Ciro Procuna Biography
Ciro Procuna is a sports announcer and journalist from Latin America. He works as a sportscaster for ESPN Deportes, ESPN’s Spanish-language channel in the United States. Further, he is a Futbol Picante, NFL Semanal, NFL PrimeTime, and ESPN Radio Formula anchor and analyst.
He has also worked as a co-host on ESPN’s SportsCenter in Spanish. Before he worked as a sportscaster and manager at Grupo Acir from 1994 to December 2001. He was in charge of the morning news show “Panorama Informativo’s” sports segment. He began his career as a sports anchor at ABC Radio / Stereo Cien.
Ciro Procuna Age
Ciro Procuna was born in Mexico on June 27, 1973. He is 50 years old.
Ciro Procuna Height
Ciro stands at a height of 5 feet 7 inches/1.70 m tall.
Ciro Procuna Family
Ciro was born and raised by his parents in Mexico. However, he has not publicized any information regarding his parents and siblings.
Ciro Procuna Wife
Procuna enjoys his life and career. However, he keeps his marital status a secret. As a result, it is not known whether he is married or single to the general public.
Ciro Procuna Education
After completing his high school education, Ciro enrolled at Johan Cruyff University in 2005, where he earned a Maestra Internacional en Negocios y Administración en el Futbol. He later earned a Marketing degree from ITESM CCM.
Ciro Procuna Salary
Procuna receives an annual salary of $75,452.
Ciro Procuna Net Worth
Procuna’s accumulated net worth is $1 million.
Ciro Procuna Career
In 2004, Procuna joined ESPN as the host of SportsCenter in the United States and Latin America. Since joining, his responsibilities have grown to include co-hosting Futbol Picante and playing play-by-play for Mexico’s first-division games. He is also a member of the NFL Semanal and NFL PrimeTime expert teams and covers a variety of sports as a reporter.
He has also covered every World Cup since France 1998 and every Super Bowl since Super Bowl XXVI. In 2002, he called 17 games for DirecTV Latin America during the Korea-Japan World Cup, including the final. He called football and soccer games for Radio Acir from 1994 to 2001.
Also, he hosted various sports news segments and worked at TDW as the station manager. In 1991, he was only 17 years old when he began his career as a sports commentator on ABC Radio. Three years later, he joined TV Azteca’s sports team, where he covered the 1996 Atlanta Olympic Games, Nagano 1998, and Sydney 2000.