Rob Stone Biography
Rob Stone is a well-known sportscaster in the United States. He currently works as a sports commentator for Fox Sports, covering a variety of sports including Major League Soccer (MLS), NCAA and NFL football, and the Professional Bowlers Association (PBA). Previously he worked for ESPN as a sports reporter. As a WWE fan, he temporarily held the WWE 24/7 Championship during a Fox promotional event, becoming the first non-WWE Superstar to do so.
Rob Stone Age
Rob Stone was born in Simsbury, Connecticut, in the United States. However, his exact age will be updated soon.
Rob Stone Height
Rob stands at a height of 5 ft 9 in/1.72 m tall.
Rob Stone Family
Rob’s caring and loving parents raised him in Simsbury, Connecticut, in the United States. As of now, he has not revealed any information about his parents or whether he has siblings.
Rob Stone Wife
Rob is happily married to Lynn Carson, a news reporter in Tampa Bay. She also attended Ohio University. On September 11, 1999, the couple tied the knot. His wife Lynn previously worked as a news reporter and anchor at NBC Connecticut. Rob and his wife Lynn are the parents of four children.
Rob Stone Education
In 1991, Rob earned a Bachelor of Arts in English from Colgate Campus. He was a four-year letterman on the Raiders men’s soccer team who graduated as the university’s all-time assist leader with 15 assists (currently tied for second). In the inaugural Patriot League season, Rob was co-captain, the Raiders’ Most Valuable Player, and First Team All-Patriot League.
Rob Stone Salary
Rob annually earns a salary of $76,261.
Rob Stone Net Worth
Rob’s estimated net worth is $1 million.
Rob Stone Career
In January 2012, Rob left ESPN to become the principal studio host for Fox soccer broadcasts. Rob went on to host all Fox Sports Media Group (FSMG) soccer programs and events, including Fox Sports and FX. Later, Rob worked as a studio host for Fox college football and basketball broadcasts, as well as a replacement host for Fox’s MLB coverage.
In August 2018, the PBA announced that Rob would return to reporting professional bowling tournaments when TV coverage switched from ESPN to Fox Sports for the 2019 season.
On August 23, 2019, he briefly became the WWE 24/7 Champion, pinning R-Truth on the set of the Fox College Football pregame show, only to lose it seconds later to Elias. 1 Rob was the first non-WWE wrestler to win a championship.
He began working for ESPN in 1992 as a production assistant, working on SportsCenter and other shows. Rob returned to ESPN in the summer of 1997. He appeared on select ESPN College Football and Basketball broadcasts. He also worked on ESPN’s Major League Soccer and MLS Primetime Thursday programming, as well as their coverage of the 2006 FIFA World Cup. Rob also served as a commentator during the 2006 World Series of Darts.
In 2007, he began contributing to major horse racing events on a regular basis. He covered the Kentucky Derby, Preakness Stakes, Belmont Stakes, Irish Derby, Breeders Cup, and other major horse racing events. Following the Breeders Cup, he exited the telecasts. On June 30, 2008, he served as a guest host on ESPN’s Around the Horn. While Tony Reali was getting married, he took over as the show’s host. He was also a regular college football sideline reporter for the network. In January of 2012, he left ESPN.
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