2022 PBA League Carter Division Stepladder Finals | Full PBA Bowling Telecast

The 2022 PBA League Carter Division stepladder finals feature the Las Vegas High Rollers, Dallas Strikers, Guaranteed Rate Chicago Hitmen, Silver Lake Atom Splitters and Snickers Waco Wonders.

Originally aired on FS1 July 7, 2022 from Bayside Bowl in Portland, Maine.

Part of the 2022 PBA Tour on YouTube presented by Kia.

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17 Comments on “2022 PBA League Carter Division Stepladder Finals | Full PBA Bowling Telecast”

  1. Alles sehr schön. Aber zuerst zusammen die Nummern 10 und 1. Eine warmthhh.Online Brünette und eine andereb Blondine. Es wäre unfair, wenn ich 4 wählen würde

  2. Walter Ray wearing a mask while also face to face with all his teammates slapping their hands after every shot 🤦🏻‍♂️ talk about brainwashed

    1. You know it’s very common for people to wear masks for other reasons right? Like people wear them when allergy season is bad especially N95 masks. Also why do you care? It’s not like he is giving his team a hard time about not wearing one.

  3. Can someone tell me where the link between the PBA and WWE came from? I’m confused yet intrigued.

    1. I’m pretty sure one of WWE’s shows (Smackdown) is on Fox and since the PBA is on FS1 it would make sense.

    2. @Stephen Levine I figured that much, but I mean there’s so many other things they could tie into bowling broadcasts but they chose only wrestling for some reason. I was wondering if there’s something deeper there considering you don’t see Nascar ads or checkered flags, just title belts and wrestling ads.

    3. @John Suave honestly not sure why haha. My only other guess would be that similar demographics watch both. Honestly yeah thays is a bit weird.

  4. I’m starting to think WRJ is conscientious of his breath! But being the greatest at this point in time he can cover his breath up any way he wants 🙂

  5. Is there a reason I can’t stand Tom D? I don’t know what it is…..he just seems like a knob of the highest order

  6. Let’s count how many times we hear someone yell ‘let’s gooooooo” or “that’s what im talking about”…..

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