Outkick founder Clay Travis told “America’s Newsroom” Tuesday that the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games will likely end up being “the least watched” in history for a variety of reasons. Travis claimed that athletes are no longer as popular and have failed to perform as memorably as in past Olympics.

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CLAY TRAVIS: This is the least amount I’ve ever watched the Olympics, and I think you guys may well agree with this. I imagine a huge percentage of your viewers feel the same way. I used to be so excited for the Olympics, I would track the medal counts and everything else. I think it’s hard to figure out when they’re airing. The time zone doesn’t help. Streaming makes it difficult to know what’s live and what’s not. I think this is going to be the least watched Olympics of all time. And I think a lot of the athletes, frankly, are not particularly likable. And some of the biggest stars haven’t really been performing on the biggest stages.

WATCH THE FULL INTERVIEW HERE:

Clay Travis on COVID mask confusion and Tokyo Olympic coverage Video

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