Rob Stone Fox Sports, Bio, Wiki, Age, Wife, Salary, and Net Worth

Rob Stone Bio, Wiki

Rob Stone is a well-known American sportscaster. As of now, Rob works as a sports commentator for Fox Sports, reporting several sports such as Major League Soccer (MLS), NCAA and NFL football, as well as the Professional Bowlers Association (PBA). Before, Rob covered sports for ESPN. As a WWE fan, Rob briefly won the WWE 24/7 Championship during a Fox promotional event and was the first non-WWE Superstar to win the championship.

Rob Stone Age

Rob was born in Simsbury, Connecticut, in the United States. He is around 56 years old.

Rob Stone Height

He is a man of above-average stature. Rob stands at a height of 5 ft 9 in ( Approx1.72 m).

Rob Stone Family

He was born and brought up in Simsbury, Connecticut, in the United States to his caring and loving parents. As of now, Rob has not disclosed any information concerning either his parents or if he has siblings.

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Rob Stone Wife

Rob is happily married to his wife Lynn Carson a Tampa Bay news reporter. She is also an Ohio University graduate. The pair married on September 11, 1999. Before, his wife Lynn worked as a news reporter and anchor at NBC Connecticut. Rob and his wife Lynn have four children.

Rob Stone Education

He graduated earning a Bachelor of Arts in English from Colgate Campus in 1991. Rob was a four-year letterman on the Raiders men’s soccer team who finished his collegiate career as the university’s all-time assist leader with 15 (currently tied for second). During his senior year, Rob was co-captain, the Raiders’ Most Valuable Player and First Team All-Patriot League in the conference’s inaugural season.

Rob Stone Fox Sports | Sportscaster

He left ESPN in January 2012, to take the position of lead studio host for Fox soccer broadcasts. Rob went on to host all soccer programs and events for Fox Sports Media Group (FSMG) stations, which include Fox Sports and FX. Later on, Rob became studio host for Fox college football and basketball broadcasts, and as a substitute host for Fox’s coverage of Major League Baseball.

The PBA reported in August 2018, that Rob would return to covering professional bowling events when TV coverage moved from ESPN to Fox Sports for the 2019 season.

He briefly on August 23, 2019, became the WWE 24/7 Champion, pinning R-Truth on the set of the Fox College Football pregame show, only to lose it to Elias seconds later.1 Rob was the first non-WWE performer to win a title.

Rob’s colleagues at Fox Sports include:

Joe Goossen – analyst

Charissa Thompson – sportscaster and host

Kristine Leahy– sports reporter

Katie Engleson -sports reporter

Jenny Taft -sports moderator

Lyndsay Rowley -reporter

Brady Quinn -analyst

Abby Labar -reporter

AJ Pierzynski -analyst

Rob Stone Espn

He was initially hired on at ESPN in 1992 as a production assistant, serving on SportsCenter and other shows. Rob came back to ESPN in the summer of 1997. He served on select ESPN College Football and college basketball telecasts. He also served on ESPN’s Major League Soccer coverage and MLS Primetime Thursday and their coverage of the 2006 FIFA World Cup. Rob was also one of the commentators for the 2006 World Series of Darts.

Rob became a regular contributor to big horse racing events in 2007. He reported the Kentucky Derby, the Preakness, the Belmont Stakes, the Irish Derby, the Breeders Cup as well as other key horse racing events. Rob left the telecasts following the Breeders Cup. Rob appeared as a guest host on June 30, 2008, on ESPN’s Around the Horn. Rob substituted for Tony Reali as the host of the show while Reali was getting married. He was also one of the network’s main college football sideline reporters. He left ESPN in January 2012.

Rob Stone Salary

He is a FOX Sports correspondent. Therefore, Rob earns his salary as a sports commentator for Fox Sports, reporting several sports such as Major League Soccer (MLS), NCAA and NFL football, as well as the Professional Bowlers Association (PBA). Rob’s average Salary is $76,261 per year.

Rob Stone Net Worth

Rob earns his income as a sports commentator for Fox Sports, reporting several sports such as Major League Soccer (MLS), NCAA and NFL football, as well as the Professional Bowlers Association (PBA). Therefore, Rob has accumulated a decent fortune over the years he has worked. Rob’s estimated net worth is $797,201

Who Is Rob Stone

Rob works as a sports commentator for Fox Sports, reporting several sports such as Major League Soccer (MLS), NCAA and NFL football, as well as the Professional Bowlers Association (PBA). Before, Rob covered sports for ESPN. As a WWE fan, Rob briefly won the WWE 24/7 Championship during a Fox promotional event and was the first non-WWE Superstar to win the championship.

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