Table Tennis Players Promise To Stand For Anything At All If They Get $53 Million From The Army


The nation’s table tennis league has stated that if the military is not happy with the controversy caused by the NFL and a botched recruitment campaign of having NFL players on the field during the national anthem, the table tennis professionals are ready to pick up and run with that flag. “We’ve talked with our players and they are all willing to make the sacrifice of standing during an anthem as it will increase league revenue by about $52.7 million,” NTTA spokesperson Tyrone Banks says. NTTA players say that with that kind of money they could play table tennis full time. The biggest name in Table Tennis Rocky Flanders says that for that kind of money he’d even make speeches about how much America and the military means to him during every opportunity. The military has yet to respond to the offer.