SnookerFan wrote:Yes, because it's a well known fact that you only have to play one match in order to become World Champion.
Good job that Ebdon didn't have to win, say, four multi-session matches on his way to the final. No, he fluked a World Title because the one opponent he played took him lightly.
That's why you never saw Ebdon win any other tournaments, the flukester.
lol no one cares Ebdon fanboy, literally no one on social media cares, the moment WST declared on Twitter that Ebdon was retiring there was an influx of jokes aimed at him cuz of his slow play
no one cares he's a WC, no one lmao his slow and boring play diminishes all of his achievements and the public never lie if he was loved he would've received adoration but he didn't
actually it's a good thing we have villains in snooker like Ebdon and Selby, always 2 sides of the coin that people needed to root against