PBA Post Show presented by Kia | 2022 U.S. Open

The PBA Post Show for the 2022 U.S. Open stepladder finals from Royal Pin Woodland in Indianapolis, Indiana.

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  1. I was rooting for Jake Peters👍, back when he was attending Wichita State, my son Tyler also was and they came by our home in Indiana on their way back from a tournament in Upstate New York😎,He was a great young man and I’m glad I had the chance to meet him😀. I know he has been through a lot and hope continues to bowl on Tour.

  2. Simo has great composure and humility for such a still young star. Congrats to him once again. He can now shave that hideous beard.

    1. You must not have seen the video of him during the qualifying rounds when he almost ripped the lane keypad off after a bad shot. 😮

  3. Now that Anthony Simonsen won the U.S. Open at 25 he a long way to go to join the PBA Tour Greats of the Game.

  4. I couldn’t quite understand why Jason Almonte would continue to use the Wolverine ball it seems to be completely out of Control

  5. Simo’s ball change late against Belmo not only won him that match but set him up for the championship match. I think the no. 1 seed is always at a disadvantage regarding the lanes. And today was no different. EJ picked the wrong ball and by time he changed, it was over. Seemed obvious that a strong ball was the way to go and Simo was the only one to do it. Great bowling Simo!!!

    1. And EJ has been struggling for a year and the half, basically since 2020. He has something stopping him from striking but, that’s just me. All I know is that EJ has been in a struggle that has been getting worse overtime.

    1. bowling isn’t nearly as popular these days. In my area, half the bowling alleys have closed in the last 20 years.

    2. @BornIn1500 My point exactly,, they need to put it back on Saturday or Sunday afternoon on Antenna TV 📺, especially this time of year when there’s no College or Pro Football. Need to make it popular again.

  6. Entire crowd was there to see EJ win the triple in Indiana. I was there and it was electric. I hope he can bounce back after this performance

  7. Total prize money paid out was less that 300k. What a joke. Total prize money paid to the LPGA tour this week was 1.5 million.

  8. I personally have never seen EJ win a tournament. In fact, every time I have seen him on TV, he has been horrible. All Anthony had to do was get by Jason.

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