Stephenson, Cox Vs. Lamb & Osborne On PulpMX Show TonightMonday, March 28, 2011 | 5:45 PM
With yet another exciting round of the supercross series taking place this past weekend in Toronto, the Pulpmx Show presented to you by BTOSports.com is coming at you with plenty to talk about. We're still nailing down guests as this goes to press so stay tuned, there may be a surprise or two instore!
Hosts Steve Matthes and Kenny Watson will discuss everything that went down up in Canada and cover the sport in the best way they know how to.
One of guests tonight will be Denny Stephenson, who is a former 125 SX champion as well as a long time pro in the supercross and arenacross circuits. He’ll be on tonight to let us know what he’s up to these days as well as tell us some stories from the old days.
Steve Cox from Motocross.com and Dan Lamb from MotoX Addicts have been going back and forth on message boards and Twitter talking about Lamb’s site and tweets. Being the peacemakers that we are here at the Pulpmx show, we’ll have both guys on to try and get to the bottom of this and squash this beef as the kids say.
The one and only, Tits Legendary will be in-studio to read the MX news and be a sounding board for the Matthes and Watson. If you’re on Twitter and have a question for the show, ask him @titslegendary and he’ll do his best to get it on the air.
What you’ll want to do is log-in to Pulpmx.com at 6PM PST/9PM EST and click on the Pulpmx Show banner. That will take you to the media player where you can increase your moto knowledge. As usual, you can call in at anytime during the show to talk to the guest or the hosts at 702-586-PULP (7857).
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