Max Kellerman’s Debut On ESPN Radio Had Some Embarrassing Technical Difficulties

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According to a new report, Stephen A. Smith was behind ESPN's move to remove Max Kellerman as his co-host on the popular show "First Take"

Max Kellerman’s reign on ‘First Take’ came to a screeching halt last week, as his next venture was all lined up. Max is headlining his own radio show. Max is joining former NFL wide receiver Keyshawn Johnson and former college hoops star Jay Williams. Kellerman replaced Zubin Mehenti.


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Max’s debut on the show got off to an embarrassing start. During his introduction there was some real technical difficulties, no one could hear Max as his microphone wasn’t turned on.

Listen below:

Not a great start for Max, hopefully this isn’t a sign of more problems to come for Max.

Stephen A. probably got a kick out Max’s debut.


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