Monday Night Football won't be the same. After 23 years, Hank Williams' Jr. 'Are You Ready For Some Football' anthem is done. ESPN and Williams have parted way. Who was the first to leave? It depends who you ask. ESPN says they decided 'to part ways,' while Williams claims he 'pulled his opening' theme for the rest of the season.
Hank Williams Jr. admits it wasn't very wise to compare President Barack Obama to Adolf Hitler. He released a statement on his website saying his comments on Fox News' 'Fox & Friends' were 'dumb.'
Hank Jr. says he thought of Obama and House Speaker John Boehner 'jukin and high fiven' on a golf course while families are struggling made him lose control of his emotions. Hank goes on to apolog
If you tuned in to Monday Night Fototball on ESPN expecting to see Hank Williams Jr. sing his signature song, you didn't miss it. It didn't air. Hank's "Are You Ready for Some Football?" opening theme was pulled after he compared President Obama to Hitler in an interview yesterday on Fox News' Fox & Friends.
Hank Williams Jr. is ready for some football, even if the NFL isn't. He was in Winter Park, Florida to tape the "Monday Night Football" opening theme. Hank Jr. shot the video at Full Sail University, surrounded by students, teachers, the production staff and more than 200 extras.
It's amazing to think Hank Jr. began the "Monday Night Football" theme as a one year deal. 22 ye
If you're a football fan or just like to see someone overcome adversity, you may want to check out Kenny Chesney's new football documentary, premiering this weekend. "The Color Orange: The Coldredge Holloway Story" is about the University of Tennessee's earyl 1970's star player, who became the first African American starting quarterback in the Southeastern Conference.