Will Cain Chats with Clay Travis

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For the first time ever, Will Cain joined Clay Travis for an on-air conversation.

On the Wins and Losses podcast, Will took Clay back to the early stages of his life, his ups, his downs, various business ventures, and growing up in a small Texas town. Later in the show, Will detailed his move from politics to ESPN, and his decision to now leave for Fox News.

Will Cain debuts on his new show, Fox & Friends Weekend, this Saturday.

Listen to it here. You will enjoy:

And for Spotify listeners:

Earlier this week, Will Cain sat down with Outkick’s Bobby Burack for an in-depth conversation. Cain explained why he left ESPN for Fox News, his concerns with this country, if sports media is “broken,” and the last time America was this divisive. Also, Will revealed who he sees as the most influential talent in all of media. Read the interview here.

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  1. RE: Will’s point about sportswriters acting woke because they are “hiding something big, bad and ugly”. Im sure there are some rank & file sportswriters who act woke because deviating from groupthink will make it harder for them to find work & keep a roof over their family’s heads in the future (Jason talked about this on the radio show a couple weeks back). But when it comes to most of the more prominent, hard core woke sportswriters I think Will is probably spot on. I’ve always felt the folks Will is talking about fall into one of two categories 1.) The Jonah Keri/Howard Bryant category- writers who are despicable human beings in real life and who use wokeness as a shield to protect themselves from being outed as such. 2.)The Mike Florio category – writers who feel that the more woke they act, the less likely it is that “problematic” things they have said, written or done in the past will surface.

    In Florio’s case, I have a feeling that his refusal to hire a black writer and the stuff that Jason and his followers uncovered back in June are just the tip of the iceberg.

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