One such example is this interview with Ronda Rousey, conducted by SportsCenter anchor Matt Barrie.
Poor Matt was probably given a few canned questions that he had to ask Rousey, and quite frankly, some of them were awful.
My favorite example: Rousey has won every single one of her professional fights by arm bar, so that prompted this exchange.
Barrie: "All of your wins in the octagon have come via the arm bar, have you been able to secure it so many times that even your opponents know what you're looking for, and they know that you're looking for it?"
Rousey: "Was that a question or a statement?"
Barrie: "Well, let's make it a question. Even though you know your opponents are looking for it, do you still execute it?"
Rousey: "I have, yes, 10 times in a row, so..."
Barrie: "Is that something that you'll look to execute again knowing Meisha's probably expecting it?"
Rousey, rolling her eyes: "No, I entirely forgot about it. Of course I'm going to be looking for it again, but only if it's there."
This was an awesomely awkwardly exchange, and it's always fun to see ESPN anchors look like idiots. Enjoy:
Hat tip to Awful Announcing