Rich DavisA former player turned married guy, Rich feeds his ADD with gambling, going to the gym, rooting for the NY Mets and watching crappy shows like The Bachelor.
Steve CovinoCovino is the Mexican Fonz. That is all. For more info, check out www.covinoandrich.com
Jordan Breen is the Administrative Editor of Sherdog.com after starting with the company in June 2006. He has always been fascinated by people fighting one another, especially when there are prizes involved. Born in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada and now based in Toronto, he is fairly sweaty, but generally an OK person.
Greg Savage is the Executive Editor of Sherdog.com. After a couple years of making fun of his longtime friend and Sherdog.com founder, Jeff Sherwood, Greg finally signed on in 1998 and has spent the better part of the last 15 years watching people beat each other up in various locales around the globe. He hails from Huntington Beach, Calif., where he heads up the Global Authority on Mixed Martial Arts.
Cofield started covering the UFC back at UFC 43 with live radio shows in Las Vegas and around the country. He's hosted SiriusXM and local Las Vegas shows from the site of 89 UFC events. He's also a fill-in with SiriusXM's Mad Dog SportsRadio Ch. 85. In addition to his radio duties, Cofield also served as the editor for Yahoo! Sports' Cagewriter blog from 2008-2011. In Las Vegas, he's the host of Cofield & Co., a 3-6p afternoon drive show on ESPN1100. His radio career began back in 1996 with Sportsfan Radio Network, a nationally syndicated Las Vegas-based network. He followed that up with a stint as the Sports Director at WBT in Charlotte covering the NFL's Carolina Panthers.
RJ Clifford has two loves: cauliflower ears and fighting. He can be heard hosting the SiriusXM Fight Club, color commentating SoCal fight promotions or pretty much anywhere he can force his opinions on others. He turned professional as a fighter in 2006 competing for organizations, including RFA and Strikeforce. He served as Editor-in-Chief for TapouT Magazine and hosted MMA Worldwide Live for 710ESPN in Los Angeles. He's contributed to Fight! Magazine, UFC Magazine and Sherdog.com among others. He does everything he can to make sure he's surrounded by violence 24/7.
Ricky "Bones" Bonnet has been a fixture on SiriusXM Satellite Radio for the past decade and currently is the last remaining member of the original Fight Club lineup. Beginning as a producer, "Bones" helped build the The SiriusXM Fight Club from a humble, once a week show, to a cornerstone of SiriusXM's stacked Combat Sports line-up. Alongside his work on the air, Ricky has served as a Producer of Sports Imaging and Programs with a lot of his work being featured all across the SiriusXM Sports platform on channels such as NFL Radio, Mad Dog Radio, NASCAR Radio and all of the Combat Sports programming on SiriusXM to name a few. His work in MMA extends outside of SiriusXM where his writing has been featured in TapouT and MMA Worldwide Magazines.
Luke Thomas is a leading voice and analyst in the sport of Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) whose work routinely crosses media platforms. He currently works as Senior Editor at MMA Fighting where he guides coverage, hosts two popular podcasts, and writes original features for the fastest-growing provider of digital sports content, SB Nation. Thomas is also the co-host of the SiriusXM Fight Club on SirusXM satellite radio. He previously co-hosted 'MMA Uncensored Live' on Spike TV and currently serves as the ringside reporter for GLORY kickboxing bouts also on Spike TV and CBS Sports Net. He is a graduate of The College of William & Mary and achieved the rank of Sergeant in the United States Marine Corps Reserve
Teddy is a trainer of numerous world champions, including Michael Moorer, Alexander Povetkin and Shannon Briggs, as well as longtime TV boxing commentator for ESPN Friday Night Fights and NBC Sports Olympic Boxing since 2000. Teddy has been honored by the Boxing Writers Association of America; he received the John F.S. Condon Award for Trainer of the Year in 1994 and the Sam Taub Award for Excellence in Broadcast Journalism in 2001. As a motivational speaker, he has worked with several NFL teams. In 2006, he authored the autobiography Atlas: From The Streets to the Ring: A Son’s Struggle to Become a Man and co-authored with Bert Sugar The Ultimate Book of Boxing Lists in 2010. In 1997, in memory of his father, Teddy established the Dr. Theodore A. Atlas Foundation, a not-for-profit organization that comes to the assistance of people in need.
