Pete Weber Bowls His Final Frame on the PBA Tour

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After announcing this morning (March 17, 2021) the 2021 PBA Scorpion Championship would be his last event on the PBA Tour, 37-time champion and Hall of Famer Pete Weber took Tom Daugherty to a decisive fifth game in Round of 16 best-of-five match play. Here's Weber's final frame.

Weber still plans to bowl in PBA50 and PBA Regional events.

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45 Comments on “Pete Weber Bowls His Final Frame on the PBA Tour”

    1. Both of them are going done after today. Two of the big three of their generation are done. Walter Ray and Pete

    2. LETS GET IT SPAMMING IN THE COMMENTS:
      “WHO DO YOU THINK YOU ARE… I’AM”

      PETE will always be in my top-3. Walter Ray, Marshal Holman, PETE WEBER!

    3. @Habeev07 Why did he retire because surely he still has the technique. It’s not a strength game but more accuracy and technique?

    4. I’ve met Walter before back in 2019, he’s a nice guy, I’f I could meet pete too it would be awesome. I’m 17 now going to be 18 soon, I look up to these men a lot

  1. I Was hoping he would have took the microphone and started Screaming
    I’ M NOT RETIRING!!
    WHO DO YOU THINK YOU ARE , I AM!! !!
    ( Then finish with a Mic Drop )

    1. LETS GET IT SPAMMING IN THE COMMENTS:
      “WHO DO YOU THINK YOU ARE… I’AM”

      PETE will always be in my top-3. Walter Ray, Marshal Holman, PETE WEBER!

    2. Oh this is too funny. I just hope you watched the scorpion telecast later because you almost got your wish

  2. This is a sad day for the sport. I’m a huge fan and consider him one of my bowling idols. Thank you, sir, for 41 years of rolling!

    1. Just when we thought the PBA was going to be forgotten Up Stepped PDW with his Extraordinary Mindset and Prowess Live on TV. I hope some these young pros will keep the PBA alive. Now PDW joins Walter Ray Williams Jr., Mark Roth, Carmen Salvino, Marshall Hollman, Ray Bluth as Living Legends.

    1. yeah i just lowkey broke down in my bed room and im 16, watching pete as a youngster I always wanted to have his style and performance. It is really sad to see him go.

    2. LETS GET IT SPAMMING IN THE COMMENTS:
      “WHO DO YOU THINK YOU ARE… I’AM”

      PETE will always be in my top-3. Walter Ray, Marshal Holman, PETE WEBER!

  3. The one thing any of us will never be able to beat…is the clock. We all want the people we look up to, to be there forever…whether it’s our parents, musicians, athletes, or anyone who inspires people to do great things in the world. I’ve been a fan of Pete Weber since I started bowling at 13 years old in 1983, and would always get excited to see his name on the player intros during every telecast.  I met Pete once at the US Open in Fountain Valley, CA and he was nothing completely cool and approachable.  We spoke a few words, took a photo, and it was just a very cool experience altogether.  I’ll keep following you on PBA50 Pete.  I’m sure your father is looking down on you, absolutely proud.

  4. Going to be missed, followed him and his dad…Have a safe retirement with your loverrly wife, and thanks for everything

  5. Growing up watching Pete since the 90s, this is like seeing Superman take his cape off for the last time and walking off into the sunset.

    1. LETS GET IT SPAMMING IN THE COMMENTS:
      “WHO DO YOU THINK YOU ARE… I’AM”

      PETE will always be in my top-3. Walter Ray, Marshal Holman, PETE WEBER!

    1. LETS GET IT SPAMMING IN THE COMMENTS:
      “WHO DO YOU THINK YOU ARE… I’AM”

      PETE will always be in my top-3. Walter Ray, Marshal Holman, PETE WEBER!

    2. I I agree with you Carson clause by the way I hope your still enjoying the whale hats we sent to you !!!

  6. We’ll never forget you Pete we’ll all remember the famous words “who do you think you are i am”

  7. As a high school student, I watched bowlers like Pete and Walter Ray on the PBA Tour telecast on ABC every Saturday afternoon. After I graduated in 1981, I found a local bowling league and got my first ABC membership card. 40 years later, I’m anxiously waiting to get back into the sport I love. Pete, I didn’t always appreciate your temperament, but I always appreciated your talent. Walter Ray, you showed me the importance of accuracy and consistency over emphasis on how much my ball hooks. Thank you both for saving me from the gutter…

  8. Watching bowling and part of the sport for 35 years. It’s been an honor watching Pete compete for all these years. The game will truly miss him. One of the greatest to ever lace them up! My hats off to you, Sir! #PDW

  9. I didn’t expect any different from WRWJ, and besides a curse word, I didn’t expect any different from PDW. Well done you 2!

  10. Tennis had John McEnroe and the PBA had Pete Weber. What you saw was what you got with PDW. His competitive fire was through the roof and of course sometimes that might spill into an occasional outburst. But again, that was Pete Weber. He definitely added a lot of flare to the game and I will miss him a ton. A legend has retired and there will never be another bowler like him.

  11. Arrogance finally come to the end rest in peace while you’re alive Pete whatever take it easy king

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