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Ex-ESPNers Kenny Mayne, Cari Champion to host Olympics show on Peacock

One month after leaving ESPN, Kenny Mayne has secured another broadcasting gig. He and fellow former ESPN anchor Cari Champion will host a nightly show during the 2020 Olympics on Peacock, NBC’s streaming service. The series will be a multi-faceted look at the Olympics, which will take place from July...
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Kenny Mayne, Cari Champion Reportedly Land New Job

Two of the most popular anchors ESPN has seen in recent years have landed new gigs for this summer. Cari Champion and Kenny Mayne will anchor a nightly series for NBC Sports during the Tokyo Olympics. Michael McCarthy of Front Office Sports was first to report the news. He spoke...
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Cari Champion and Kenny Mayne will host nightly Olympics recap on Peacock

The delayed 2020 Tokyo Olympics are about a month away now, and we’re still learning about NBC’s coverage plans. This will be the first Olympics since Peacock’s inception, and the streaming service is going to play a big role, and this week we learned that will include a nightly highlights show hosted by two former ESPN talents: Cari Champion and Kenny Mayne.
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Exclusive: Kenny Mayne content after scripting perfect final ‘SportsCenter’

During Kenny Mayne’s final “SportsCenter,” he was asked to do something that he wasn’t known for: have a serious conversation. “I used to joke, I’m a journal-tainer. I guess the best way to put it is, I always said, ‘I take serious things seriously and less serious things less seriously,’” Mayne told the Los Angeles Times after he closed out his run anchoring ESPN’s signature show Monday night.
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Kenny Mayne jokingly tells Aaron Rodgers: Bleep you

Kenny Mayne made his final ESPN “SportsCenter” episode after a 27-year career at the World Wide Leader a memorable one, jokingly cursing out the NFL’s reigning MVP. Mayne, a former UNLV backup quarterback known for his dry sense of humor, interviewed his friend, Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers, on Tuesday’s show.
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Aaron Rodgers Tells Kenny Mayne Why He’s Upset With Packers

For the first time since all the rumors about his frustration with the Green Bay Packers surfaced, Aaron Rodgers revealed why he’s currently unhappy with the franchise that drafted him in 2005. Rodgers was on ESPN’s SportsCenter on Monday night for Kenny Mayne’s final show. During his interview with Mayne,...
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Kenny Mayne Ends Aaron Rodgers ESPN Interview With Hilarious F-Bomb

Kenny Mayne dropped an f-bomb at the end of his interview with Aaron Rodgers. Mayne who is leaving ESPN, was on SportsCenter, for the final time on Monday night and talked to Rodgers about the issues he has with the Green Bay Packers. And at the end of the interview, Mayne "went off" on Rodgers for costing him his job.
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Kenny Mayne lives Bears fans' dreams, tells Rodgers 'F--- you'

Kenny Mayne lived out the dream of Bears fans across the globe on his final episode as a SportsCenter anchor. As part of his farewell show, Mayne interviewed Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers and signed off with four words that I’m sure has been uttered thousands of times on Sunday afternoons in Chicago: “F--- you, Aaron Rodgers.”