Sports Show to Debut in Las Vegas on January 25

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A lineup of notable sports “rebels” are coming to the Las Vegas Strip in January with Renegades, an interactive sports show featuring Jose Canseco, Jim McMahon, Terrell Owens and Jimmy King.

Opening Thursday, January 25 inside Cleopatra’s Barge – the 180-seat theater at Caesars Palace – Renegades gives sports fans an up-close and personal experience with three of these sports stars as they recount stories from their playing days and beyond. Audience members will have the chance to play the role of sports reporter lobbing questions at the athletes during the show’s panel round-table finale.

The lineup includes baseball star Jose Canseco, two-time Super Bowl champion Jim McMahon, and the Fab Five’s Jimmy King appearing for the first eight shows; six-time NFL Pro Bowler Terrell Owens will take over for King on February 8.


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Not only were these four athletes memorable between the lines, but they were known for controversial, off-the-field moments that cemented their status as “rebellious” figures in the sports world. Renegades co-producer Rich Lenkov called them “some of the most infamous names in sports.”

The shows will be hosted by comedian Martin Montana, with Eric Jordan Young serving as writer, director and creative director. The Renegades roster will rotate athletes every three months.

Renegades will be presented Thursday through Sunday at 8 p.m. Tickets are $75 and $100, with a VIP package available for $300 which includes VIP seating, a photo, merchandise and a meet and greet with the athletes in Montecristo Cigar Bar after the show. Tickets go on sale Thursday, December 21 at 10 a.m. PST and may be purchased online at

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