2019 DHC PBA Japan Invitational Stepladder Finals

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The stepladder finals of the 2019 DHC PBA Japan Invitational feature Jakob Butturff, Takuya Miyazawa, Jason Belmonte, Dom Barrett and Chris Barnes.

Originally webcast live on FloBowling April 28, 2019 from Tokyo Port Bowl in Tokyo, Japan.

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33 Comments on “2019 DHC PBA Japan Invitational Stepladder Finals”

  1. I don’t mean to poke fun, but I can’t help but laugh every time I see that woman up front who looks like she’s witnessing the most horrifying thing ever lol

    1. @Joseph Calandria Actually she’s in the 2018 event as well. She might be a bowler or a proprietor or event organizer…

      EDIT: She’s in the 2016 event too in the sidelines.

  2. To Stu, Simo’s a way better more versatile bowler than Jesper tho. I put him ahead of Jesper

  3. Stu Williams reminds me a lot of Mike Durbin… best color commentator ever for bowling in my opinion. His knowledge of the sport combined with a true enthusiasm for the competition are a wonderful combination.

  4. Lets go jase belmo 🌹 💪🏻 is it me or is stu really great on being a commentator as well as he bowl? Great bowling insights and knowledge 🙏🏻
    #2hand
    #stormnation
    #MalaysianFans

    1. I agree @Drummachine. Of all the centers I’ve bowled in over the years, only one of them had the ball return behind the entire approach. It’s a great idea, not sure why that isn’t the standard across the country. Would definitely help the bowlers who are hindered by it.

    2. I agree. I’ve always thought that a ball return on the approach is like having a tree on the 50 yard line.

  5. Beef Stu the next Randy? Really enjoyed his commentary. Great knowledge and insight as well as humour.

  6. Jakub is a class act. Stands and claps with the crowd on Belmo’s fill ball. Always enjoy watching both of these guys.

  7. What do you mean he was going to tell him he couldn’t throw back up balls? It’s warm up, there’s absolutely no reason some official should be telling the number one bowler in the world how to warm up. Hell, he should be able to warm up lofting a 6 lb. pink house ball if he wants to. Ridiculous.

  8. Great to see QubicaAMF pins (especially the red instead of the pink glow version). I like the Max Crown design but it kinda sucks Brunswick has a monopoly on American PBA events.

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