Well, that's what I thought, until I saw the poster above.
The Las Vegas based Sapphire Gentlemen's Club, which is the world's largest gentlemen's club, is hosting Ping Pong Palooza tonight, which is best described as a topless stripper competition where women face off in singles and doubles matches. As the poster says "Come watch the topless stripper competition."
So naturally I was surprised to see in the right hand corner of the poster an ESPN logo, you know, because ESPN doesn't usually cover stuff like this. Mickey tends not to approve of strip clubs. But if you look real close, it says "ESPN - Live on Air Remote During the Event." That term, "live on air remote" is a relatively familiar broadcast phrase that suggests ESPN will be there to broadcast or hype the event in some way.
You can also find the poster on Sapphire's home page, with the ESPN image and wording, so it's not photoshopped. Naturally you can't find anything on the internet about ESPN's role in this event other than the poster. I would assume Sapphire is just trying to capitalize on the The Leader's name, but I find it odd that someone at ESPN hasn't noticed it yet - since I'm sure Stuart Scott's on the site at least 5 times a day.
Anyway, I have no problem with ESPN doing this - if it's actually true - and hopefully we can all find the broadcast, be it radio or TV. Let's hope it's true, because having this event and ESPN come together is perfect, considering The Leader has been involved in multiple sexual harassment cases.
Either way I'm sure Sean Salisbury will be there.