Jeremy Borash Biography
Jeremy Borash is an American professional wrestling play-by-play commentator, announcer, ring announcer, booker, interviewer, and producer who is currently signed to WWE. He is known for his work in Impact Wrestling as a multifaceted staff member since the company’s inception in 2002 until his departure in 2018. In March 2017, he was appointed as the lead play by play commentator for Impact Wrestling after being mentored by Mike Tenay for many years.
Jeremy Borash Age
Jeremy Borash was born just outside Minneapolis on July 19, 1974. He is currently 45 years old as of 2019.
Jeremy Borash Height|Weight
Borash has an average height. He stands at an estimated height 1.78 meters and weighs 82 kg as of 2019.
Jeremy Borash Education
Jeremy graduating from Brown Institute for Broadcasting in Minneapolis.Jeremy Borash Photo
Jeremy Borash Wife
Borash has been in a relationship with Diana DeGarmo from 2008 to 2010. According to our records, Jeremy Borash is possibly single.
Jeremy Borash Career
Borash started a career in broadcasting at the age of 15, hosting both a nightly radio talk show and live television show in the Twin Cities. Borash’s radio show on KSMM in Minneapolis, and television show Jeremy Borash Live! won several Minnesota broadcasting awards, as well as leading to on-air positions at KSTP and KDWB in the Twin Cities.
After graduating from Brown Institute for Broadcasting in Minneapolis, Borash took a position at the age of 19 as a program director/morning show host at KOOL 92 FM in Fort Dodge, Iowa. His popular Borash in the Morning show featured a wide variety of entertainment, including such acts as actually hypnotizing local politicians on the air, skydiving from 13,000 feet over Fort Dodge, and his popular breakfast drive through, where Borash would personally deliver free breakfast to his listeners cars as they drove by.
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While working weekdays on the Koscielak show in Minneapolis, Borash started a weekly Saturday morning wrestling show at the very station he started with at the age of 15. Through the show, Borash met internet wrestling executive Bob Ryder, who quickly pitched the show concept to Eric Bischoff of Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling.
WCW Live went on to become the most listened to streaming audio program in the world, often reaching fifty thousand live audio streams nightly in an era of this new technology. While doing the nightly two hour internet show for WCW, Borash continued his stint on the Ruth Koscielak Show until August 1999, when he left Minneapolis to work full-time in the offices of WCW in Atlanta, where he went on to become one of the head writers for WCW Monday Nitro on TNT, as well as WCW Thunder on TBS
Later that year, Borash premiered for the first time on WCW TV, co-hosting the year end special for WCW on TBS. Borash went on to make several appearances on WCW television as a play-by-play announcer for Nitro and Thunder. His role eventually led to an on-air character as Vince Russo’s stooge, including a memorable episode where Borash was attacked by Goldberg while driving Russo in his own pope-mobile vehicle at the Cow Palace in San Francisco.
In March 2002, Borash returned to the United States to join Jeff Jarrett in launching TNA Wrestling in Nashville, Tennessee. As the second employee the company hired, Borash worked in several positions for the organization including ring announcer, video editor, and show writer.
In January 2006, Borash became the backstage interviewer for TNA’s Impact! on Spike TV, a position he dreamed of as a child, watching his idol Gene Okerlund in the American Wrestling Association (AWA) growing up in Minneapolis.
In early 2008, Borash announced that Samoa Joe was voted the MVP of TNA. Joe then attacked Borash, thus (kayfabe) injuring him, which resulted in Borash wearing a neck brace on television. Borash has gone on to become the host of Internet-based TNA Spin Cycle which aired on TNA’s YouTube channel. On January 17, 2010, at Genesis new executive producer Eric Bischoff took Borash off television.
In April 2015, Borash began conducting backstage interview at the One Night Only pay-per-view events along with Christy Hemme and some Impact tapings. In addition to this, Borash was still the lead commentator for Xplosion until Josh Mathews took over. Beginning at Bound for Glory 2015, he went on hiatus until returned to interviewing on January 5, 2016. Also in 2016, Borash returned to Xplosion alongside Mathews and took over ring announcer position full-time while Hemme went on hiatus. On March 21, 2016, Borash returned to Impact Wrestling commentary for the night after Lashley attacked color commentator The Pope.
In March 2017, after being mentored by Mike Tenay for many years, Borash was appointed as the lead play-by-play announcer for Impact Wrestling by executive producer Jeff Jarrett. He was involved in a feud with fellow announcer, Josh Mathews, which culminated at Slammiversary with a tag team match featuring Borash and Abyss against Mathews and Scott Steiner. On January 30, 2018, PWInsider reported that Borash had officially left Impact Wrestling.
On January 30, 2018, PWInsider reported Borash had officially signed with WWE, where he works as part of their NXT brand.
Jeremy Borash Net Worth
Jeremy income vary widely depending on league, experience, and promotional ability. According to the league, the common professional wrestler gets nearly $500,000 a year. But some earn $1 million or more. Meanwhile, non-professional local wrestlers earn around $1000 or less per match. Borash net worth is under review, will be updated soon.
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