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Buffalo Bills Fan Had Awesome Anti-Bon Jovi Sign Friday Night

Jon Bon Jovi is one of a handful of ridiculously rich people involved in bidding for the Buffalo Bills. However, the man that brought us such hits as Lay Your Hands on Me, Bad Medicine, and yes--Wanted Dead or Alive--is by far the one suitor the fans absolutely do not want to see buy the team.The fans have not held back in expressing their disdain for Bon Jovi. He might move the...
Via FatManWriting
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Reds fans start 'light wave' around Great American Ball Park (VIDEO)

People have different opinions on the merits of the wave and where the fan participatory action originated. While some believe it's a fun ballpark tradition, others believe it's it's an annoying distraction from your hot dog and beer. During Thursday's s Indians-Reds game, fans at Great American Ball Park added a new twist to the customary arm swaying by adding light...
Via The Other Paper
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Report: Bon Jovi’s bid for Bills rejected

Good news for the Buffalo faithful who want to keep the Bills in Buffalo, and bad news for Bon Jovi. According to The Toronto Sun, Bon Jovi’s ownership-group had their first bid rejected to buy the Bills. The two main reasons for the decline? Bon Jovi’s group didn’t put up enough money and didn’t assure officials that […]
Via Full Scale Sports
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Bon Jovi’s Bid on Bills Denied Because He Didn’t Have Enough Money

About a week ago it was revealed that rockstar Jon Bon Jovi’s ownership group’s initial $900 million bid to purchase the Buffalo Bills was substantially lower than that of one of his competitors, Terry Pegula, whose bid was reported at around $1.3 billion. It now appears Bon Jovi’s bid has been officially denied by Morgan Stanley, the investment bank in charge of conducting...
Via BlackSportsOnline
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Officials Connected with the Bills not Impressed by Bon Jovi’s Letter

It seems that everyone involved in the Buffalo Bills, fans and officials included, are not too excited about the slim possibility that a group led by musician Jon Bon Jovi could potentially purchase the team.  In case you missed it, Bon Jovi penned an open letter earlier this week that indicated he would keep the team in Buffalo should his group submit the winning bid for the franchise...
Via Sportsnaut
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Toronto group bidding on Bills allowed to submit higher first bid

The Bon Jovi/Toronto group seeking to buy the Buffalo Bills has been allowed a first-bid do-over. In one of a bundle of surprising new developments in this melodrama, QMI Agency has learned the Toronto trio is expected on Tuesday to resubmit a higher, non-binding initial bid for the Bills -- probably between $1 billion and $1.1 billion. The group also has been asked to submit greater...
Via Pro Sports Daily
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Toronto Group Can Submit New Bid For Bills, Asked To Provide More Assurance To Not Relocate Team

  Accordign to John Kryk of the Toronto Sun, the Bon Jovi/Toronto group bidding to purchase the Buffalo Bills has been permitted to submit a “do-over” bid. Sources told Kryk that the group is expected to submit a higher bid on Tuesday, and that, perhaps most importantly, the group has been asked to offer “greater assurances” to keep the Bills in Buffalo. Kryk adds that...
Via NFL Trade Rumors
4 days ago  |  Discuss

An open to letter to Bon Jovi: Why we don’t want your bid

Dear Mr. Bongiovi, Excuse me if I think your letter is a load of crap. If millions upon millions of dollars were at stake and I had to spin the biggest web of lies to try and gain the trust of a fanbase before ripping their team away from them, I’d probably do it too. I get it. These days money is the only thing that matters. But please, save your breath. We weren’t born yesterday...
Via Buffalo Wins
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Bon Jovi writes letter to Buffalo; fans not impressed

With Andre Reed’s Hall of Fame induction and Buffalo playing in prime time to officially kick off the NFL preseason Sunday night, the Bills received more national attention this weekend than they have at any point since the height of the Zubaz Era. But one of the prospective new owners of the team decided he needed to go local in an effort to assuage fans fears that the team would...
Via Rumors and Rants
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Bon Jovi’s Toronto Group Can’t Match Pegula Offer For Bills

Rockstar Bon Jovi’s Toronto-based group may have already been outbid by billionaire Buffalonian and Buffalo Sabres owner Terry Pegula for the rights to purchase the Buffalo Bills. Pegula’s initial bid? $1.3 billion straight. The Toronto Sun is reporting that Bon Jovi’s group’s bid was around $1.2 million, and a source revealed to the paper that it was less than that. The...
Via BlackSportsOnline
9 days ago  |  Discuss
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