Lance’s Confession To Bring Super Bowl Type Crowds To Sports Bars Across The Nation

Lance’s Confession To Bring Super Bowl Type Crowds To Sports Bars Across The Nation
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Lance Armstrong’s confession has become the most significant sporting event of 2013 … and sports bars across the United States are preparing for the rush it will bring!

According to TMZ, one sports bar in Texas is making quite a night out of it! Little Woodrow’s –located in the city of Austin– is having a “Watch Oprah Ride Lance” viewing party … complete with some PED-influenced cocktail specials!

According to the manager, they will be serving the “Cyclist on Steroids” … a twist on the traditional Surfer on Acid.

Oprah’s interview with Lance is scheduled to air Thursday night at 9 PM EST — right around the same time the Lakers are scheduled to take on the Heat!

Ashton Tyler | Elite. 

Photo Credit: Matthew Stockman/Getty Images

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