Facts of Jon Anik
|Full Name||Jon Anik|
|Birth Name||Jon Anik|
|No Of Children||3|
|Education||The Rivers School and Gettysburg College|
|Date of Birth||July 3,1978|
How Much Is The Net Worth Of Jon Anik?
Jon Anik is an American MMA commentator who is most known as the former anchor of ESPN. Currently, he is working for the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC). Besides this, he also contributed his skills to other channels and Radio as well.
As of 2020, he is worth $2 million.
Earnings, Income Sources And Career In Brief
Just after the graduation, Jon Anik started anchoring for George Sports Machine at American University. Later on, he did an intern at The MetroWest Daily News in Framingham, Mass,, in the sports category.
His career got huge recognition after he joined ESPN in 2006. He worked as a Sportscenter anchor, where he hosted MMA Live on ESPN2. Some of his live anchoring events for ESPN are UFC 91, UFC 94, UFC 98, UFC 101, UFC 113 and UFC 126. He worked on the channel for six years,
Following his departure from ESPN, he started working for Fox Sports for the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) in 2011.
The man has made a number of TV and radio appearances as well. He has been a part of the shows, SportsNation, The Scott Van Pelt Show, The Herd with Colin Cowherd, and The Doug Gottlieb Show.
Some of his other appearances include ESPN Radio 1100 in Las Vegas, ProMMA Radio, MMAjunkie Radio, MMA Weekly Radio, The MMA Hour, and the Sherdog Radio Network.
In April 2015, Anik got together with the former UFC Commentator, Kenny Florian, to start their podcast, The Anik-Florian Podcast. The duo discussed MMA, Sports, and Popular Culture on the podcast.
What Is The Relationship Status Of Jon Anik?
The 41 years old, Anik is in a marital relationship with Chrissy Anik, who is a maths teacher. The couple took the wedding vows in July 2010 after several years of dating.
Together the couple shares three kids: two daughters, Tatum and Riley and son Hunter Anik.
The UFC commentator inked number '209' (area code of Stockton, California) in his left hand on March 11, 2016, after he lost the bet against broadcast partner Kenny Florian. He kept his promise by doting the number after Conor McGregor lost the match against Nate Diaz.
Grew Up With Identical Twin
Jon Anik was born on July 3, 1978, in Boston, Massachusetts, USA. He has a twin brother named Jason-and also has two other siblings: a brother and sister.
Talking about his education, he completed his schooling from The Rivers School. Later on, he joined Gettysburg College from where he graduated with a degree in political journalism.