Host Nabaté Isles started his career (and still is) hosting a weekly sports television program called 'So Much to Talk About' on MNN. He has interviewed numerous sports luminaries like James Brown, Jerry Rice, Julius ‘Dr. J’ Erving, and Floyd Mayweather, Jr., to name a few. He has covered a plethora of sporting events involving the NFL, NBA, MLB, NCAA Basketball, and of course, world boxing championship prizefights. As a sports trivia expert, he is the only person to Stump The Schwab on ESPN and be recently crowned Sports Jeopardy champion (Season 1, Episode #8), on Crackle.com. Nabaté is also a producer for SiriusXM’s NBA Radio channel.
Wallace Matthews has covered professional boxing since 1983 for Newsday, the New York Post, NBC television, Showtime, ESPN, Versus, and numerous magazines. His first major title fight was Hagler-Hearns in 1985, and he chronicled the careers of Mike Tyson, Sugar Ray Leonard, Evander Holyfield, Oscar De la Hoya and Floyd Mayweather, among others, throughout the 1980s and 1990s. He was also the color commentator for NBC's coverage of Olympic boxing at Seoul (1988) and Barcelona (1992). A former president of the Boxing Writers Association of America, Matthews is also a recipient of the Nat Fleischer Award for Excellence in Boxing Journalism. He currently covers the New York Yankees for ESPN.
“Gorgeous” George Garcia
Gorgeous George hails from the mean streets of South Coast Metro in Santa Ana, California. An athlete all his life, he fell in love with Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) before it was even called MMA, but rather "human cockfighting.” George was a loyal listener/caller of the popular MMA podcast, “Sound Off,” co-hosted by professional MMA fighter Frank Trigg. Host Ryan Bennett passed away tragically and George, along with his brother/co-host Goze, teamed up with Trigg to attempt to fill the void that the legendary Bennett had left behind. When not watching MMA, George loves to gamble, travel, pretend he’s still a playboy and walk his Jack Russell Terrier, Max. Yes, he knows, by no means is he "a catch."
Brian “Goze” Garcia
Brian “Goze” Garcia grew up in Santa Ana California and lived there the majority of his life. It was during High School that he discovered his love for MMA. After High School, he went to school to become a dentist and quickly learned he wanted nothing to do with that field. He helped start Tagg Radio with his brother "Gorgeous" George Garcia and professional fighter Frank Trigg. Tagg Radio was on the air for three years before it became MMAjunkie Radio.
As a world-class heavyweight, George Cooney advanced to number-one contender. In 1982, he challenged Larry Holmes in one of the most anticipated title fights in history. As a businessman, Cooney has promoted championship boxing shows, owned share of several minor league baseball teams, and founded F.I.S.T. (the Fighters’ Initiative for Support and Training), a non-profit organization which helped boxers make the transition from the ring to the real world by providing job readiness, training, and career assistance. Today, Gerry lends his support to various charities and is often sought out to tell his story. He is a vocal advocate speaking out against drug and alcohol abuse and domestic violence. He co-hosts shows called “Monday Night at the Fights” and “Friday Night at the Fights” on SiriusXM.
Randy Gordon served as Editor-in-Chief of The Ring Magazine and Boxing Illustrated. He was also the Associate Editor of Big Book of Boxing, World Boxing Magazine and International Boxing Magazine prior to joining publisher Bert Sugar at The Ring. From 1988-1995, Gordon served as Chairman of the New York State Athletic Commission, a position he was appointed to by then-New York State Gov. Mario M. Cuomo.He currently serves as a boxing show host—along with former heavyweight contender “Gentleman” Gerry Cooney on “At the Fights,” heard every Monday and Friday on SiriusXM.
Luis J Gomez
Luis J. Gomez is a stand-up comedian, actor, and radio personality based out of New York City. He’s been featured on NBC’s “Last Comic Standing”, AXS TV’s “Gotham Comedy Live”, and MTV2′s “Guy Code”. Luis also hosts the wildly popular Legion of Skanks Podcast with his best friends and fellow comedians Big Jay Oakerson and Dave Smith.
When Doug Mortman isn’t overseeing operations for SiriusXM Sports, he’s eating, breathing and sleeping pro wrestling. The team of Mortman and LaGreca have turned Busted Open into a multi-time award winning brand known for some of the best opinions and interviews in the business. Now in his 7th year as host, Mortman lives for each and every show to talk with one of the most passionate group of fans around, the Busted Open Nation.