Gordo vs. Nasty? Everything's a Joke Until the Cops are Called
Gordo at the Super Bowl: Shaking hands, kissing babies and getting strangled.
Got interrupted from The Ticket's Dunham & Miller this morning by tennis, and phone calls and, well, life. I missed Gordo's wireless microphone bits, which is rare for me.
I also, apparently, missed a fight. A landmark nemesis confrontation. A legit skirmish that's getting national pub.
I've met both Nasty Nestor and Gordon Keith. While Gordo can be an expert antagonist, Nester is an Grade 3 asshole.
As an unbiased journalist I could take Gordo's side without knowing any facts. Or I could listen to the audio of the scuffle here.
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It starts with Gordo approaching Nester with " ... is there peace to be had?" I could say Gordo is helping The Ticket re-gain its edge, but for once he seems
totally mostly innocent.
I'm sure some P1s can give us more details.
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