Reghi has gone on record to slam the Really Big Show, the 9a-12p show that airs on ESPNCleveland and the credibility that lacked today with a female host, Sabrina Parr – who claimed to be an eye witness for the Braylon Edwards altercation on Sunday night.
Reportedly, her depiction of the events have already been refuted by a handful of individuals. Parr has been on the ESPNCleveland airwaves in the past discussing her relationships with Cleveland athletes as well as her place in the “scene” that occurs frequently at The View nightclub. Today, she aired conversations about football that (per Reghi) lacked credibility and were based more on “pillow talk.”
“Miss Parr, I hope you enjoy all the time you get on the Really Big Show. Because you will never, ever have a word to say between three and six. You are not credible, and the stuff you were throwing out today were shocking. Have you ever thought about legalities involved in the things you say?”
Rarely do you hear talk show hosts calling out others by full name when they usually go by one-word air names. Reghi called Parr a “gossip monger,” and has voiced his complaints to upper management of ESPNCleveland, WKNR.
“A joke. An absolute joke, what took place today with that young woman running her mouth.”
(Update: Via CursedCleveland, we have some audio that occurred earlier in the Reghi show prior to the segment that has been discussed in this report. Also, Parr has reportedly already been questioned by Cleveland police regarding her statements made over the air. From what I gather, it is the portion regarding Edwards’ criticism of teammates/coaches and lack of claimed responsibility that has produced this response from Reghi)