The debate can finally end. Walter Ray Williams Jr.
(pictured left) officially has more professional bowling titles than anyone in the history of the sport. Williams captured his 44th career Denny's Professional Bowlers Association (PBA) Tour title, dominating Chris Loschetter
, 276-204, to win the 2007 Great Lakes Classic at Spectrum Lanes for his second title of the season. Williams earned $25,000 for his win. Loschetter (Avon, Ohio) earned $13,000 for second while Bohn (Jackson, N.J.) and Scroggins (Amarillo, Texas) took home $6,000 each for third and fourth, respectively.