A Bruin and a Patriot face off in a ping pong match
Two of New England’s pro athletes are taking part and you can go watch them in person when they do, as everyone is welcome.
It’s called Spin and it’s the newest club in Boston that originally opened, and very quietly in 2020. So of course, seeing the pandemic take over the world, the real grand opening was postponed until now. So Spin has decided to go big now that he can finally and officially say hello to New England and the Boston area.
It is a ping pong social club in several cities across the country known for its unique combination of art, entertainment and sports under one roof.
And what better way to say “Hey Boston, we’re here and ready for you” than with an epic ping pong battle of professional proportions. Not with professional ping pong players, but with two of New England’s professional athletes.
Two of the biggest names in New England sports, David Pastrnak of the Boston Bruins, known as “Pasta”, who plays right wing for the Bruins, and Matthew Judon, linebacker of the New England Patriots England, will take on center court in an epic ping-pong event. Friday, October 21 at 9:30 a.m.
Everyone is invited to sip craft cocktails with that unique twist of real mixologists and savor mouth-watering dishes and see who’s the best at ping pong.
What a fun way to see two current pro athletes from New England engage in a fun game that we all love to play. Who are you rooting for?
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