Go at least part-time — don’t leave us, doggy!
Appearing in sports media over 30 yearsChris “Mad Dog” Russo is an absolute legend, having launched a show under the brand name “Mike and the Mad Dog” in 1989. But Russo, 64, could (and sadly) be headed for retirement.
In a recent episode of SI Media with Jimmy Traina, Russo said he would keep playing until the Super Bowl. After that, he could ride his horse into the sunset or at least make time to spend with his family.
“Listen, no one knows. I’m definitely going to play all through the Super Bowl and all fall,” Russo said. “Four kids are starting college this year. The house has been empty since August 28. This has been the first time in 24 or 25 years for the Jeanie Russo and Chris Russo families.”
This would be very sad.
But hey, I get it. It’s like he said He is 64 years old and wants to spend time with his children. I understand that I am the parent of his 4 children (2 daughters, 2 stepdaughters) and am constantly working as a career man.
But oh my God… As a selfish sports fan, I will be sad when Dougie finally decides to leave.
I mean, seriously, how can you not like this guy?
My hope is that, like I said, I’ll work part-time.
Mad Dog doesn’t have to retire, he just needs to have a podcast he releases every week. Heh, can he even do it semi-weekly…monthly?
Give me something, doggy! I beg you! (Related: Logan Paul brawls with fans at Jake Paul’s boxing match after winning match at WWE SummerSlam)
But in all seriousness, congratulations on an amazing career and whatever you decide to do…thank you.
The popcorn content is I never have be replaced.