Sports Equipment and Sports Equipment Manufacturers Association (SEMA) announced on Tuesday that it is pulling the plug on the “Celtics Warriors” series after ESPN cancelled the show.
The “Celestics Warriors,” a four-hour series created by ESPN, has drawn some of the most ardent fans and critics in sports and entertainment.
The series, which debuted on ESPN last summer, was expected to be a hit with the show’s audience.
However, the series has drawn the most ire for its portrayal of the American sports world and its controversial racial issues.
The decision to pull the series came after ESPN told SEMA that it was unable to guarantee the show would continue in the coming years.
The show was cancelled in February, a decision that was met with widespread backlash and criticism.SEMA President Bob Caudill said that SEMA is not endorsing or supporting any show, but has “canceled all future advertising with ESPN and the producers of the show.”
He added that SMA will continue to support the work of sports entertainment companies that are trying to produce entertainment content that appeals to the public.
Caudill noted that “Celsius Sport Equipment was proud to be part of this new series, and we hope that fans of the ‘Celastics Warriors’ series will embrace it as a celebration of the sports world.”
He added that the company has “no plans” to produce any additional shows for ESPN.
ESPN said in a statement that the show will continue as a free online series.
The decision was met by a backlash on social media.
Several sports fans tweeted out their disappointment and dismay at the decision.
“Why is SEMA pulling the show?” wrote @travis_lindsay.
“Cellsius Sport has done a lot to help raise awareness of race in sports, but this isn’t what they wanted.
ESPN is the only reason for this cancellation.”
Another user wrote, “Why did SEMA pull ‘Celsians’ if they wanted the show to be as good as it could possibly be?
SEMA has been great to support, but why the change now?
Why cancel this series?”
Cellsious Sport Equipment’s website lists a number of events for fans to attend during the summer and fall seasons.
For the most part, fans have had good luck with their purchase.SMEA is a trade association for manufacturers of sports equipment and sports equipment suppliers.
SEMA represents the interests of sport equipment manufacturers, retailers, and distributors of equipment and equipment.
Smea has a long history of supporting industry standards, including a policy that prohibits racial discrimination and a pledge to create an environment where consumers feel safe to purchase and use equipment and apparel that is made in the United States.