montgomery Ward commercial to everything else. This was when life was life, and worth getting up for every day. Now, our world is nothing but a travesty.
I’m actually watching the commercials bc it’s not about the corona virus lmao
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@Beau Ace Damn! It took like 10 minutes but it actually worked!
Me too 😂
Weber had a beautiful Kentucky Waterfall here 🤣
Of all of the matches I’ve seen where Pete Weber is against Walter Ray William Jr, it seems like Walter wins every time.
@10:37 Tim Curry (Home Alone, Annie) sighting, probably conferring with the legend Mark Roth, about a possible bowling flick B4 KingPin, lol
Intro reminded me of Saved by the Bell intro. 🤣🤣🤣🤣
Walter Ray Williams JR puts a tremendous amount of roll on the ball.