Clay Travis Vs. Karen Rovell. For $100K. If Karen Accepts, That Is

The always entertaining Twitter feud between OutKick’s Clay Travis and who does he work for now Darren Rovell, added another chapter Thursday. And predictably, Travis landed yet another knockout blow.

Per Clay’s suggestion, there’s now more on the line than just pride and sanity. $100,000 awaits the winner of the next round.

This morning, Rovell tweeted: “If Herschel Walker’s senator candidacy hasn’t been stopped before, today is the day. This is beyond brutal.”

Rovell’s uninformed tweet prompted Travis to respond with the six-figure wager.

“Have you seen Biden speak? I bet you $100k Herschel wins. Straight up. No strings attached. Think of all the masks and MLK rookie cards you’ll be able to buy if you’re right!”

In a surprise to no one, Rovell is yet to respond to Travis. OutKick staffers have also reached out to see if Rovell would pause his quest to track down MLK memorabilia and accept, but he’s remained quiet.

Maybe he’s still nursing his wounds from earlier this month when Clay embarrassed the two-time OutKick Woke All-Star Challenge contestant.

Herschel Walker, by the way, easily won Georgia’s Republican Senate Primary on Tuesday.

Place your bets, Darren!

 

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Written by Anthony Farris

Anthony is a former high school basketball intramural champion who played a leading role in creating two offspring. He spends his weekends hoping for an MTV Rock N' Jock revival.

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  1. Typical lib bullshit. The tweet reports him as saying: “…a department that can look at young men that’s looking at women that’s looking at social media.”

    When, in fact, he interrupts himself to expand the scope of his proposed targets: “…a department that can look at young men that’s looking at — or women — that’s looking at social media.” The simple, uninterrupted thought is, “…a department that can look at young men or women that’s looking at social media.” Assholes just leave out the extra syllable on purpose to make it sound like a statement Sleepy Joe might make.

    I’m not claiming Herschel is the next great orator, but misrepresenting what he said is just pathetic.

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