Swizcorner: Savage as NFG

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  1. Perfectly stated, Swiz!. It is pretty discouraging to see Matthes take the side he has on this incident. Steve is usually the unfiltered voice of reason on these sort of matters, but not in this case. Without consideration to the consequences, he never hesitates to put his balls on the crossbar with his hot-takes, yet it seems like he is afraid to do it in this instance since he doesn’t want to end up on the wrong side of both Mitch (a sponsor of his) or lose his ability to interview Forkner loving forward.. Everyone is entitled to their own opinions, but not their own facts and in this case the facts clearly show that there is no way anyone could place even a plurality of the blame in this blame-pie on Zach . Every is entitled to their own opinion, but no one is entitled to their own facts and in this case, trying to offer up alternative facts that run contrary to what can clearly be seen in the clip of the incident is bullshit. If he had no back brake as it has been stated, then why didn’t he continue to cross jump that same section on subsequent laps? Likewise, why can you see his back tire lock up in subsequent corners after the incident?

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