Twitter gets emotional over 'Mike and the Mad Dog' 30 for 30: 'I laughed, I cried…' ⋆ Epeak . Independent news and blogs
For one hour, ‘Mike and the Mad Dog‘ owned the sporting world again.
The most successful pairing in sports talk radio history was chronicled by ESPN Films for the latest ’30 for 30′ documentary film.
As the one-hour trip down memory lane commenced, fans flocked to social media to share thoughts, emotions and memories of the WFAN icons.
Here’s some of the best reaction to Thursday night’s show.
The classic phrase.
#MikeandtheMadDog first time long time.
— Noah Savage (@yoitsthesav) July 14, 2017
On a slow sports night, Mike Francesa and Chris Russo were the stars once again.
#MikeandtheMadDog trending nationally
— Neil Best (@sportswatch) July 14, 2017
One hour wasn’t enough for the biggest fans.
— Sports Funhouse (@SportsFunhouse) July 14, 2017
Russo screaming at a caller about Harmon Killebrew’s career .256 batting average was so good.
“WAS HOMMIN KILL A BREW A FIRST BALLOT HALL OF FAMAH?!”
— OrdioMongo (@OrdioMongo) July 14, 2017
WFAN alum Steve Levy with the emotional take.
— Steve Levy (@espnSteveLevy) July 14, 2017
This feeling had to sweep over so many.
— Steve Scalesse (@MrScales27) July 14, 2017
The goodbye call Russo made to Francesa’s first show after the breakup was amazing radio.
Never heard that breakup call, wow, amazing #MikeandtheMadDog
— Brian Cook (@cookienofilter) July 14, 2017
They didn’t just redefine sports talk radio; they changed the entire landscape of the sports entertainment industry.
— Gershon Rabinowitz (@GershOnline) July 14, 2017