Sports Fans Share Their Displeasure With ESPN After Kenny Mayne Announces He’s Leaving The Network

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ESPN has lost a lot of its top personalities and writers over the past two years. On Monday, it was revealed that they were losing another fan-favorite.

“Sportscenter” legend and longtime ESPN personality Kenny Mayne announced on his Twitter that he will be leaving the network due to financial reasons.

“I am leaving ESPN. Salary cap casualty. Thanks for the opportunity Vince Doria & Al Jaffe & for taking my solicitations Herman/Stinton/Lynch. I will miss the people. I will miss the vending machine set up over by the old Van Pelt joint. We had everything. IntoTheGreatWideOpen#” Mayne wrote on Twitter.

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Kenny Mayne’s unique personality and witty sense of humor endeared him to sports fans everywhere. Sure enough, fans are bashing ESPN with the news of Mayne leaving.


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Kenny Mayne truly is a one-of-a-kind sports talent.

Growing up watching “Sportcenter” everyday, it was clear that Mayne had a way of making the game fun. It was contagious, and made it easy to fall in love with sports.

ESPN is losing a good one with Kenny Mayne. But I’m sure he’ll land on his feet just fine.


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