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ESPN Bowling Coverage a Must-See Event with Former Miss USA Kimberly Pressler

Photo Credit: Kimberly Pressler Facebook
Photo Credit: Kimberly Pressler Facebook
Gabe ZaldivarPop Culture Lead WriterDecember 7, 2012

Normally bowling coverage sits just above Eddy Curry workouts as the things we would most like to see. Kimberly Pressler may change that thinking. 

Busted Coverage does what they do best and brought someone to our attention we previously were unaware of but shall never forget. 

We still may not become the biggest fans of bowling, but our interest is piqued far more than it ever would have been. 

The website stumbled upon a remarkable fact that ESPN has a former Miss USA covering the World Series of Bowling and failed to let the world know about it. 

Here is a picture from her 2013 Calendar shoot that was apparently axed. What remains is this lone picture on her Facebook feed. 

If you want a sample of what Pressler can do on the sidelines, here is a clip from the opening to the 2010 PBA World Series, an event she has been covering since. 

ZOMG, that almost looks watchable. The constant strike and guys talking trash with Pressler covering it all—I might watch a few minutes of that. 

Here is a hosting reel that is posted on YouTube

According to her bio, the 35-year-old has covered everything from the Summer and Winter X Games to the ACIS Fitness National Championships for FOX College Sports. 

It's time for ESPN to tout Pressler far more than they do and for us to pay far more attention to bowling. Yes, bowling. 

 

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