TBT | First PBA Tour (Singles) Title | Kyle Sherman Wins 2022 PBA Cheetah Championship

Kyle Sherman won his first PBA Tour singles title in the 2022 PBA Cheetah Championship.

Sherman's first PBA title came with partner Amanda Greene in the 2019 PBA/PWBA Striking Against Breast Cancer Mixed Doubles.

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12 Comments on “TBT | First PBA Tour (Singles) Title | Kyle Sherman Wins 2022 PBA Cheetah Championship”

  1. Truly amazing. It’s one thing to be one of the top youtube channels in the realm of bowling, but to back up your tips with a title, truly phenomenal.

  2. The network broadcasts are almost unwatchable. Seeing behind the scenes the amount of coaching the audience gets and the absurd crowd noise as the ball goes down the lane is so ridiculous.. If I had a bunch of actors on stage doing this I would fire them all. Watching live streams of actual bowling without all the stupid and bad theater that has become network broadcasts and all the interruptions to the flow of a match has become my much preferred way of watching if I can’t be there in person. And they wonder why it isn’t as popular as it was decades ago when you had intelligent audiences who knew the game. Now, it’s a circus.

    1. The sport has evolved in a similar way the rest of the professional leagues have. Across all sports, athletes live for the fans. They go out and support them and hype up their favorite players. That’s exactly what’s happening here, and it’s no different from any other sporting event. If this isn’t your style, you could maybe try to watch PBA50 telecasts. Still happens there but there just isn’t near as many people in the audience.

  3. Good work Kyle. I remember watching this and getting so pumped when he pulled through.

    Not gonna lie it was a little annoying watching Azcona seemingly just purposely waste all of the shot clock to try and freeze Kyle

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