Stevie Richards Loses Out On $1 Million



Former WWE and TNA talent Stevie Richards completed 2K Sports’ challenge to find the first person to pitch a perfect game in the new MLB 2K11 video game. It was announced that the winner of the contest would receive $1,000,000. Richards taped his perfect game and submitted it, but his entry was deemed invalid, since the contest doesn’t officially start until April 1.

Richards is upset about the whole ordeal, and has posted his thoughts online. One such example is this post that he copied from Kazarian on his Twitter page:

@MichaelManna let’s get this trending. #steviegotscrewed all gamers, wrestling fans and friends retweet. Let’s show them! They’ll see!!!

Richards’ perfect game footage is embedded below:



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