PBA Nearly Perfect | Walter Ray Williams Jr. Rolls 289 Game to Break All-Time Titles Record

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In the championship match of the 2006 Dydo Japan Cup, Walter Ray Williams Jr. defeated Pete Weber with a 289 game, breaking the all-time PBA Tour titles record. The win was Williams' 42nd title, breaking a tie with Earl Anthony.

Williams has since won five more times on the PBA Tour for a record 47 titles.

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25 Comments on “PBA Nearly Perfect | Walter Ray Williams Jr. Rolls 289 Game to Break All-Time Titles Record”

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  1. Walter Ray has no doubt had the absolute worst luck against him when it comes to trying to achieve a 300 game on TV.

  2. PETE WEBER, WALTER RAY WILLIAMS JR./ AND THE HIGHEST REV. RATE [ ROBERT SMITH] AWESOME BOWLING IN JAPAN 2006💥💥💥💥💪💪💪💪

  3. It had to be so tough mentally against Walter Ray. You knew going in that he simply wasn’t going to throw a ‘bad’ shot. It was more about whether you could out carry him. Because mistakes just weren’t likely to come.

  4. I’ve played horseshoes with Walter. He gets pissed off real quick when things don’t go his way.

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