19 Comments on “Walter Ray Williams Jr. blows a perfect game completely”

  1. Leaving a 7pin and that blowing up a Could be 300? Wanna know something, I was expecting a gutter show -.- I know someone who throw a gutter on the last frame after 9strikes.

  2. @pwallroth Bowling is a widely recognized competitive sport and healthy recreational activity. I myself happen to be an avid bowler, as well as All Conference Football Player, Golf player, and co-holder of a state record in squat. What have you done lately?

  3. I find it funny that every time he would have gotten a 300, he left 7-pins. This time here, Japan cup against Pete Weber, and the USBC masters against Chris Barnes

  4. bowling is defiantly sport, maybe not as physically demanding as others, but let’s see you go out there and shoot a perfect game?

  5. My friend has thrown 2, 299s in our high school league, 1 last year, 1 this year. last year he left a 2 pin, this year, a 10 pin.

  6. @peanut2700 Another thing people don’t understand is the conditioning it takes. Some of these bowlers shoot a hundred games in a weekend. A hundred games? The arm strength, stamina, and conditioning that takes is crazy. I know for a fact I couldn’t do it.

  7. @spartar123 I think the most I’ve ever done was like 30. And at the end of the weekend, my entire body was sore. I can’t even imagine the conditioning these guys have to go through sometimes…

  8. They make money off sponsors no doubt. But the last tourney I went to in Vegas for the PBA the purse was $1.4mil.
    The purse not sponsor paycheck.

  9. It isn’t too hard to be decent at bowling on a house shot. On professional shots.. different monster and lanes/oil patterns are far less forgiving. Bowling is as much a sport as baseball is – you don’t need the best physique but it still takes a lot of skill to be more than just an everyday player.

  10. Pedometer readings say that bowling 3 hours straight alone makes you “very active” for the day. I do that almost every Saturday.

  11. dude i get that 2 people are always telling me “bowling’s not a sport” which i dont care when they say it but when i say “i gotta bowl tomorrow” and somebody turns to me and goes “you bowl” then they ask “is bowling a sport?” and i say yea they look at me and say “bowling’s not a sport” so it’s like then why did you ask?

  12. When someone says that bowling is not a sport and you ask them what defines a sport. They rattle off what happens in the sports they know. They have know clues what they’er talking about. Sport (or sports) is all forms of usually competitive physical activity which,[1] through casual or organised participation, aim to use, maintain or improve physical ability and skills while providing entertainment to participants, and in some cases, spectators.That’s from Wikipedia

  13. that point matches the Dictionary just with more detail. And your right so I always check my Wikipedia facts

  14. Let’s look at the definition of sport: “An activity involving physical exertion and skill in which an individual or team competes against another or others for entertainment”

  15. @Ralph Jones: I bowl at least 3 times a week and I don’t drink at all. And to top that off, I live in Wisconsin and am one of the most competitive bowlers in our area. 

  16. I was waiting for the Double Pinocole on the 12th shot.  Not a light hit 7 pin.  Granted not the greatest shot, but seen a lot worse fall for a strike. 

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