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Who is Wendi Nix?
Wendy Nix is an American sports commentator, television reporter, and broadcaster, who is probably most recognized for currently serving as the host of one of ESPN’s top-rated broadcasts, the studio show devoted entirely to the National Football League (NFL), entitled “NFL To live”.
Early life and education
Wendi Nix was born under the constellation Virgo on the 17e September 1974, in Murrells Inlet, South Carolina USA, and is of American nationality and white ethnicity.
While attending Socastee High School, graduating in 1992, she was a member of the track and field team and a cheerleader. She later transferred to Cranford, New Jersey, where she continued her education at Union County College, after which she enrolled at Wofford College in Spartanburg, South Carolina, where she graduated in 1996 and received her bachelor’s degree, majoring in economics and French language . she was also the captain of the golf team. The latest highlight of her educational background is the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, where she received a master’s degree in sports management in 1997.
Wendi started her professional career in 1999 when she joined the ABC-affiliated TV station WPDE-TV in Florence, South Carolina, for which she served as a reporter covering not only news but also high school sports and NASCAR racing. After honing her skills there over the course of the next two years, she moved to Watertown, Massachusetts in 2001 and joined the New England Sports Network, popularly known as NESN, becoming its general reporter.
Between 2002 and 2003, Wendy served as an anchor and as a reporter for FOXSports New England, before being appointed FOXSports national sports reporter. In 2003, she joined Boston CBS-affiliated TV station WHDH, where she worked as a sports anchor for the next three years.
In August 2006, Nix joined ESPN and was named as the reporter responsible for covering college football and hosting the “College Football Live” broadcast.
Also an experienced golfer, between 2007 and 2010 Wendy regularly reported from the US Open, The Open Championship and The Masters golf tournaments. She established herself as a prominent reporter and also contributed to other ESPN programs such as “College GameDay” and “SportsCenter”. As a member of the “Monday Night Football” team, in 2009 Nix served as host of his “Chalk Talk” segments. Later that year she became the first wife once to be named as the Master of Ceremony for the Walter Camp Football Foundation All-American Awards event.
Besides Chris Berman, between 2014 and 2016, Wendy Nix served as co-host of the “Sunday NFL Countdown” program, after which she was appointed co-host of ESPN’s premier professional football studio show – “NFL Life” – while serving as the primary host since January 2018. Throughout the playing season, she can often be seen reporting on various NFL events such as the Draft, Scouting Combine, and the SuperBowl.
Apart from the above, Nix occasionally appears as a guest analyst on the WHDH’s weekend show “Sports Extra”.
Despite her popularity and regular on-screen appearances, there aren’t that many details about Wendi’s private life. However, what is known is that she was previously married to her college sweetheart, an American baseball executive, Ben Cherington, known as the general manager of the Boston Red Sox, the Toronto Blue Jays and most recently the Pittsburgh Pirates. Prior to their divorce in 2010, the couple welcomed two daughters. The reasons behind their split have never been made public.
In January 2015, Nix was born rumours who claimed she is currently married to Chicago Research and Trading founder and head of Fox River Partners Joseph “Joe” Ritchie, after wishing him a happy birthday on her Twitter account. although she has used the word “husband” several times in her tweets in 2016 and 2017, as these rumors have never been officially confirmed and since she has never revealed the identity of her chosen one, the whole “matter” is still wrapped in mystery.
The 46-year-oldbeauty from ESPNWendi Nix has a toned body with a true hourglass-shaped silhouette, is 1.78 m tall and weighs about 63 kg, with her vital statistics of 35-24-35.
Wendy has dark blond hair and blue colored eyes.
When it comes to Wendi’s total net worth, sources estimate that by mid-2020 her net worth will revolve around an enviable amount $2 million, with an estimated annual salary of nearly $80,000. It is all acquired through her career as an on-screen reporter, which currently spans more than 20 years and has been active since 1999.
|First and last name||Wendy Nix|
|Profession||Television presenter, sports reporter|
|Education||Wofford College, Socastee High School, Union County College, University of Massachusetts Amherst|
|TV shows||Monday Night Football, Sunday Night Baseball, College Football Live, College Football Scoreboard|
|NFL Insiders||2017||TV serials||herself|
|Baseball on Sunday night||2011||TV serials||Himself – Field Reporter|