Honoring the greatest upsets of all time
In Las Vegas, it's almost always the same.
Once the final bell is rung and Michael Buffer has announced the winner, the arena empties, its temporary residents spilling through the doors and onto the casino floor until, seemingly within minutes, the only ones left are the journalists on deadline and the workers breaking down the ring.
I can count on one hand the times the majority of the assembled fandom lingered long after the echoes of the final bell had dissipated.
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