If the first three episodes are any indication of what is to come, then The Miami Mancave Show will be destination 305 for any celebrities that come to our city. Launched by Remix Sports Media and CEO Tommy Green, the upstart black owned media entity first made news when they signed veteran sports talk show host Jeff Fox. The pair got to work immediately and debuted The Miami Mancave Show with their first guest another veteran broadcaster Miami Heat radio voice Jason Jackson.
That was just the appetizer as Episode two continued the trend with two Miami music legends, Uncle Luke and Trick Daddy, who joined the show for a lively discussion on Miami sports. Uncle Luke, also known as Luther Campbell, is a rapper, record label owner, and former member of the hip-hop group 2 Live Crew. Trick Daddy, whose real name is Maurice Young, is also a rapper and producer known for hits such as “I’m a Thug” and “Let’s Go.” In this episode, we dove into Miami sports with these two icons. We got to hear their takes on the Miami Dolphins, Miami Heat, and Miami Marlins. They also shared their thoughts on some of the biggest sports moments in Miami’s history, including the Miami Heat’s championship runs and the Miami Hurricanes’ dominant football program in the 1980s and 1990s. Uncle Luke and Trick Daddy did not hold back when it came to their opinions, which of course made for a lively and entertaining conversation.
In the current episode three just released not even a week ago we had the honor of sitting down with the legendary Udonis Haslem, who is celebrating his 20th year with the Miami Heat. Udonis Haslem is a three-time NBA champion, a Miami Heat icon, and a fan favorite. He has been a staple of the Miami Heat franchise, and his dedication and passion for the game have made him one of the most respected players in the league. In this episode, they discussed Udonis’s career, his experiences, and his legacy with the Miami Heat.
That is pretty damn impressive as far as quality shows and Remix Sports Media is just getting started. They have major plans to add a little more color, yes pun intended to the sports media game. This is definitetly what the game has been missing.
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